Berlin Metropolis: Jews and the New Culture 1890-1918.

Berkeley: University of California Press & The Jewish Museum/ New York, 1999. Softbound. Quarto, paper covers, xx, 266 pp., b/w and color illustrations throughout, Chronology: 1890-1918, selected bibliography, index, contributors, photography credits. Very Good. Item #20290
ISBN: 0520222423

A catalog of the exhibition that took place at the Jewish Museum, New York, November 14, 1999 - April 23, 2000. Foreword by Joan Rosenbaum. Introduction by Emily D. Bilski. Articles are "The Berlin Jew as Cosmopoloitan," Paul Mendes-Flohr, "Modernism and the 'Alien Element' in German Art," Peter Paret, "The Berlin Moderns: Else Lasker-Schüler and Cafe Culture," Sigrid Bauschinger, "Images of Identity and Urban Life: Jewish Artists in Turn-of-the-Century Berlin," Bilski, "Max Liebermann as a 'Jewish' Painter: The Artist's Reception in His Time," Chana C. Schütz, "Jewish Renaissance - Jewish Modernism," Inka Bertz, "Encounters at the Margins: Jewish Salons Around 1900," Barbara Hahn, "Performing High and Low: Jews in Modern Theater, Cabaret, Revue and Film," Peter Jelavich.

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