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Ecclesia und Synagoga. Das Judentum in der christlichen Kunst

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Translated title Ecclesia and Synagoga. Judaism in Christian Art
Editor & Curator

Herbert Jochum.

Imprint

Essen, Germany, 1993. 112 pp., illustrations: 22 col., 36 b&w, 24 × 17 cm. German.

ISBN

392375535X

Location

Alte Synagoge Essen (12 March–9 May 1993)

Description

A traveling photographic exhibition examining the female personifications of Church and Synagogue used in Christian art, principally in the Medieval period. Introductory essay on the evolution and meaning of these symbolic figures (Herbert Jochum). Material divided according to the nature of Synagoga’s portrayal: maligned, banished, blindfolded, or dead, each with examples in various media: sculpture, relief, manuscripts, enamel, etc. Detailed descriptive entries. 50 items.

Description

The exhibition’s showing at the Historisches Museum Saar included a selection of original objects.

main keywords

ANTISEMITIC IMAGES/OBJECTSCHRISTIAN ARTMIDDLE AGESPHOTOGRAPHSSYNAGOGA & ECCLESIA

Other venues

Historisches Museum Saar, Saarbrücken, Germany (30 January–4 April 1994); St. Sebaldus Kirche, Nuremberg, Germany (23 May–4 June 1994); Namen-Jesu-Kirche, Bonn, Germany (19 August–15 September 1994); Evangelische Stadtkirche, Moers, Germany (25 September–23 October 1994); St. Petri-Kirche, Dortmund, Germany (30 October–27 November 1994); Kultur- und Tagungsstätte Synagoge Wittlich, Germany (14 January–19 February 1995); Städtische Galerie Haus Seel, Siegen, Germany (5–31 March 1995); Evangelische Christuskirche, Heppenheim, Germany (2–17 April 1995); Evangelische Petrikirche, Leipzig, Germany (25 April–6 June 1995); Evangelisches Gemeindezentrum, Bensberg, Germany (27 August–21 September 1995); Haus der Kirche, Düsseldorf, Germany (28 September–20 October 1995); St. Anna-Kapelle, Passau, Germany (27 October–12 November 1995); Evangelisches Bildungswerk, Regensburg, Germany (16 January–16 February 1996); Thurn- und-Taxis-Scheune, Michelstadt, Germany (15–21 April 1996); Papst-Johannes-Haus, Krefeld, Germany (26 April–2 June 1996); Historischer Ratssaal, Speyer, Germany (13 June–12 July 1996); Historisches Museum Bielefeld, Germany (8 September–10 November 1996); Evangelisches Gemeindehaus, Mülheim-Saarn, Germany (14 November–1 December 1996); Rathaus Landshut, Germany (11 January–2 February 1997); Haus des Gastes, Prien, Germany (12 February–8 March 1997); Tiroler Volkskunstmuseum, Innsbruck, Austria (18 March–18 April 1997); Rathaus Graz, Austria (23 June–4 July 1997); Dreikönigskirche, Dresden, Germany (5 November–2 December 1997); Rathaus Straubing, Germany (19 March–5 April 1998); Derde Nederlandse Kerkendag, Kampen, Netherlands (25 April 1998); Evangelisches Gemeindezentrum, Nuremberg, Germany (3–28 May 1998); 93. Deutscher Katholikentag, Mainz, Germany (10–14 June 1998); Sauerlandtheater, Arnsberg, Germany (16 August–13 September 1998); Willibrordi-Dom, Wesel, Germany (16 September–8 October 1998); Evangelische Stadtkirche am Fronhof, Solingen-Ohligs, Germany (11 October–1 November 1998); St. Michaelskirche, Würzburg, Germany (8–27 November 1998); Haus der kreiskirchlichen Dienste, Gütersloh, Germany (9 December 1998–9 January 1999); Katholisches Pfarrzentrum, Hainburg, Germany (24 February–11 March 1999); Rathaus Augsburg, Germany (13–28 April 1999); Volkshochschule Weiden, Germany (9 May–6 June 1999); Jüdisches Museum Hohenems, Austria (10 September–17 October 1999); Landeskulturzentrum Ursulinenhof, Linz, Austria (20 October–20 November 1999); Museum zur Geschichte von Christen und Juden, Laupheim, Germany (11 February–26 November 2000); Kirche St. Ulrici-Brüdern Kirche, Braunschweig, Germany (14 May–30 June 2000); St. Petri Dom, Bremen, Germany (5 July–20 August 2000); Kornhaus Kempten, Germany (11 March–1 April 2001); Ehemalige Synagoge Kippenheim, Germany (19 April–20 May 2001); Rathaus Stuttgart, Germany (20 June–13 July 2001); Bürgerhaus Haigerloch, Germany (9 September–14 October 2001); Alte Synagoge Wuppertal, Germany (25 October–20 December 2001); Kulturzentrum Marstall, Ahrensburg, Germany (6 January–3 February 2002); Erzbischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum, Wien, Austria (19 February–6 April 2002); Rathaus Heidenheim, Germany (15 May–5 June 2002); Synagoge und jüdisches Museum Ermreuth, Germany (23 June–28 July 2002); Lambertikirche, Oldenburg, Germany (4 August–1 September 2002); Alte Brüderkirche, Kassel, Germany (17 September–6 October 2002); Kaufmannskirche am Anger, Erfurt, Germany (12 October–15 November 2002); Evangelische Stadtakademie Bochum, Germany (9 March–10 April 2003); Ehemalige Synagoge Celle, Germany (4 September–2 November 2003); Städtische Galerie Contact, Böblingen, Germany (9–19 November 2003); Protestantische Stadtkirche Homburg, Germany (16–31 March 2004); Evangelische Stadtkirche Bad Nauheim, Germany (9–23 March 2005); Haus der Volksarbeit, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (12 January–12 February 2006); Erlöserkirche Bad Homburg v.d.H., Germany, (18 April–21 May 2006); 96. Deutscher Katholikentag, Saarbrücken, Germany (24–28 May 2006); Kulturraum “die flora”, Gelsenkirchen, Germany (27 February–1 April 2007); Rathaus Recklinghausen, Germany (28 February–18 March 2008); Konstantin-Basilika, Trier, Germany (8 April–1 June 2008); Evangelisches Gemeindezentrum, Villach, Austria (7–30 November 2008); Stift Altenberg, Austria (1 May–26 October 2011); Evangelische Stadtkirche Michelstadt, Germany (6–15 November 2015); St. Petri-Kirche, Dortmund, Germany, (5 March–5 April 2017).

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