2012/3–4 (21)

Ingliskeelne erinumber „(Un)blocked Memory: Writing Art History in Baltic Countries”
Koostanud Linara Dovydaitytė


Preface. Linara Dovydaitytė
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7–8

ARTIKLID

Kristiāna Ābele.
The Picture of the Period 1890–1915 in Latvian Art-Historical Writing: Ethnocentric Distortions and Ways to Correct Them
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9–29

Iveta Derkusova. The Most Recognised Latvian [?] Artist in the World. The Case of Gustavs Klucis
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30–55

Silvija Grosa. Rethinking National Romanticism in the Architecture of Riga at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
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56–75

Maija Rudovska. Expired Monuments: Case Studies on Soviet-era Architecture in Latvia through the Kaleidoscope of Postcolonialism
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76–93

Linara Dovydaitytė. Art History and Postcolonialism: A Lithuanian Case
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94–105

Maria-Kristiina Soomre. Art, Politics and Exhibitions: (Re)writing the History of (Re)presentations
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106–121

Renata Šukaitytė. The Drift along a Traumatic Past in the Cinematic Worlds of Šarūnas Bartas
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122–133

Agnė Narušytė. Contemporary Lithuanian Photography: The Discourse of Memory
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134–166


ÜLEVAATED

Photographic Research in Lithuania: Between Reflection and Restoration. Kęstutis Šapoka
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169–173


AUTORID
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