Samstag, 31. Juli 2021

Mudejarismo und maurische Wiederbelebung in Europa - Kultur und Kunst im Mittelalter & Historismus des 19. Jh.s

Francine Giese (ed.):
 Mudejarismo and
Moorish Revival
in Europe

Cultural Negotiations and
Artistic Translations
in the Middle Ages
and 19th-century Historicism
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Mudejarismo and Moorish Revival in Europe examines key aspects related to the reception of Ibero-Islamic architecture in medieval Iberia and 19th-century Europe. It challenges prevalent readings of architecture and interiors whose creation was the result of cultural encounters. As Mudéjar and neo-Moorish architecture are closely connected to the Islamic world, concepts of identity, nationalism, religious and ethnic belonging, as well as Orientalism and Islamoscepticism significantly shaped the way in which they have been perceived over time. This volume offers art historical and socio-cultural analysis of selected case studies from Spain to Russia and opens the door to a better understanding of interconnected cultural and artistic phenomena. 

Contributors are (in order of appearance):
Francine Giese, Ariane Varela Braga, Michael A. Conrad, Katrin Kaufmann,
Sarah Keller, Elena Paulino Montero, Luis Araus Ballesteros,
Ekaterina Savinova, Christian Schweizer, Alejandro Jiménez Hernández
and Laura Álvarez Acosta.
List of Figures 
Notes on Contributors 

Introduction: Towards a Comprehensive Understanding of
Interconnected Realities --- 
 Francine Giese 

PART 1:  Between Fascination and Conflict 

1 Where Does Mudéjar Architecture Belong? 
   Francine Giese 

2 When Warriors Become Teachers 
   Alfonso x’s Cultural Endeavors and the Crusade Ideology 
   --- Michael A. Conrad 

3 “Ennobling Muslims and Jews”? The Instrumentalization of Mudéjar
      under the House of Trastámara 1369–1474 --- 
Michael A. Conrad 

4 Reassessing the Moorish Revival in 19th- Century Europe 
   --- Francine Giese 

PART 2: Agents and Networks 

5 “Oh, You Seeker of Knowledge! This is Its Gate Opened Wide...”
       The Transcultural Networks of Patrons, Artists, Scholars, Writers and Diplomats
       Between Medieval Iberia and North Africa in the 14th Century 

  --- Michael A. Conrad 

6 Beyond Kings and Sultans 
   Vertical Diffusion and the Patrons of Urban Palaces in 14th-Century Toledo 
   --- Michael A. Conrad 

7 Spanish Intellectuals of the 19th Century and Their Role
      for Knowledge Exchange Across Europe --- 
Christian M. Schweizer 

8 Mentors, Patrons and Social Networks 
   The Trajectories of Architects in a Globalized Century --- Francine Giese 

9  Il Gusto Moresco 
    Amateurs and Artists in Florence and Rome during the Second Half
      of the 19th Century
 --- Ariane Varela Braga 

PART 3: Artisans and Architects as Protagonists
of Transcultural Exchange and Artistic Transfer

10 An Interconnected World. udéjar Artisans and the Aristocracy
        in 15th-Century Castile --- 
Luis Araus Ballesteros 

11 Reproducing the Alhambra. Monument Conservators
       and Artisans in Granada
 ---- Francine Giese and Alejandro Jiménez Hernández 

12 Learning from Casts and Models. Schools and Academies
        in 19th-Century Europe and the Specific Case
        of the Alhambra Collection in St. Petersburg
   --- Katrin Kaufmann, Ekaterina Savinova and Ariane Varela Braga 

PART 4: Artistic Translations between Imagination, Politics and Ideology 

13 The Limits of Otherness
     Decoding the Entangled Heritage of Medieval Iberia
Francine Giese and Sarah Keller

14 Political Ruptures and Artistic Continuities. edro I, Enrique II
        and the First Trastámara Architecture in Context --- Elena Paulino Montero

15 Oriental Carpets and Gothic Windows. Stained Glass
        in Neo-Moorish Architecture --- S
arah Keller

16 The Alhambra as a Historicist Matrix for Museum Displays
   --- Francine Giese and Ariane Varela Braga

17 Stylistic Eclecticism and Its Oriental Languages Alhambrismo 
        in St. Petersburg --- Katrin Kaufmann

PART 5: Transmitting Islamic Aesthetics Across Centuries

1 - Architectural Transformation

18 The Fortune of the Court of the Lions and the Court of the Dolls
     Artistic Translations and Processes of Decontextualization 
  --- Francine Giese and Ariane Varela Braga

19 Domes Reinvented
     Changing Meanings and Artistic Translations of Ibero-Islamic Rib
        and Muqarnas Vaults --- 
Francine Giese

20 The Hybridization of Sebka Ornament
  Francine Giese and Ariane Varela Braga

2 - Transmateriality

21 Revisiting the Alhambra. ransmediality and Transmateriality
       in 19th-Century Italy --- 
Ariane Varela Braga

22 Neo-Moorish Ceilings.   On the Models and Materiality
        of Russian Alhambrismo --- 
Katrin Kaufmann

23 Illuminating Transennae – A Technical Reinterpretation
  --- Sarah Keller

PART 6: Epilogue

24 An Endangered Heritage
     Mudéjar and Neo-Moorish Architecture in 20th-Century Europe
  --- Francine Giese and Laura Álvarez Acosta


1 Catalogue of 19th-Century Alhambra Casts and Models
      at the Scientific-Research Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg

   --- Ekaterina Savinova

Bibliography ---  

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