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Grenzen in der Kunst

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The art of dissolving boundaries Toyen, Jetelovà, Kintera: Three generations in dialogue A culture of memory

Grenzen in der Kunst Tschechische Kunst in drei Generationen (Borders in Art Czech Art in Three Generations) explores the art of three Czech artists* whose works were created around the World War II era and before and after the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989. The section titled "Around 1945" deals with Toyen's poetic paintings and drawings, which oscillate between surrealism and abstraction. The monumental works of the sculptor and installation artist Magdalena Jetelová, who emigrated from Czechoslovakia in 1985, still revolve around the theme of borders. And finally, Kritof Kintera represents the generation currently expressing its views on today's political situation in the Czech Republic, while remaining closely linked to the cultural tradition of its country. In his installations he subtly and elegantly takes up the themes of resistance and home. This (book) project was developed in the context of the interdisciplinary research group Borders in National and Transnational Cultures of Memory between the Czech Republic and Bavaria, and is supported by the Universities of Regensburg and Passau, Charles University Prague, UJEP Ústí n. L. (Jan Evangelista Purkyn University in Ústí nad Labem) and the Adalbert Stifter Association.

Erinnerungskultur

Autorentext
MARIE CERMÍNOVÁ/TOYEN (1902-1980) was a Czech surrealist painter, draftswoman, graphic artist, and poet.


MAGDALENA JETELOVÁ (*1946 Semily) is a Czech sculptor and photographer who lives and works mainly in Germany.


KRITOF KINTERA belongs to the youngest generation. He works as an artist and sculptor.

Klappentext

Grenzen in der Kunst - Tschechische Kunst in drei Generationen (Borders in Art - Czech Art in Three Generations) explores the art of three Czech artists* whose works were created around the World War II era and before and after the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989. The section titled "Around 1945" deals with Toyen's poetic paintings and drawings, which oscillate between surrealism and abstraction. The monumental works of the sculptor and installation artist Magdalena Jetelová, who emigrated from Czechoslovakia in 1985, still revolve around the theme of borders. And finally, KriStof Kintera represents the generation currently expressing its views on today's political situation in the Czech Republic, while remaining closely linked to the cultural tradition of its country. In his installations he subtly and elegantly takes up the themes of resistance and home. This (book) project was developed in the context of the interdisciplinary research group Borders in National and Transnational Cultures of Memory between the Czech Republic and Bavaria, and is supported by the Universities of Regensburg and Passau, Charles University Prague, UJEP Ústí n. L. (Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Ústí nad Labem) and the Adalbert Stifter Association. MARIE CERMÍNOVÁ/TOYEN (1902-1980) was a Czech surrealist painter, draftswoman, graphic artist, and poet. MAGDALENA JETELOVÁ (*1946 Semily) is a Czech sculptor and photographer who lives and works mainly in Germany. KRIsTOF KINTERA belongs to the youngest generation. He works as an artist and sculptor.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Grenzen in der Kunst
Untertitel: Tschechische Kunst in drei Generationen
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EAN: 9783775748261
ISBN: 978-3-7757-4826-1
Format: Paperback
Hersteller: Hatje Cantz Verlag
Herausgeber: Thames and Hudson
Genre: Kunst & Literatur
Anzahl Seiten: 128
Gewicht: 680g
Größe: H280mm x B230mm
Veröffentlichung: 01.12.2020
Jahr: 2020

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