“Eine neue Kunst für ein altes Volk”. Die jüdische Renaissance in Berlin 1900 bis 1924

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Translated title “A New Art for an Ancient People”. The Jewish Renaissance in Berlin from 1900 until 1924
Author & Curator

Inka Bertz.


Thomas Friedrich.


Berlin, Germany, 1991. Booklet, 55 pp., illustrations: 66 b&w, 29.7 × 18.5 cm. German.


Jüdisches Museum (Abteilung des Berlin Museums) (25 September–15 December 1991)


Jewish artists, thinkers and writers active in Berlin during the first quarter of the 20th C. Foreword by Vera Bendt and Rolf Bothe. Numerous individual sections on topics such as: the role of Berlin, Ephraim Moses Lilien and the Iconography of Zionism, Joseph Budko, Lesser Ury and the Rebirth of the Hebrew Myth, Russian-Jewish Artists in Berlin, etc. Basic entries. 125 items.

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Book illustrationGermanyLilien, Ephraim M.Painters, JewishStruck, HermannZionism

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