Juhász Gabriella írása

2020. április 30. § 0 hozzászólás

review

Jó­zsef Sisa, ed. Mo­ther­land and Prog­ress: Hun­ga­ri­an Ar­chi­tec­tu­re and De­sign 1800–1900. Ba­sel: Birkhäu­ser, 2017.

Six ye­ars ago a mo­nu­men­tal work was pub­lis­hed by the Re­se­arch Cent­re for the Hu­ma­ni­ti­es of the Hun­ga­ri­an Aca­demy of Sci­en­ces and Osi­ris pub­lish­ing hou­se. It was the first part of a two-volume se­ri­es dis­cus­sing Hun­ga­ri­an art in the 19th cent­ury, with the first vo­lu­me fo­cus­ing on ar­chi­tec­tu­re and app­li­ed arts. The main edi­tors were Lász­ló Beke and Jó­zsef Sisa, whi­le the sci­en­ti­fic ad­vi­sors were Ka­ta­lin Sin­kó and Il­di­kó Nagy.
» To­vább a tel­jes szö­veg­re «