Arts in Exile in Britain 1933-1945: Politics and Cultural Identity (Google eBook)

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Shulamith Behr, Marian Malet
Rodopi, Jan 1, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 377 pages
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"This volume focuses on the contribution of refugees from Nazism to the Arts in Britain. The essays examine the much neglected theme of art in internment and address the spheres of photography, political satire, sculpture, architecture, artists' organisations, institutional models, dealership and conservation. These are considered under the broad headings 'Art as Politics', 'Between the Public and the Domestic' and 'Creating Frameworks'. Such categories assist in posing questions regarding the politics of identity and gender, as well as providing an opportunity to explore the complex issues of cultural formation. The volume will be of interest to scholars and students of twentieth-century art history, museum and conservation studies, politics and cultural studies, in addition to those involved in German Studies and in German and Austrian Exile Studies."--BOOK JACKET.
  

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Contents

Table of Illustrations
vii
Politics Photography and Exile in
45
Fred Uhlmans Internment Drawings
135
A Minor Language?
167
Freud Domestic Architect
201
Exhibitions as Morale Boosters
267
Immigrant Picture Restorers of the Germanspeaking
339
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