volume V, number 1 (january 2005)

Theory and Methodology


Guest Editor:
Christopher Long

CONTENTS
Introduction
Christopher Long

Articles
Writing the History of the 'Czechoslovak Official Modern': Karel Teige as Historian of the 'Cubist' Generation
Nicolas Sawicki

Real Style: Riegl and Early 20th Century European Art
Kimberly A. Smith

The Perceptual Transformation of Matter in Czech Photography and Cubist Architecture
Debra Schafter

The Beginnings of Modern Art History and Art Criticism in the Czech Lands
Otto Urban

A Labyrinth of Interpretation: The Example of the CK Building
Vladimir Kulic

Interpreting Multivalent Styles: New Meanings for Mostar's Old Bridge
Emily Gunzburger Makos

Reviews
Tanja Damlanovic: MODERNISM IN SERBIA: THE ELUSIVE MARGINS OF BELGRADE ARCHITECTURE by Ljiljana Blagojevic

Anna Brzyski: POZA CANONEM by Joanna Sosnowska

Elana Schapira: MARGARET STONBOROUGH-WITTGENSTEIN: BAUHERRIN, INTELLEKTUELLE, MÄZENIN BÖHLAU by Ursula Prokop

Ella Chmielewska: WARSAW by David Crowley

Isabelle Wünsche: VOM SOZIALISTISCHEN REALISMUS ZUR KUNST IM SOZIALISMUS: DIE REZEPTION DER MODERNE IN KUNST UND KUNSTWISSENSCHAFT DER DDR by Ulrike Goeschen

Sophie Gerlach: SOCIALIST SPACES: SITES OF EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE EASTERN BLOC by David Crowley