Stedelijk Studies 9: Modernism in Migration

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Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Fine Arts, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Modern European History / Studies

Stedelijk Studies #9 – Modernism in Migration: Relocating Artists, Objects, and Ideas, 1910–1970 
Volume 9 (Fall 2019) 
Stedelijk Studies is a high-quality peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. The journal aims to reach an international audience of (young) academics, art professionals, artists, and others interested in the field of contemporary art theory. It is our goal to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed academic research related to the Stedelijk collection, exploring institutional history, museum studies (e.g., education and conservation practice), and current topics in the field of visual arts and design. 
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Modernism in Migration 
By Gregor Langfeld and Tessel M. Bauduin
Exile and Modernism: Theoretical and Methodological Reflections on the Exile of Artists in the 1930s and ’40s 
By Sabine Eckmann 

Modern Group Portraits in New York Exile: Community and Belonging in the Work of Arthur Kaufmann and Hermann Landshoff 
By Burcu Dogramaci 

“My Old Mother” – Therese Graf in New York: Exile, the Transatlantic Itinerary of a Photographic Portrait, and Strong History “from below” 
By Eva-Maria Troelenberg 

A New Woman’s Exile in Buenos Aires: Grete Stern’s Photomontages between Feminism and Popular Culture 
By Christina Wieder 

“École de Paris” In and Out of Paris (1925–1945): A Transregional Perspective on the Exhibitions on the “School of Paris” in Venice, Cambridge, Recife, São Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro 
By Annabel Ruckdeschel 

From São Paulo to Paris and Back Again: Tarsila do Amaral 
By Camila Maroja 

Cubism in Iran: Jalil Ziapour and the Fighting Rooster Association 
By Katrin Nahidi 

Art and Artists Crossing Borders: Untold Stories of the First Iraqi Art Exhibition in the USSR 
By Olga Nefedova 

“Primitivism” in Migration: Ambivalence and Locality in South African Modernism 
By Lisa Hörstmann 

A Transnational Socialist Solidarity: Chittaprosad’s Prague Connection 
By Simone Wille 


A Gentle Breeze Passed Over Us (still), 2017 
By Pınar Öğrenci 


Beatrice von Bormann (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam) 
Sjoukje van der Meulen (Utrecht University) 
Rachel Esner (University of Amsterdam)  
Mette Gieskes (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen) 
Bram Ieven (Leiden University) 
Fieke Konijn (VU University Amsterdam) 
Gregor Langfeld (University of Amsterdam) 
Joana Ozorio de Almeida Meroz (VU University Amsterdam) 
Claartje Rasterhoff (University of Amsterdam) 
Patrick van Rossem (Utrecht University) 
Vivian van Saaze (Maastricht University) 
Nathalie Zonnenberg (Open University)