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Title The museum is open : towards a transnational history of museums 1750-1940 / editors Andrea Meyer, Bénédicte Savoy.

Publication Info. Berlin : De Gruyter, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (272 pages) : illustrations.
Series Contact zones, 2196-3746 ; volume 1
Contact zones (Walter de Gruyter & Co.) ; v. 1. 2196-3746
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Towards a Transnational History of Museums. An Introduction; Museums and the Transnational Circuits of Artefacts; The Ancient Near East in Storage. Assyrian Museum Objects as a Cultural Challenge in Victorian England; Competition, Exchange, Comparison. Nineteenth-Century Cast Museums in Transnational Perspective; Reproduced Art. Early Photographic Campaigns in European Collections; Cross-border Transfers of Architectural Models and Display Principles; Top Lighting from Paris in 1750; Sabine Skott A European Museum-Cocktail around 1900. The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow.
The Journal Mouseion as Means of Transnational Culture. Guglielmo Pacchioni and the Dawn of the "Modern Museum" in ItalyClose Inspections of the "Other." Commissions and Experts on Tour; Cultural Excursions; From Model Museum to the Fear of the Uhlan. Museum Relations between France and Germany during the Second Empire; Admiration and Fear. The Reports of Marius Vachon on Museums of Industrial Arts in Europe; Cosmopolitan Scholar, Servant of Art. Transnational Contexts of Igor Grabar in Early Twentieth-Century Russia; Reforming the Museum -- A Supranational Project.
Alan Crookham Art Beyond the Nation A European Vision for the National GalleryThe Journal Museumskunde -- "Another Link between the Museums of the World"; Between Museumsinsel and Manhattan. Wilhelm R. Valentiner, Ambassador and Agent of Wilhelm von Bode at the Metropolitan Museum, 1908-1914; The German Museum Curators and the International Museums Office, 1926-1937; Museums as Transnational Sites for National Identities; Building on the London 1881 Pretext; Museum as a Transnational Space for National Identities. A Case Study on the Turkish Experience.
French Art for All! Museum Projects in Africa 1912-1931 between Avant-garde and ColonialismIllustration credits; Index; Acknowledgements.
Summary Museum science, museum analysis, museum history, and museum theory - all of these composite designations have come into our parlance in recent years. Above all, this expanding terminology underscores the growing scholarly interest in museums. In this new scholarship, a recurring assertion is that as an institution, the museum has largely functioned as a venue for the formation of specifically national identities. This volume, by contrast, highlights the museum as a product of transnational processes of exchange, focusing on the period from ca. 1750 to 1940.
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Subject Museums -- History.
Museums -- Philosophy.
Museums.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History.
Added Author Meyer, Andrea, 1968-
Savoy, Bénédicte.
Other Form: Print version: Museum is open. Berlin : De Gruyter, [2014] 9783110298802 (DLC) 2014412579 (OCoLC)868558415
ISBN 9783110298826 (electronic bk.)
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