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Exhibition from prison camps: a collection of drawings and watercolors 1941-1945. from the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade (Belgrade, September 7-21, 2003)

dc.contributorRadovanović, Vojislava
dc.creatorŠuica, Nada
dc.date.accessioned2022-04-13T15:44:08Z
dc.date.available2022-04-13T15:44:08Z
dc.date.issued2003
dc.identifier.urihttps://www.jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/handle/123456789/2000
dc.description.abstractU našoj zemlji je 2003. godine, prvi put obeležen Dan evropske jevrejske kulture. Ova kulturna manifestacija ustanovljena je 1999. godine. Tema koja je predložena kao moto dešavanja ove godine, u mnogim evropskim centrima, je Judaizam i umetnost. U delima likovnih umetnika na prostoru bivše Jugoslavije jevrejska tematika bila je veoma retko zastupljena. Iako je među jugoslovenskim slikarima bilo dosta Jevreja i to veoma talentovanih i uspešnih slikara, oni su ovu temu retko ilustrovali. Od beogradskih slikara jedino je Leon Koen na početku dvadesetog veka ilustrovao teme kao što su Večiti Juda, Josifov san, Pogrom. Kod slikara Moše Pijade, Marka Čelebonovića, Bore Baruha, Rajka Levija teško se mogu naći dela ove tematike. U beogradskom slikarstvu i skulpturi posle Drugog svetskog rata u radovima jevrejskih umetnika prisutna je tema stradanja u holokaustu. Nekoliko slikara mlađe generacije ilustrovalo je temu kabale što će biti prikazano na narednim izložbama Jevrejskog istorijskog muzeja.sr
dc.description.abstractIn our country, in 2003, the Day of European Jewish Culture was marked for the first time. This cultural event was established in 1999. The theme that has been proposed as the motto of this year's events, in many European centres, is Judaism and art. In the works of artists in the former Yugoslavia, Jewish themes were very rarely represented. Although there were many Jews among Yugoslav painters, very talented and successful painters, they rarely illustrated this topic. Of the Belgrade painters, only Leon Koen illustrated themes such as Eternal Judas, Joseph's Dream, and the Pogrom at the beginning of the twentieth century. It is difficult to find works on this topic with the painters Moša Pijada, Marko Čelebonović, Bora Baruh, Rajko Levi. In Belgrade's paintings and sculptures after the Second World War, the theme of suffering in the Holocaust is present in the works of Jewish artists. Several painters of the younger generation illustrated the theme of Kabbalah, which will be shown at the next exhibitions of the Jewish Historical Museum.sr
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dc.publisherBeograd : Jevrejski istorijski muzejsr
dc.rightsopenAccesssr
dc.rights.urihttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
dc.subjectlogori - likovna umetnostsr
dc.subjectcamps - fine artssr
dc.subjectJevreji - slikarisr
dc.subjectJews - painterssr
dc.subjectJevrejski istorijski muzej - umetničke zbirkesr
dc.subjectJewish Historical Museum - art collectionssr
dc.titleIzložba iz zarobljeničkih logora: zbirka crteža i akvarela 1941-1945. Jevrejskog istorijskog muzeja u Beogradu (Beograd, 7-21. septembar 2003)sr
dc.titleExhibition from prison camps: a collection of drawings and watercolors 1941-1945. from the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade (Belgrade, September 7-21, 2003)sr
dc.typeothersr
dc.rights.licenseBY-NC-NDsr
dcterms.abstractШуица, Нада; Изложба из заробљеничких логора: збирка цртежа и акварела 1941-1945. Јеврејског историјског музеја у Београду (Београд, 7-21. септембар 2003); Изложба из заробљеничких логора: збирка цртежа и акварела 1941-1945. Јеврејског историјског музеја у Београду (Београд, 7-21. септембар 2003);
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/bitstream/id/6328/IzlozbaIzZarobljenickihLogoraOCR.pdf
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dc.description.otherIzložba je održana od 7. do 21. septembra 2003. godine u Multikulturnom centru u Beogradu (the exhibition was held from September 7 to 21, 2003 at the Multicultural Center in Belgrade).sr
dc.description.otherIzložba je realizovana od sredstava iz projekta Jevrejskog istorijskog muzeja u Beogradu, Istraživanja i edukacija o Holokaustu koji sponzoriše Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, INC.
dc.description.otherThe exhibition was realized with funds from the project of the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade, Research and Education on the Holocaust, sponsored by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, INC.


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