|Translated title||The Right of the Image. Jewish Perspectives in Modern Art|
|Editors & Curators||
Hans Guenter Golinski, Sepp Hiekisch-Picard.
Bochum, Germany, 2003. 383 pp., illustrations: 124 col., 88 b&w, 28 × 24 cm. German.
Museum Bochum (21 September 2003–4 January 2004)
A monumental study of Jewish art (principally painting), from the 19th C onward. 19 essays on a wide variety topics, including Jewish thoughts on art after 1945 (Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek), the biblical prohibition against images (Michel Garel), 8 Hebrew illuminated manuscripts (Milly Heyd), Self-portraits (Annette Weber), Jewish artists and the “School of Paris” (Ziva Amishai-Maisels), the Jewish Jesus (Erik Riedel), etc. Biographies of artists. Unnumbered list of works according to artist. 206 items.
Exhibition leaflet with description of the show’s main themes: the biblical prohibition against images, between emancipation and assimilation, the “Jewish Renaissance” in Berlin, self-representation, exile and Holocaust, modern iconoclasm, irony and subversion, etc. 16 pp., 9 col. illus., 18 × 12 cm.