Edited by Megan Brandow-Faller and Laura Morowitz, Erasures and Eradications in Modern Viennese Art, Architecture and Design is a collection of essays that challenge the received narrative on the artists, exhibitions, and interpretations of Viennese modernism. CRAACE team members Matthew Rampley and Julia Secklehner are among the contributors.
An article by CRAACE Principal Investigator Matthew Rampley, ‘Decolonizing Central Europe: Czech Art and the Question of “Colonial Innocence”‘ has just been published in the journal Visual Resources.
A new essay by Julia Secklehner, ‘Crossing Borders and Period Boundaries in Central European Art: The Work of Anna Lesznai (ca. 1910–1930),’ has been published in the volume Rethinking Period Boundaries: New Approaches to Continuity and Discontinuity in Modern European History and Culture, edited by: Lucian George and Jade McGlynn.