14/18 – Rupture or Continuity

Belgian Art around World War I

Edited by Inga Rossi-Schrimpf, assisted by Laura Kollwelter, and contributions by Werner Adriaenssens, Erik Buelinckx, Sophie De schaepdrijver, Ole W. Fischer, Eva Francioli, Laura Kollwelter, Christina Kott, Françoise Lucbert, Peter Pauwels, Hubert Roland, Inga Rossi-Schrimpf, Sergio Servellón, Sandrine Smets, Hans Vandevoorde, and Caterina Verdickt

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Edited volume - paperback

The impact of the Great War and its aftermath on Belgian artistic life

Préface
Michel Draguet

Before and After? Rupture or Continuity? Belgian Art around the First World War. An Introduction
Inga Rossi-Schrimpf

Shaping the Experience of Military Occupation: Ten Images
Sophie De Schaepdrijver

14/18 Rupture or Continuity? Belgian Art Around World War I in the Collections of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts
Inga Rossi-Schrimpf & Laura Kollwelter

Illustrations

ARTISTS AT WAR AND ABROAD – ON THE FRONT AND IN EXILE

L’art en guerre ! L’État belge, mécène des artistes combattants :politique bienveillante ou nécessité impérieuse ?
Sandrine Smets

‘My heart is sore about brave Belgium’ – Artistic Exodus: Belgian Refugee Artists in Great Britain during the Great War
Caterina Verdickt

Jacob and Louise De Graaff – Patrons of Modern Belgian Artists in Exile
Laura Kollwelter


OCCUPATION – INFLUENCES ON THE ART MARKET AND THE INTERCULTURAL EXCHANGES

Belgian Art During the First World War: Exhibitions and Salons in Brussels
Werner Adriaenssens

« Rencontres interculturelles » et occupation : un nouvel élan pour les transferts culturels belgo-allemands après 1918
Christina Kott et Hubert Roland

Precursors or Followers? The German Art Scene and the Role and Image of Belgian Art Around World War I
Inga Rossi-Schrimpf


POLITICIZED ART AROUND WWI

When Flemish Nationalism, Progressivism, and Avant-Gardism Came Together: 1917-1922
Sergio Servellón

Albert Daenens (1883-1952): Belgian Artist From Brussels, Flemish Activist and French Publicist, International Anarchist and Antimilitarist Before, During and After World War I
Erik Buelinckx

 

BELGIAN ART AND THE INTERNATIONAL AVANT-GARDE OF THE 1920’S-NETWORKS

Modernist Generations in Belgium: United and Divided by Community Art
Hans Vandevoorde

The Originality of the 7 Arts’ Constructivism: The Connections to The Belgian Pre-War Art Scene
Eva Francioli

Réseaux d’artistes avant et après la guerre : le cas exemplaire de la Section d’or
Françoise Lucbert

 

BELGIAN ART AND THE INTERNATIONAL AVANT-GARDES OF THE 1920’S – CASE STUDIES

From Avant-garde to Arrière-garde? – Henry van de Velde’s Architectural Oeuvre Before and After World War I
Ole W. Fischer

‘Votre lettre m’a bien intéressée’: Marthe “Tour” Donas and the Belgian Art Scene Around 1920
Peter J.H. Pauwels

Illustrations
Abstracts
About the Authors
Bibliography
Illustration Credits
List of works shown in the exhibition 14-18. Rupture or Continuity - Belgian Art around World War I
Colophon

Format: Edited volume - paperback

Size: 230 × 170 × 25 mm

384 pages

ISBN: 9789462701366

Publication: October 04, 2018

Languages: English | French

Stock item number: 122864

Hans Vandevoorde doceert Nederlandse literatuur aan de Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Hij is medecoördinator van het Studiecentrum voor Experimentele Literatuur (SEL) en voorzitter van het Centrum voor Literatuur, Intermedialiteit en Cultuur (CLIC).
Inga Rossi-Schrimpf is the curator of modern works on paper (19th–21st century) at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and Coordinating Curator of the Fin-de-Siècle Museum, Brussels, Belgium.
Laura Kollwelter is a scientific researcher at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels.