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The Resource Tailored for freedom : the artistic dress around 1900 in fashion, art, and society, edited by Ina Ewers-Schultz and Magdalena Holzhey ; with essays by Friederike Berger, Christian Brandstätter, Burcu Dogramaci, Ina Ewers-Schultz, Isa Fleischmann-Heck, Inga Ganzer, Juliane Hahn, Christiane Heiser, Magdalena Holzhey, Antje Neumann, Patricia Ober, Thorsten Scheer, and Karin Thönnissen

Tailored for freedom : the artistic dress around 1900 in fashion, art, and society, edited by Ina Ewers-Schultz and Magdalena Holzhey ; with essays by Friederike Berger, Christian Brandstätter, Burcu Dogramaci, Ina Ewers-Schultz, Isa Fleischmann-Heck, Inga Ganzer, Juliane Hahn, Christiane Heiser, Magdalena Holzhey, Antje Neumann, Patricia Ober, Thorsten Scheer, and Karin Thönnissen

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Tailored for freedom : the artistic dress around 1900 in fashion, art, and society
Title
Tailored for freedom
Title remainder
the artistic dress around 1900 in fashion, art, and society
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edited by Ina Ewers-Schultz and Magdalena Holzhey ; with essays by Friederike Berger, Christian Brandstätter, Burcu Dogramaci, Ina Ewers-Schultz, Isa Fleischmann-Heck, Inga Ganzer, Juliane Hahn, Christiane Heiser, Magdalena Holzhey, Antje Neumann, Patricia Ober, Thorsten Scheer, and Karin Thönnissen
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eng
Summary
Though often seen today as a mere expression of individuality, fashion around 1900 became synonymous with the physical and social emancipation of women. Reform movements at the turn of the century strove to achieve a unity of art and life, inspiring artists to experiment with how the design of women's dresses could do more than decorate, cover, and constrict. The clothing designs of famous artists like Heinrich Vogeler, Henry van de Velde, Josef Hoffmann, and Sonia Delaunay revealed both a new aesthetic and a new attitude to the role of women. Their loose forms, flowing fabrics, bold colors, and geometric and floral patterns liberated wearers from the social convention of decades past
Cataloging source
AVA
Dewey number
709.04
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
GT523
LC item number
.T35 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1976-
  • 1970-
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  • Ewers-Schultz, Ina
  • Holzhey, Magdalena
  • Berger, Friederike
  • Brandstätter, Christian
  • Dogramaci, Burcu
  • Fleischmann-Heck, Isa
  • Ganzer, Inga
  • Hahn, Juliane
  • Heiser, Christiane
  • Neumann, Antje
  • Ober, Patricia
  • Scheer, Thorsten
  • Thönnissen, Karin
  • Krefelder Kunstmuseen (Germany)
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  • Women's clothing
  • Dresses
  • Fashion and art
  • Fashion
  • Fashion in art
  • Clothing and dress in art
  • Gesellschaft
  • Kleid
  • Kunst
  • Mode
  • Dresses
  • Fashion and art
  • Fashion in art
  • Fashion
  • Women's clothing
  • Europe
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Tailored for freedom : the artistic dress around 1900 in fashion, art, and society, edited by Ina Ewers-Schultz and Magdalena Holzhey ; with essays by Friederike Berger, Christian Brandstätter, Burcu Dogramaci, Ina Ewers-Schultz, Isa Fleischmann-Heck, Inga Ganzer, Juliane Hahn, Christiane Heiser, Magdalena Holzhey, Antje Neumann, Patricia Ober, Thorsten Scheer, and Karin Thönnissen
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Note
Published to accompany an exhibition held at Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Kaiser Wilhelm Museum, Krefeld, Germany, 12th October 2018-24th February 2019
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 258-273)
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Closely tied: the Krefeld Museum director Friedrich Deneken and his European network
  • Inga Ganzer
  • "The fairies have strewn flowers along the way": the textile designer and Gesamtkünstler Henry van de Velde and his Weimar circle
  • Antje Neumann
  • "The highest intelligence in the freest body!": modern dance as a symbiosis of body and costume
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
  • New shapes and decors.
  • Making an appearance: the fashion frenzy and "new style" in women's clothing around 1900
  • Isa Fleischmann-Heck
  • "The artistic elevation of women's dress": Krefeld 1900 and its consequences
  • Foreword
  • Magdalena Holzhey
  • "A miracle how preciously the people here understand their work in silk": Johan Thorn Prikker as a textile artist: from Batik to Krefeld artists' silk
  • Christiane Heiser
  • Kimono & Co.: the influence of Japan as well as historical and regional garments on fashion around 1900
  • Isa Fleischmann-Heck
  • Ambivalent gender roles.
  • "Since not all women, even if they have taste, are able to invent suitable ornaments": women and their clothes between decoration and emancipation
  • Magdalena Holzhey
  • "The essential thing is the individual adaptation to the wearer": Anna Muthesius's Das Eigenkleid der Frau
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
  • Katia Baudin
  • "Antineutral clothing for men": the artistic reform of men's wear
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
  • The body under the clothes: nude photography of women in the context of clothing reform
  • Patricia Ober
  • Staging and communication.
  • Posing for a new world: artistic dresses and how they were communicated
  • Burcu Dogramaci
  • The Wiener Werkstätte and the fashion reform
  • Christian Brandstätter
  • "The art of clothing oneself must be popularized": the artistic reform dress as an ideal, an aesthetic, and consumer culture
  • Introduction:
  • Friederike Berger
  • The Omega Workshops: painting in space
  • Karin Thönnissen
  • Looking back and ahead.
  • "Deeds not words": on the political iconography of women's dress
  • Thorsten Scheer
  • Skirt and rib: bodies in the gaze
  • Julian Hahn
  • "There are fears of some sort of revolution"
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz and Magdalena Holzhey
  • The dress as a work of art.
  • The dress as a work of art, beauty as a weapon, and the concept of the Gesamtkunstwerk: on a new understanding of art around 1900
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
Control code
1043363451
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
288 pages
Isbn
9783777431123
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), portraits
Publisher number
Bestellnummer: 3112
System control number
(OCoLC)1043363451
Label
Tailored for freedom : the artistic dress around 1900 in fashion, art, and society, edited by Ina Ewers-Schultz and Magdalena Holzhey ; with essays by Friederike Berger, Christian Brandstätter, Burcu Dogramaci, Ina Ewers-Schultz, Isa Fleischmann-Heck, Inga Ganzer, Juliane Hahn, Christiane Heiser, Magdalena Holzhey, Antje Neumann, Patricia Ober, Thorsten Scheer, and Karin Thönnissen
Publication
Copyright
Note
Published to accompany an exhibition held at Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Kaiser Wilhelm Museum, Krefeld, Germany, 12th October 2018-24th February 2019
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 258-273)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Closely tied: the Krefeld Museum director Friedrich Deneken and his European network
  • Inga Ganzer
  • "The fairies have strewn flowers along the way": the textile designer and Gesamtkünstler Henry van de Velde and his Weimar circle
  • Antje Neumann
  • "The highest intelligence in the freest body!": modern dance as a symbiosis of body and costume
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
  • New shapes and decors.
  • Making an appearance: the fashion frenzy and "new style" in women's clothing around 1900
  • Isa Fleischmann-Heck
  • "The artistic elevation of women's dress": Krefeld 1900 and its consequences
  • Foreword
  • Magdalena Holzhey
  • "A miracle how preciously the people here understand their work in silk": Johan Thorn Prikker as a textile artist: from Batik to Krefeld artists' silk
  • Christiane Heiser
  • Kimono & Co.: the influence of Japan as well as historical and regional garments on fashion around 1900
  • Isa Fleischmann-Heck
  • Ambivalent gender roles.
  • "Since not all women, even if they have taste, are able to invent suitable ornaments": women and their clothes between decoration and emancipation
  • Magdalena Holzhey
  • "The essential thing is the individual adaptation to the wearer": Anna Muthesius's Das Eigenkleid der Frau
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
  • Katia Baudin
  • "Antineutral clothing for men": the artistic reform of men's wear
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
  • The body under the clothes: nude photography of women in the context of clothing reform
  • Patricia Ober
  • Staging and communication.
  • Posing for a new world: artistic dresses and how they were communicated
  • Burcu Dogramaci
  • The Wiener Werkstätte and the fashion reform
  • Christian Brandstätter
  • "The art of clothing oneself must be popularized": the artistic reform dress as an ideal, an aesthetic, and consumer culture
  • Introduction:
  • Friederike Berger
  • The Omega Workshops: painting in space
  • Karin Thönnissen
  • Looking back and ahead.
  • "Deeds not words": on the political iconography of women's dress
  • Thorsten Scheer
  • Skirt and rib: bodies in the gaze
  • Julian Hahn
  • "There are fears of some sort of revolution"
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz and Magdalena Holzhey
  • The dress as a work of art.
  • The dress as a work of art, beauty as a weapon, and the concept of the Gesamtkunstwerk: on a new understanding of art around 1900
  • Ina Ewers-Schultz
Control code
1043363451
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
288 pages
Isbn
9783777431123
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), portraits
Publisher number
Bestellnummer: 3112
System control number
(OCoLC)1043363451

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