Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art / Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 65 (2015)

Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art / Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 65 (2015) : Arts of Display

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Volume 65 of the NKJ is devoted to the display of art within the visual culture of the Netherlands. The volume contains articles that examine and conceptualize the history, meaning and techniques of exhibiting works of art in the Low Countries from the early modern period to the present. The focus is not on the artwork but on how it is presented, on its intended context and, particularly, on how the relation between the work of art and its surrounding space manifests itself in various meaningful ways.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 372 pages
  • 193 x 260 x 27.94mm | 1,502g
  • Leiden, Netherlands
  • English
  • 9004295585
  • 9789004295582
  • 2,268,628

Table of contents

Table of Contents

H. Perry Chapman, Frits Scholten, Joanna Woodall, The politics of display
Mariet Westermann, What's on at the new Rijks?
Marlise Rijks, Defenders of the image. Painted collectors' cabinets and the display of display in Counter-Reformation Antwerp
Frits Scholten, Displaying the "Farnese bull". Adriaen de Vries's revolving pedestal
Rebecca Tucker, The politics of display at Honselaarsdijk
Robert Fucci. Parrhasius and the art of display. The illusionistic curtain in seventeenth-century Dutch painting
Deborah Babbage Iorns, Viewing between the frames. Considering the display of Rembrandt's pendant marriage portraits
H. Perry Chapman, Rembrandt on display. The Rembrandthuis as portrait of an artist
Justus Lange, From iconographical program to individual artwork. The display of Rubens's "The triumph of the victor"
Gaetane Maes, From Antwerp Cathedral to the Musee Napoleon. Rubens's "Descent from the Cross" between devotion, delectation and nationalism
William J. Diebold, `A living source of our civilization'. The exhibition "Deutsche Groesse / Grandeur de l'Allemagne / Duitsche Grootheid" in Brussels, 1942
Marie Yasunaga, How to exhibit the un-exhibitable. Karl With and the Yi Yuan Museum of Eduard von der Heydt in Amsterdam
Samantha Hoekema, Framing De Stijl. Rietveld's 1951 exhibition installation as image strategy
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