After Piotrowski: Art., Democracy and Friendship

After Piotrowski: Art., Democracy and Friendship

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The book offers a critical approach to the legacy of Piotr Piotrowski (1952–2015), who has become one of the major figures in the discourse of both East-Central European art history and global art history. It focuses on an aspect of his writing that is less well-known to the international audience: his interest in the political engagement of art, artists, and art historians and his devotion to issues of democracy. These qualities were always at the core of both his art historical writings and his activities as a critic, curator, museum director, and citizen. It also emphasises the importance of friendship and the role it plays in the practice of art history. Piotrowski’s winning personality attracted a substantial number of people, enabling him to build long-standing relationships that offered mutual professional and personal impact.Compiled after Piotrowski’s untimely death, the book includes contributions by Polish and international scholars who had an impact on Piotrowski’s intellectual development, identify themselves as belonging to his school of thought, or acknowledge his influence on their critical and historical writing: his teachers, students and colleagues, with whom he collaborated throughout his life. They offer an insight into different periods in Piotrowski’s academic work, presenting not only the development of his intellectual biography, but also of East-Central European art history. The essays included benefit from their authors’ close collaboration with Piotrowski in the past, or at least from numerous discussions with him, which makes this volume unique in its combination of scholarly discourse and subtle private overtones.


Liczba stron234
WydawcaWydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza
ISBN-13978-83-232-3577-4
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyePWN sp. z o.o.

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  Introduction – Agata Jakubowska, Magdalena Radomska    7
  Part One 19
  Practicing Art History and Friendship    19
    The Criterion of Attitude: A Conversation with Jarosław Kozłowski    21
    Andrzej Turowski, An Interrupted Dialogue    35
    Writing a History of East-Central European Modern and Contemporary Art in the (Former) West and (Former) East: A Conversation with Steven Mansbach    61
    Bojana Pejić, A Politics of Friendship (Remembered)    75
  Part Two 91
  Meanings of Democracy    91
    Izabela Kowalczyk, Politics, Emancipation and Democracy – According to Piotr Piotrowski    93
    Tamás Szentjóby, Protest pro Piotr Piotrowski, Budapest, 2010    117
    Jakub Dąbrowski, In the Shadow of Power: Piotr Piotrowski on the Freedom of Art and on Censorship    119
    Paweł Leszkowicz, Piotr Piotrowski and the Queer Revision of East-Central European Art and Museology    143
    Magdalena Radomska, Dangerous Consensus: Piotrowski’s Remarks about Democracy, Framed with(in) Marxism    169
  Part Three 193
  Global Politeia    193
    Bożena Czubak, On the Margins of the “Global Politeia”    195
    Piotr Piotrowski, Krzysztof Wodiczko and the Global Politeia    201
  Authors’ Biographical Notes    219
  Index    227
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