Thomas Kirchner , Laurence Bertrand Dorléac , Déborah Laks , Nele Putz (Eds.)
Les Arts à Paris après la Libération
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The volume sheds new light on the Parisian art world after the Second World War, its protagonists, inter(national) dimensions and aesthetic challenges. It assembles a selection of contributions of the annual congress 2014/15 held at the German Center for Art History Paris as well as further results of research undertaken during that same year. Besides questions of historiography the publication focuses on case studies in which renowned artists like Giacometti, Picasso and Brassaï are analized. Furthermore, new protagonists, institutions and media are introduced and innovative perspectives developed. The volume thus makes a valuable contribution to the reevaluation of art of the postwar period.
About the editors;
Thomas Kirchner (Direktor des Deutschen Forums für Kunstgeschichte Paris); Laurence Bertrand Dorléac (Sciences Po); Déborah Laks (Sciences Po); Nele Putz (LMU München).