Jewish identity in modern art history / edited by Catherine M. Soussloff.
Contributor(s): Soussloff, Catherine MLanguage: İngilizce Series: The S. Mark Taper Foundation imprint in Jewish studiesPublisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, c1999Description: x, 239 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 9780520213043; 0520213033; 0520213041 (pbk.)Subject(s): Yahudiler -- Kimlik | Jews -- Identity | Sanatlar, Modern -- 20. yüzyıl | Arts, Modern -- 20th century | Jewish arts | Yahudi sanatları | Jews in art | Yahudiler, SanattaLOC classification: NX684.A5 | J49 1999
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Aby Warburg: Forced Identity and "Cultural Science" / Charlotte Schoell-Glass.
Introducing Jewish Identity to Art History / Catherine M. Soussloff -- From Bezal'el to Max Liebermann: Jewish Art in Nineteenth-Century Art-Historical Texts / Margaret Olin -- Anti-Semitism and Aniconism: The Germanophone Requiem for Jewish Visual Art / Kalman P. Bland -- To Figure, or Not to Figure: The Iconoclastic Proscription and Its Theoretical Legacy / Lisa Saltzman -- Jewish Identity in Art and History: Maurycy Gottlieb as Early Jewish Artist / Larry Silver -- Collecting and Collective Memory: German Expressionist Art and Modern Jewish Identity / Robin Reisenfeld -- Ethnic Notions and Feminist Strategies of the 1970s: Some Work by Judy Chicago and Eleanor Antin / Lisa Bloom -- Art History, German Jewish Identity, and the Emigration of Iconology / Karen Michels -- Reframing the Self-Criticism: Clement Greenberg's "Modernist Painting" in Light of Jewish Identity / Louis Kaplan -- Meyer Schapiro's Jewish Unconscious / Donald Kuspit.
In the first comprehensive study of Jewish identity and its meaning for the history of art, eleven influential scholars illuminate the formative role of Jews as subjects of art-historical discourse. At the same time, their essays introduce to art history the issue of cultural identity in the production of scholarship. Offering a new approach in which the cultural identities of art makers and interpreters play a constitutive role, this collection begins a trenchant dialogue that will revise our understanding of scholarly work in modern art history, Jewish studies, and cultural studies.