Journal IKON , vol. 11

IKON 11/2018

Iconoclasm and Iconophilia

The University of Rijeka (ed)

  • Size:240 x 310 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2018

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Uvodna rije / Foreword

    Gaetano Curzi

    Reflexes of Iconoclasm and Iconophilia in the Roman Wall Paintings and Mosaics of the 8th and 9th Centuries

    Nicoletta Usai

    Paintings in the Church of San Juli de los Prados in Oviedo. An Analysis of Aniconic Paintings in the Framework of Art in the Mediterranean

    Francesca DellAcqua

    Iconophilia in Italy, c. 680-880 - A European Project and Its Method

    Stephanie Azzarello

    Iconoclasm and Anti-Semitic Imagery in a Fifteenth-Century Venetian Choir Book

    Yoshie Kojima

    Iconoclasm and Iconophilia in Cistercian Art. Cloister Sculpture of Fontfroide, Alcoba and Chiaravalle della Colomba

    Dmitriy Antonov

    Miniatures under Attack: Damaged Figures in Russian Iconography

    Olga Chumicheva

    Iconoclasm and Iconophilia in Late Medieval Russia. The State of Research and New Concepts

    Sa Brajovi - Milena Ul

    Silver Covers, Iron Grids and Sensory Experience. Simultaneousness of Iconoclastic and Iconophilic Nature of Veneration in the Early Modern Bay of Kotor

    Alice Byrne

    St George - Iconoclasm, Iconophilia and Englands Patron Saint (1534-1553)

    Lidija Mato

    Iconoclasm as a Side Effect of the Reformation

    Tamara Qu

    Michelangelos Last Judgement: Art and Religion Between Reformation and Counter-Reformation

    Rachel Miller

    Peter Paul Rubens Investigation of the Origins of Idolatry and Iconoclasm in the Jesuit Church of Antwerp

    Yvonne Dohna Schlobitten

    Lestetico pu possedere un senso veritativo? Contemporaneit dellicona, icone nella contemporaneit

    Enrico Garlaschelli

    La questione dellicona in unepoca apparentemente iconofila, ma molto vicina allantica iconoclastia

    Nadeda Elezovi

    Sacred in Modern Abstract Art

    Vladimir P. Goss

    Minimalism as Iconophilia. The Case of Yves Klein

    Ana eparovi

    Desirable and Stigmatized: Subject, Form and Content as the Main Categories in the Discourse of Croatian Socialist Realist Art Criticism

    Richard Gregor

    Occasional Iconography (Iconology) of Stano Filkos Altars

    Cristian Nae

    Revisiting Iconoclash. Postsecularism, Religion and Politics in Contemporary Art from Romania

    Dmitrii Doronin

    The Soft Iconoclasm in Vernacular Orthodoxy of Volga Finns

    Karen von Veh

    Revisiting Religion. Iconoclasm as Renewal in Post-Apartheid South Africa

    Arthur Valle

    Afro-Brazilian Religions, Visual Culture and Iconoclasm

    Ana Munk

    Has ISIS Gone Hollywood? Visual Strategies and Images of Destruction in ISISs Magazines Dabiq and Rumiyah

     

    Prilozi Prikazi Dodatak / Contributions Reviews Appendix

    Noa Yuval-Hacham

    Fear of Images. Iconophobia and Iconoclasm among Jews and Samaritans in Late Antiquity

    Dmitriy Antonov - Mikhail Maizuls

    Ruina idolorum. Iconography of Christian idoloclasm: East and West

    Silvia Marin Barutcieff

    No Limits: Iconoclasm and Iconophilia in Contemporary Romania. The Attitudes towards Saint Christophers Modern Iconography

    Svea Janzen

    Lenin resurrected?

    Florentina Badalanova Geller

    Medieval Narratives on Russian Demonology

    Sanja Cvetni

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