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I believe in art

Grzegorz Niemyjski
The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław

(English) INTRODUCTION

The editors The first journals devoted to sacral art appeared in Europe in the 19th century. They appeared with varying frequency, with many going out of existence after just a few issues; some underwent a metamorphosis, after a certain break they were published under...

Introduction

Grażyna Ryba “We are at a moment, I believe, when our experience of the world is less that of a long life developing through time than that of a network that connects points and intersects with its own skein”, and the future will belong more to space than to time –...

Nature as the locus of theological cognition

Renata Rogozińska University of Arts in Pozanań Abstract: The text attempts to answer the question of whether, and to what extent, sacralisation of landscape is justified on Christian grounds, and whether religious and landscape art can be equated in status, as Jerzy...

Włodzimierz Borowski – a desymboliser of images

Marcin Lachowski Warsaw University  Abstract: The article addresses the issue of the early period of Włodzimierz Borowski’s artistic development which coincided with his membership in the Zamek group. The pictures under discussion, distinguished by some earmarks of...

INTRODUCTION

The Editors While the ruins of Nimrud and Palmyra are turning to dust, and pneumatic hammers destroy priceless works of art of ancient cultures, it is impossible not to mention discussions going on over recent decades about the importance of the image in contemporary...

Tempus passionis according to Stanisław Kulon

Renata Rogozińska The University of Arts in Poznań Abstract: The text discusses several sculptures and drawings by Stanisław Kulon on the theme of the martyrology of the Polish nation. The first to be analysed are the drawings depicting the Volhynian massacres (2010),...

Introduction

The Editors As the divisions separating individual academic disciplines have progressively dissolved over the past few decades, the scope of possible research has widened accordingly and new perspectives have emerged, especially within the broadly understood...

Georgia O’Keeffe – the cross in the New Mexico landscape

Leszek Makówka Katowice, University of Silesia Abstract: The criticism of Georgia O’Keeffe’s output focuses on abstract paintings. The author of the paper states that numerous paintings by O’Keeffe with the motif of the cross against the New Mexico landscape...
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