volume XII, number 2 (may 2012)

Museology in Central Europe

Guest Editor:
Matthew Rampley

CONTENTS
Introduction
Matthew Rampley

Articles
“Drafting Futures: The Birth of the Museum Institution in Cracow, 1868-1939
Maud Guichard-Marneur

Home as a Living Museum: Ethnographic Display and the 1896 Millennial Exhibition in Budapest
Rebecca Houze

The Foundation and Development of the Stossmayer Gallery of Old Masters in Zagreb
Ljerka Dulibic and Iva Pasini-Trzec

The Poltava Zemisto: Expanding on a Modern Museum Typology
Myroslava M. Mudrak

Love of Beauty in the Tsarist Colonial Capital: The Museum of Fine Arts in Warsaw (1862-1916)

Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius

The Hapsburg Landesmuseum in Sarajevo in its Ideological and Architectural Contexts: A Reinterpretation
Maximilian Hartmuth

Reviews and Reports
Riitta Nikula: EESTI KUNSTI AJALUGU. 1900-1940 (A HISTORY OF ESTONIAN ART) by Mart Kalm

Eric Anderson: THE POETIC HOME: DESIGNING THE 19TH CENTURY DOMESTIC INTERIOR by Stefan Muthesius

Ilona Sarmany-Parsons: KAROLY FERENCZY: HUNGARIAN NATIONAL GALLERY, 30 NOVEMBER 2011- 27 MAY 2012 (Exhib. Cat.)

Jeff Taylor: A REPORT ON TWO EXHIBITIONS AND THE CATALOGUE OF THE WORK OF THE HUNGARIAN MODERNIST GROUP ‘THE EIGHT’, Pecs, December 10, 2010- March 27, 2011, and Budapest May 17, 2011-September 11, 2011