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Vol. 7/8 – Cultural Bridges: Collections – Encounters – Inspirations. Japanese Art in Central and Eastern Europe till 1919 and beyond, EVA KAMINSKI, BEATA ROMANOWICZ & ALEKSANDRA GÖRLICH (eds.)

Vol. 7/8 – Cultural Bridges: Collections – Encounters – Inspirations. Japanese Art in Central and Eastern Europe till 1919 and beyond, EVA KAMINSKI, BEATA ROMANOWICZ & ALEKSANDRA GÖRLICH (eds.)

 

Contents: EWA KAMIŃSKA, BEATA ROMANOWICZ, ALEKSANDRA GÖRLICH, Collection – Encounters – Inspirations. Contemporary research on artistic relations between Europe and Japan; EWA KAMIŃSKA, Learning from Japan and inspiring the future. Feliks “Manggha“ Jasieński and the 100-year anniversary of diplomatic relations between Poland and Japan; COLLECTIONS: KASUYA AKIKO, History of Museum in Japan and the character of its collection; ALICE KRAEMEROVÁ, Japanese arts and crafts for European customers; RALF ČEPLAK MENCIN, The first extensive collection of Chinese and Japanese antiquities in Slovenia; KLARA HRVATIN, Japanese collections in Slovenia: past exhibitions and present developments; KRISTINE MILERE; Japanese art collection of the Latvian National Museum of Art; ANNA KATARZYNA MALESZKO, Significant sources in creating the Warsaw collections of Japanese art; MAŁGORZATA REINHARD CHLANDA, Technical-Industrial Museum and its role as the first state institution in Krakow collecting Japanese art; BEATA ROMANOWICZ, Collecting Japanese art in the National Museum in Krakow before 1919; KRZYSZTOF KALITKO, JOANNA KOKOĆ, The unfinished journey. The Hasamibako from the collection of the National Museum In Poznań; ENCOUNTERS: ESTERA ŻEROMSKA, The turn of the 20th century and the mosaic of the Polish-Japanese associations (religion, dance, theatre, literature, music); ALEKSANDRA GÖRLICH, Image of Japan created by Feliks “Manggha” Jasieński in articles published in the ‘Miesięcznik Literacki i Artystyczny’ and ‘Chimera’ magazines; AGNESE HAIJIMA, Cultural ties between Japan and Latvia: with focus on architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and art collections; INSPIRATONS: ŁUKASZ KOSSOWSKI, Point of view; SVITLANA RYBALKO, Japonisme in Ukrainian art of the late 19th–early 21st centuries; IVANNA PAVELCHUK, Reflections on Japonism in the practice of Ukrainian Colourists of the Art Nouveau period; ZOFIA WEISS, The influence of Japanese woodcuts on erotic images of women in European art at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries; RAPORTS: YUMI SEGAWA, Digital archives in Japan: digital resources of Japanese arts and crafts and current movements; ANNA KRÓL, Exhibitions of Polish Japanism at the Manggha Museum as intercultural dialogue; MIRJAM DÉNES, A common heritage. Japonism in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy: a project report.

Polish Institute of World Art Studies & Tako Publishing House, Warszawa – Toruń 2019/2020 [2021] ISSN 2450-5692 ISBN 978-83-66758-08-7 (ss. 324)