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Echoes of exile : Moscow Archives and the arts in Paris 1933-1945 / Editor, Ines Rotermund-Reynard.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: NX550.A1 W53 2011

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    Book cover

    Overview

    Series
    Contact zones ; Volume 2
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Wie das zweite Exil das erste zum Sprechen bringt (Conference) (2011 : Germanskiĭ istoricheskiĭ institut v Moskve)
    Published
    Boston : De Gruyter, 2014
    1411
    Locale
    France
    Paris
    Germany
    Contents
    German-speaking Artists in Parisian Exile : their routes to the French capital, activities there, and final flight-a short introduction / Hélène Roussel
    Plunder, restitution, emotion and the weight of archives. A historical approach / Bénédicte Savoy
    'Trophy' Archives in Moscow and the Art Scene in France and Germany under the National Socialist Regime, 1933-1945: A Brief Orientation / Patricia Kennedy Grimsted
    Lifting the Veil on Moscow's Secret Archives / Kerstin Holm, Vladimir Korotayev
    The Arthur Goldschmidt file in the archive of the direction de la Sûreté. French police archives shed light on Paul Graupe & Cie (Paris, 1937-1939) / Isabelle le Masne de Chermont
    "not my most beautiful but my best paintings": Oskar Kokoschka's list for London / Keith Holz
    The Art Historian Charlotte Weidler: a lost voice speaks from the Moscow Special Archive / Ines Rotermund-Reynard
    The Paul Cassirer Gallery (1933-1945): Berlin-Amsterdam-London / Christina Feilchenfeldt
    August Liebmann Mayer (1885-1944)-Success, Failure, Emigration, Deportation and Murder / Christian Fuhrmeister, Susanne Kienlechner.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Rotermund-Reynard, Ines, 1968- editor.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    German-speaking Artists in Parisian Exile : their routes to the French capital, activities there, and final flight-a short introduction / Hélène Roussel -- Plunder, restitution, emotion and the weight of archives. A historical approach / Bénédicte Savoy -- 'Trophy' Archives in Moscow and the Art Scene in France and Germany under the National Socialist Regime, 1933-1945: A Brief Orientation / Patricia Kennedy Grimsted -- Lifting the Veil on Moscow's Secret Archives / Kerstin Holm, Vladimir Korotayev -- The Arthur Goldschmidt file in the archive of the direction de la Sûreté. French police archives shed light on Paul Graupe & Cie (Paris, 1937-1939) / Isabelle le Masne de Chermont -- "not my most beautiful but my best paintings": Oskar Kokoschka's list for London / Keith Holz -- The Art Historian Charlotte Weidler: a lost voice speaks from the Moscow Special Archive / Ines Rotermund-Reynard -- The Paul Cassirer Gallery (1933-1945): Berlin-Amsterdam-London / Christina Feilchenfeldt -- August Liebmann Mayer (1885-1944)-Success, Failure, Emigration, Deportation and Murder / Christian Fuhrmeister, Susanne Kienlechner.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9783110290585
    3110290588 (alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xiii, 171 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.

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