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Title Art in battle / [editors: Frode Sandvik and Erik Tonning].
Imprint [Stuttgart, Germany] : Ibidem-Verlag, 2017.

Subject Exhibition catalogs -- Norway.
Art and war -- Exhibitions.
National socialism and art -- Norway -- Exhibitions.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Art and the war -- Exhibitions.
Alt Name Sandvik, Frode,
Tonning, Erik, 1977-
Description 1 online resource
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Summary The exhibition Art in Battle at KODE – Art Museums of Bergen portrays the battles over art initiated by Nazi policies for their European conquests. It examines propaganda exhibitions in occupied Norway as well as hitherto unseen art by soldiers stationed in Norway. This exceptional catalog documents this ground-breaking show and assembles leading experts on the history and ideology of Nazi cultural campaigns in both Germany and Norway to initiate a fresh discussion of the relationships between center and periphery within the art worlds of the Third Reich outside the overfamiliar dichotomy of zDegeneratez versus zGreat Germanz art. Beyond historical re-assessment, this project also asks more pressingly: How do we encounter these battles over art today?
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Contents Intro; Contents; Foreword; Exhibition; Articles; Art in Battle: Staging Power in the Art Museum; Art and Non-Art: A Modern Iconoclasm; What Battle? A Critical Examination of the Role of the Art Field in the Cultural Resistance Against the "F├╝hrer-regime" in Norwegian Art Politics, 1940-1945; Art and Wartime National Socialist Foreign Cultural Policy in Norway: Glimpses, Observations, Hypotheses; The Teutonic Rage of the Ancient Timbers: Himmler, the SS and Norwegian Folk Culture
"Norwegian Spirit and Will": Vitalism as Radical Aesthetic and Reactionary Ideology in Literature and Art (1932-1942)Art, Battle and Apocalypse: The Nazi System of Art; War Art/Art War: Wehrmacht Modernism in the Context of Official German and Norwegian Ar tPolicies in World War Two; The Challenge of Nazi Art: (Why Julius Paul Junghanns Matters); Afterword: Art in Battle; Appendix; Contributors; List of Works
ISBN 9783838270142 (electronic bk.)
3838270142 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1017489239
Additional Format Original 3838210646 9783838210643 383821014X 9783838210148 (OCoLC)965764053.

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