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Title Totalitarian art and modernity / edited by Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen & Jacob Wamberg.
Publication Info Aarhus : Aarhus University Press, c2010.


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Descript 359 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents Genealogies. Redemption in totality : cultural utopias of late romanticism and crossroads of art and politics : Wagner, Behrens, Fidus, Hitler / Anders V. Munch ; Wounded working heroes : seeing Millet and van Gogh through the cleft lens of Totalitarianism (adding reflections from Kiefer and Baselitz) / Jacob Wamberg -- Reception. Approaching totalitarianism and totalitarian art / Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen ; The turn to culture in fascist historical studies / Marla Stone ; What ever happened to Ernst Barlach : East German political monuments and the art of resistance / Kristine Nielsen -- Totalitarian society visualised. Veiled modernity in National Socialist museum practices / Sandra Esslinger ; The art of collectivisation : the 1939 All-Union Agricultural Exhibition / K. Andrea Rusnock ; Totalitarian model or fascist exception : the political economy of Hitler's state architecture / Paul Jaskot -- Totalitarian and/or modernist art?. Modern Soviet art meets America, 1935 / Christina Kiaer ; Legacy, heritage, or history : a study of artistic agency in the art scene of the GDR, 1949-1989 and beyond / Jørn Guldberg ; Aesthetic solipsism : the artist and politics in Max Beckmann 1927-1938 / Olaf Peters.
ISBN 9788779345607 (pbk.)
8779345603 (pbk.)
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Series Acta Jutlandica. Humanities series ; 2010/9
Acta Jutlandica. Humanities series ; 2010/9.
Subject Totalitarianism and art.
Fascism and art.
Art appreciation -- Europe.
Art, European -- 20th century.
Alt author Rasmussen, Mikkel Bolt, 1973-
Wamberg, Jacob.
Descript 359 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents Genealogies. Redemption in totality : cultural utopias of late romanticism and crossroads of art and politics : Wagner, Behrens, Fidus, Hitler / Anders V. Munch ; Wounded working heroes : seeing Millet and van Gogh through the cleft lens of Totalitarianism (adding reflections from Kiefer and Baselitz) / Jacob Wamberg -- Reception. Approaching totalitarianism and totalitarian art / Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen ; The turn to culture in fascist historical studies / Marla Stone ; What ever happened to Ernst Barlach : East German political monuments and the art of resistance / Kristine Nielsen -- Totalitarian society visualised. Veiled modernity in National Socialist museum practices / Sandra Esslinger ; The art of collectivisation : the 1939 All-Union Agricultural Exhibition / K. Andrea Rusnock ; Totalitarian model or fascist exception : the political economy of Hitler's state architecture / Paul Jaskot -- Totalitarian and/or modernist art?. Modern Soviet art meets America, 1935 / Christina Kiaer ; Legacy, heritage, or history : a study of artistic agency in the art scene of the GDR, 1949-1989 and beyond / Jørn Guldberg ; Aesthetic solipsism : the artist and politics in Max Beckmann 1927-1938 / Olaf Peters.
ISBN 9788779345607 (pbk.)
8779345603 (pbk.)
Series Acta Jutlandica. Humanities series ; 2010/9
Acta Jutlandica. Humanities series ; 2010/9.
Subject Totalitarianism and art.
Fascism and art.
Art appreciation -- Europe.
Art, European -- 20th century.
Alt author Rasmussen, Mikkel Bolt, 1973-
Wamberg, Jacob.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL 7th Floor  N 72 T67 T7  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL 7th Floor  N 72 T67 T7  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Totalitarianism and art.
Fascism and art.
Art appreciation -- Europe.
Art, European -- 20th century.
Descript 359 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents Genealogies. Redemption in totality : cultural utopias of late romanticism and crossroads of art and politics : Wagner, Behrens, Fidus, Hitler / Anders V. Munch ; Wounded working heroes : seeing Millet and van Gogh through the cleft lens of Totalitarianism (adding reflections from Kiefer and Baselitz) / Jacob Wamberg -- Reception. Approaching totalitarianism and totalitarian art / Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen ; The turn to culture in fascist historical studies / Marla Stone ; What ever happened to Ernst Barlach : East German political monuments and the art of resistance / Kristine Nielsen -- Totalitarian society visualised. Veiled modernity in National Socialist museum practices / Sandra Esslinger ; The art of collectivisation : the 1939 All-Union Agricultural Exhibition / K. Andrea Rusnock ; Totalitarian model or fascist exception : the political economy of Hitler's state architecture / Paul Jaskot -- Totalitarian and/or modernist art?. Modern Soviet art meets America, 1935 / Christina Kiaer ; Legacy, heritage, or history : a study of artistic agency in the art scene of the GDR, 1949-1989 and beyond / Jørn Guldberg ; Aesthetic solipsism : the artist and politics in Max Beckmann 1927-1938 / Olaf Peters.
Alt author Rasmussen, Mikkel Bolt, 1973-
Wamberg, Jacob.
ISBN 9788779345607 (pbk.)
8779345603 (pbk.)

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