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София – Мюнхен.Траектории на общуването
Sofia – Munich.Communication Path

Author(s): Ruzha Marinska
Subject(s): Fine Arts / Performing Arts
Published by: Институт за изследване на изкуствата, Българска академия на науките

Summary/Abstract: The text tries to focus the problem of the cultural dialogue on the basis of well-known artistic and documentary material about the Bulgarian artists in Munich . Almost a century long – from the middle of the 19th century till the Second World War – douzens of Bulgarian artists studied, specialised or simply so - journed in the capital of Bavaria . What and how they perceived from German culture and art, how they reacted to social events, how they communicated with their German colleagues? These and some other questions are analyzed on the basis of concrete examples . Munich was an art center that of- fered exceptional as content and form cultural medium . Here are situated the Royal Academy and the private art schools, the museums with their rich collections of world art heritage and the galleries and exhibitions of modern art . Here was published the magazine Simplicissimus and a number of other journals that modeled visual perception . Mucich is the European capital that consecutively saw on its artistic scene academism and realism, Bider- maer and symbolism, expressionism, new objectivity . It is the birthplace of abstractionism . In the work of the Bulgarian artists these tendencies are perceived not in a simple manner and not always in synchrony. This communication reveals the true inner mechanism of cultural interactions that refute the model ‘center-periphery’ and sets the analysis on a wider plane, based on the structure of artistic thinking as well as the personal profile of the artist .

  • Issue Year: 2009
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 22-25
  • Page Count: 4
  • Language: Bulgarian