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Named Person: Camille Pissarro; C R Ashbee; Wassily Kandinsky; George Grosz; Alberto Giacometti; David Hockney; David 1938- Coburn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Asher Ovadiah; Nurith Kenaan-Kedar; Universiṭat Tel-Aviv, Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts.
ISSN:0333-6476
OCLC Number: 272519725
Notes: Camille Pissarro's Jewish identity / Stephanie Rachum -- C. R. Ashbee's Jerusalem years : arts and crafts, orientalism and British regionalism / Inbal Ben-Asher Gitler -- Rhyme or reason in colour symbolism? A biophysical analysis of Kandinsky's colour theories / Ya'acov Y. Leshem -- Grosz's political posistion : false commitment, false testimony / Beatriz Aisenberg -- The non-presence of people in David Hockney's paintings of nouveau riche houses / Ruth Markus -- Agency and everyday life in Alvin Coburn's Octopus / Meir Joel Wigoder -- The urge toward the sublime - the case of Itzhak Danziger / Arturo Schwarz -- On text and subtext in Arie Aroch's series of the late sixties / Mordechai Omer -- Motorics on the threshold of the Abyss / Nissim Gal -- 'To be one's time' : technology and inhumanity in Tumarkin / Avigdor W. G. Posèq -- On art and credibility : Avigor Arikha's phenomenological / Dominique Lèvy-Eisenberg -- Warburg's 'Pathos Formula' in psychoanalytical and Benjaminian context / Adi Efal -- Returning to the forbidden zone : strategies of deformations and transformations / Sarit Shapira.
Description: 254p. : ill. ; 24cm.
Series Title: Assaph - studies in art history, vol. 5.
Other Titles: Assaph 2000
Responsibility: edited by Asher 0vadiah and Nurit Kenaan-Kedar.

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