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Author Josenhans, Frauke, author.

Title Artists in exile : expressions of loss and hope / Frauke V. Josenhans ; with essays by Marijeta Bozovic, Joseph Leo Koerner, Megan R. Luke ; and contributions by Suzanne Boorsch [and three others].

Publication Info. New Haven : Yale University Art Gallery, 2017.
©2017

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Description 272 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
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Note Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Yale University Art Gallery, September 1-December 31, 2017.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 260-261) and index.
Contents Director's foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Note to the reader -- Exiles in art, and artists in exile / Frauke V. Josenhans -- [1.] Home/Mobility -- Home and the world / Joseph Leo Koerner -- Catalogue entries -- [2.] Nostalgia -- Russia in exile: nostalgia for other shores / Marijeta Bozovic -- Catalogue entries -- [3.] Transfer/Adjustment -- The trace of transfer / Megan R. Luke -- Catalogue entries -- [4.] Identity -- (Re)defining the "I" in exile / Frauke V. Josenhans -- Catalogue entries -- Artist biographies & exhibition checklist / Nicole Demby, Frauke V. Josenhans, and Clara Yang -- Selected bibliography -- Index -- Photo credits.
Summary This timely book offers a wide-ranging and beautifully illustrated study of exiled artists from the 19th century through the present day, with notable attention to individuals who have often been relegated to the margins of publications on exile in art history. The artworks featured here, including photographs, paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture, present an expanded view of the conditions of exile-forced or voluntary-as an agent for both trauma and ingenuity. The introduction outlines the history and perception of exile in art over the past 200 years, and the book's four sections explore its aesthetic impact through the themes of home and mobility, nostalgia, transfer and adjustment, and identity. Essays and catalogue entries in each section showcase diverse artists, including not only European ones-for example, Jacques-Louis David, Paul Gauguin, George Grosz, and Kurt Schwitters-but also female, African American, East Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern artists, such as Elizabeth Catlett, Harold Cousins, Mona Hatoum, Lotte Jacobi, An-My Le, Roberto Matta, Ana Mendieta, Abelardo Morell, Mu Xin, and Shirin Neshat. Exhibition: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, United States (01.09. -31.12.2017).
Subject Expatriate artists -- Exhibitions.
Identity (Psychology) in art.
Artists -- Psychology.
Art, Modern -- 19th century -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
Art, Modern -- 21st century -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
Added Author Bozovic, Marijeta, author.
Koerner, Joseph Leo, author.
Luke, Megan R., 1977- author.
Boorsch, Suzanne, contributor.
Demby, Nicole, contributor.
Sensabaugh, David Ake, contributor.
Yang, Clara, contributor.
Yale University. Art Gallery, host institution, issuing body.
Added Title Expressions of loss and hope
ISBN 9780300225709 (paperback)
0300225709 (paperback)

 
    
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