Journal IKON , vol. 8

IKON 8/2015

Christian Iconography in Modern and Contemporary Art

Marina Vicelja (ed)

  • Pages: 299 p.
  • Size:240 x 310 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2015

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-55373-3
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Foreword

    Hanna-Barbara Gerl-Falkovitz, Kultbild oder Andachtsbild? Zu einer bedeutenden Unterscheidung Romano Guardinis

    Henrik von Achen, Spirituality as Practice. Turning the Ineffable into Language

    Urszula Szulakowska, Death of Christ / Death of the Artist. Slippage of Meaning in Contemporary Performance Art and Photography

    Davor Džalto, Screens and Screams. Icons Re-Framed

    Yvonne zu Dohna, An Introduction into the Popes’ Hermeneutics of Art. The Theology of the Aesthetic Experience of the "Other" in an Image

    Adrienne Gálosi, Discontent in the Gallery and/or in the Church

    Judy Peter, The Renaissance. Ideological and Cultural Constructions of Grand Narratives

    Karen von Veh, Deconstructing Religion through Art Wim Botha’s Images of Christ

    Juliette Leeb-du Toit, The Ideological and Cultural Function of Biblical Imagery in the Work by South African Artist Azaria Mbatha

    Nana Kintz, Spitting Christ. On the Use of Christian Iconography in Salvador Dalì’s Parfois je crache par plaisir sur le portrait de ma mère (1929)

    Isabelle von Marschall, Visualizing the Invisible. GRACE - The 3rd Art Prize of the Archdiocese of Freiburg

    Nieves Acedo del Barrio, The Religious Paintings of William Congdon and the Problem of Religious Art in Modernism

    Vanessa Parent, The Body, Broken for You. Herman Nitsch and the Building of Community

    Satenik Vardanyan, The Image of Jesus Christ in the 20th Century and Contemporary Art of Armenia

    Daniela Čarná - Richard Gregor, Christian Iconography and Contemporary Art in Slovakia before and after 1989

    György E. Szönyi. Enoch - the Modern Apocalyptic Hero. Contemporary Cultural Representations of the Biblical/Apocryphal Patriarch

    Igor Glazov, The Russian Icon in the 20th Century. The Canon and the Law

    Joanna Wolańska, Between the Romantic Vision of Joris-Karl Huysmans and Scholarly Scrutiny of Émile Mâle. Christian Iconography According to Jan Henryk Rosen (1891–1982)

    Rozana Vojvoda, Christian Iconography in Mirko Rački’s Monumental Oil Paintings from 1926. Between Demands of the Patron and the Artist’s Choice

    Dalibor Prančević - Barbara Vujanović, Ivan Meštrović: Crucifix and the Space of Liturgy

    Stefania Biancani, People as New Art Commissioners? Examples of Devotion of Sacred Art in the Salento Region at the Beginning of the Third Millennium

    Ivana Podnar, Contemporary Religious Architecture in Zagreb as an Element of Urban Iconography

    Jarosław Janowski, Language of Contemporary Art and the Artist’s Experience. Altars of the Holy Sepulchre in St Anna’s Church in Kazimierz Dolny

    Cathy Joritz, Nuestra Señora de la Purisima Concepcion. Beyond the Walls of San Jose de Gracia, Trampas, New Mexico

    Contributions – Reviews – Appendix

    Adrian Stoleriu, Christian Ethical and Aesthetic Dimensions in Contemporary Art

    Daniel Zec, Divine Spark or Pistis Sophia

    Sanja Cvetnić, Images of Croatian History in Bologna

    Anna Kónya, Image and Christianity

    Barbara Španjol-Pandelo, The Age of Giotto from a Different Point of View

    Marina Vicelja- Matijašić, Art as a Means of Transporting the Knowledge of Place

    Eighth International Conference of Iconographic Studies

    Guidelines for Authors