volume VIII, number 1 (january 2008)


Part I Nationalism and Democracy

Guest Editor:
Piotr Piotrowski

Piotr Piotrowski

Beyond Democracy
Piotr Piotrowski

Imaging Universalism: Democracy and the National Style in Central Europe ca. 1900
Andrzej Szczerski

Searching for a "Democratic" Shape in Czech Modernism at the Beginning of the 1920s
Vojtech Lahoda

Does Democracy Grow under Pressure? Strategies of the Hungarian Neo-Avant-Garde Throughout the late 1960s an the 1970s
Eva Forgacs

The Relation of Art and Democracy in the 1960s and 1970s
Katherine Carl

Afterward: Reflections on Art and Democracy in (East) Central Europe
Thomas da Costa Kaufmann

Part II Impressionism and Central European Reaction

Dora Wiebenson

Foreign or Native: Perception and Reception of Impressionism in Polish Art Criticism
Anna Brzyski

The Reception of Impressionism in Vienna and Budapest ca. 1900
Ilona Sarmany-Parsons

Ambivalent Attractions: On the Influence of Impressionism on Vienna and Budapest around 1900
Christian Huemer


Adrienne Kochman: GALKA E. SCHEYER & THE BLUE FOUR. CORRESPONDENCE 1924-1945, edited and translated by Isabel Wunsche