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George Grosz and Croatian Art between the Two World Wars / Magaš, Lovorka ; Prelog, Petar.

By: Magaš Bilandžić, Lovorka.
Contributor(s): Prelog, Petar [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleISSN: 2190-3328.Other title: George Grosz and Croatian Art between the Two World Wars [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.05 | George Grosz, Croatian art between the World Wars, social art, graphic art, Miroslav Krleža, Krsto Hegedušić, the Association of Artists eng | George Grosz, Croatian art between the World Wars, social art, graphic art, Miroslav Krleža, Krsto Hegedušić, the Association of Artists engOnline resources: Elektronička verzija In: RIHA Journal 0031 7 November (2011)Summary: The paper analyses the key aspects of George Grosz's influence on Croatian art between the two World Wars. A number of artists, especially the members of the association Zemlja, considered Grosz to be an author of similar ideological belief, who advocated an active role of art in society. Grosz's standpoints thus indirectly influenced the formation of the overall cultural atmosphere, marked by the polarization of the entire artistic scene. The artist became one of the key reference points and a figure cited by those who exerted a crucial influence on the formation of Croatian artistic scene between the two World Wars – the writer and one of the most prominent intellectuals Miroslav Krleža and visual artists Krsto Hegedušić and Ljubo Babić. The paper also addresses the circumstances regarding the organization of Grosz's solo exhibition in Zagreb in 1932, along with an analysis of the reception of his work among Croatian art critics.
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Publicirano on line - Tekst je inače najprije izvorno objavljen u neznatno izmjenjenom obliku kao: "Nekoliko aspekata utjecaja Georgea Grosza na hrvatsku umjetnost između dva svjetska rata", u: Radovi Instituta za povijest umjetnosti 33 (2009), 227-240.

The paper analyses the key aspects of George Grosz's influence on Croatian art between the two World Wars. A number of artists, especially the members of the association Zemlja, considered Grosz to be an author of similar ideological belief, who advocated an active role of art in society. Grosz's standpoints thus indirectly influenced the formation of the overall cultural atmosphere, marked by the polarization of the entire artistic scene. The artist became one of the key reference points and a figure cited by those who exerted a crucial influence on the formation of Croatian artistic scene between the two World Wars – the writer and one of the most prominent intellectuals Miroslav Krleža and visual artists Krsto Hegedušić and Ljubo Babić. The paper also addresses the circumstances regarding the organization of Grosz's solo exhibition in Zagreb in 1932, along with an analysis of the reception of his work among Croatian art critics.

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