Collecting Prints, Posters, and Ephemera

Perspectives in a Global World

Dr. Ruth E. Iskin (Redaktør) ; Dr. Britany Salsbury (Redaktør)

The first study of collecting modern and contemporary fine art prints, posters, and ephemera, this book examines individual collectors and institutions interested in printed materials from a wide range of cultures. Les mer
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The first study of collecting modern and contemporary fine art prints, posters, and ephemera, this book examines individual collectors and institutions interested in printed materials from a wide range of cultures.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Figures
Series Editor's Introduction
Introduction Ruth E. Iskin and Britany Salsbury

Part I Collecting Prints
Introduction, Part I: Collecting Modern and Contemporary Prints
Britany Salsbury
1. Henrietta Louisa Koenen's (1830-81) Amsterdam Collection of Women Printmakers
Madeleine C. Viljoen
2. Loys Delteil (1869-1927): Community and Contemporary Print Collecting in Fin-de-Siecle Paris
Britany Salsbury
3. Women Collectors of Japanese Prints: The 1909-14 Paris Expositions des estampes japonaises at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs
Elizabeth Emery
4. Collecting Ukiyo-e Prints in Japan during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Shigeru Oikawa
5. Building Hemispheric Unity to Serve Corporate Identity: IBM's Collection of Prints from the Americas
Rachel Kaplan

Part II Collecting Posters and Ephemera
Introduction, Part II: Collecting Posters and Other Ephemera: From Modernity to the Digital Era
Ruth E. Iskin
6. From Commune to Commerce: Ernest Maindron's Collecting Ephemera and Posters, Late 1850s-Early 1900s
Ruth E. Iskin
7. The Maurice Rickards Collection of Ephemera
Michael Twyman
8. Hans Sachs: The Most Dedicated Collector of Posters in Germany
Kathleen Chapman
9. To Possess is to Belong: Carlos Monsivais's Collection of Ephemera and Popular Culture in Mexico City
Liliana Chavez Diaz
10. The David King Collection of Russian and Soviet Ephemera at Tate: Expanding the Museum Narrative with Ephemera
Sofia Gurevich
11. Collecting Chinese Propaganda Posters
Stefan Landsberger
12. The Cuba Poster Project: Collecting for People, not Profit
Lincoln Cushing
13. Collecting Pre- and Post-Revolution Iranian Movie Posters in the United States and in Iran
Hamid Naficy
14. The Challenge of Collecting Digital Posters and Graphics from the Web: A Roundtable Discussion
Anisa Hawes

Author Biographies

Index

Om forfatteren

Ruth E. Iskin is Professor, Department of the Arts, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

Britany Salsbury is Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, Milwaukee Art Museum, USA.