This comprehensive survey uncovers a new and as yet unknown face of the artist, surprising with the sheer range of artistic conventions he used and the wealth of his inspirations. The selection of works presented here may significantly change the artistic image of Jerzy Tchórzewski as well as opinions about his painted oeuvre.
This book discusses the history and significance of the first abstract reliefs and presents numerous hitherto unpublished documents and an interpretation that casts a new light on the history of modern art, both Russian (Malewicz, Popova, Exter and other artists) and Western (Boccioni or Brancusi).
This book is the result of a conference that was held at the Cracow Conference Centre at Tomaszowice Manor from 14 to 16 May 2017. Co-organised by the Institute of Art History at the Jagiellonian University and the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, the conference was titled DeMATERIALISATIONS in Art and Art-Historical Discourse in the Twentieth Century.
More than an innovative interpretation of Painting with a Circle, this book reveals the multiple levels of censorship that beset the creation of the first purely abstract composition and in many ways beset it still.
These are the proceedings of the 2013 CIHA colloquium – Between East and West: Reproductions in Art – held at the Otsuka Museum of Art in Naruto, Japan, on 15–18 January. This colloquium was organized by the Japanese Committee for CIHA, the Otsuka Museum of Art, and the Japan Art History Society.
The Sigismund Chapel, a mausoleum erected between 1515–1533 for the King of Poland Sigismund I the Jagiellon at Cracow Cathedral, is universally regarded as the perfect example of High Renaissance architecture north of the Alps.