volume XI, number 1 (january 2011)

Central European Art Groups, 1880-1914


Guest Editor:
Anna Brzyski

CONTENTS
Introduction
Anna Brzyski

Articles
Vienna Secession, Hagenbund, Sztuka, and Manes: Competition and Strategic Collaboration among Central European Art Groups
Anna Brzyski

The Group of Fine Artists and Primitivism in the Czech Lands
Tomas Winter

The International Post-Impressionist Exhibition in 1913 at the Budapest Artists' House (Muveszhaz)
Andras Zwickl

From Cultural Provincialism to Art Establishment: The Silesia Artists' Union in Breslau
Isabel Wunsche

Croatian Secession: The Unsucessful Quest for Modernity at the Edge of the Empire
Ljiljana Kolesnik

Tristan Tzara in Samyro Times: The Pre-Avant-Garde Bucharest Group around Simbulol and Chemarea Magazines (1912-1915)
Erwin Kessler

Reviews and Reports
Jasenka Gudelj: Five Reports on Recently Published Croatian Books on Croatian Cities

Naomi Hume: LIETUVOS GRAFIKA: THE GRAPHIC ARTS IN LITHUANIA, 1918-1940, by Giedre Jankeviciute

Nader Vossoughian: WITTGENSTEIN'S HOUSE: LANGUAGE, SPACE, AND ARCHITECTURE by Nana Last