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Publications by the Team Members

This bibliography lists all articles published by the members of our research team in relation to the project “OwnReality. To Each His Own Reality”.

 

Mathilde Arnoux

Free full-text access to all publications by Mathilde Arnoux is provided online at http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/artdok/view/creators/Arnoux=3AMathilde=3A=3A.html#.

  • Interview with Mathilde Arnoux by Marie Gispert and Julie Ramos, “Own Reality. À chacun son réel. La notion de réel dans les arts plastiques en France, RFA, RDA et Pologne entre 1960 et 1989”, in Regards croisés. Revue franco-allemande de recensions d’histoire de l’art et esthétique, no. 7, december 2017, online: http://hicsa.univ-paris1.fr/documents/pdf/Regards+croises/Numero+7/RC7_4-Projets_croises.pdf 
  • M. Arnoux, “Introduction / Introduction” (translated from French into English by Timothy Stroud), on the project homepage OwnReality, ed. by Mathilde Arnoux and Clément Layet, 2017, online: https://dfk-paris.org/en/node/1361#/resolve/articles/23647
  • M. Arnoux, “Contemporary Polish art seen through the lens of French art critics invited to the AICA Conference in Warsaw and Krakow in 1960”, in Art in Transfer: Curatorial Practices and Transnational Strategies in the Era of Pop (conference proceedings, Södertörn University), Stockholm, Elanders, 2017, p. 39-61, online: http://sh.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1060138/FULLTEXT01.pdf
  • M. Arnoux, “Exhibitions of West- and East-German Art in Paris (1980–1981)”, in J. Bazin, P. Dubourg-Glatigny and P. Piotrowski (eds.), Art Beyond Borders in Communist Europe (1945-1989), Budapest, Central European University Press, 2015, p. 391-400
  • M. Arnoux, “Le thème de la réalité dans les expositions d’art contemporain organisées par les musées de RFA dans les années 1970”, in Revue germanique internationale, 22 | 2015, online: http://rgi.revues.org/1563
  • M. Arnoux, “To Each His Own Reality: How the analysis of artistic exchanges in Cold War Europe challenges categories”, in Artl@s Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 1 “Peripheries”, 2014, online: docs.lib.purdue.edu/artlas/vol3/iss1/4/
  • M. Arnoux, “Présences Polonaises, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1983. Singularité culturelle et artistique dans un monde bipolaire”, in M. Gispert, M. Murphy (eds.), Voir, ne pas voir. Les expositions en question (conference proceedings, Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne – HiCSA and INHA, June 4/5, 2012), 2014, online: hicsa.univ-paris1.fr/documents/file/Arnoux.pdf
  • M. Arnoux, “Les réalités”, in L’art en guerre. France 1938-1947, ed. by L. Bertrand Dorléac, exh. cat. Paris, Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, 2012, p. 414
  • M. Arnoux, “Compromission, engagement, neutralité : analyses de l’art polonais de la guerre froide”, in Perspectives, 2012/1 “Art et Pouvoir”, p. 193-200, online: perspective.revues.org/657
  • M. Arnoux, “Réel, arts plastiques et Guerre Froide / Reality, the Visual Arts, and the Cold War” (translated into English by David Ames Curtis), in Lettre du séminaire Arts & Sociétés, ed. by L. Bertrand Dorléac, Paris, Sciences Po, 2011, online: www.sciencespo.fr/artsetsocietes/en/archives/1836
  • M. Arnoux, Review of Piotr Piotrowski, In the Shadow of Yalta. Art and the Avant-Garde in Eastern Europe 1945-1989 (London, Redaktion books, 2011), in Revue de l’art, no. 171, 2011
  • M. Arnoux, Review of Christian Saehrendt, Kunst als Botschafter einer künstlichen Nation. Studien zur Rolle der bildenden Kunst in der Auswärtigen Kulturpolitik der DDR (Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2009), in Revue de l’art, no. 169, 2010
  • M. Arnoux, “Art Allemagne Aujourd’hui ou la reconnaissance de l’art allemand contemporain par les musées français”, in Études germaniques, no. 256, 2009/4, p. 1037-1053, online: https://www.cairn.info/revue-etudes-germaniques-2009-4-page-1037.htm, DOI: 10.3917/eger.256.1037

Maria Bremer

Constanze Fritzsch

Krzysztof Kosciuczuk

Clément Layet

Aneta Panek

Julie Sissia

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funding

The project “OwnReality. To Each His Own Reality. The notion of the real in the fine arts of France, West Germany, East Germany and Poland between 1960 and 1989” has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 263560.

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