Artium Quaestiones XXIX


Charlotta Krisspinson, Temptation, Resistance, and Art Objects: On the Lack of Material Theory Within Art History Before the Material Turn, p. 5

Vera Simone Schulz, Das Parlament der Dinge: transmateriale und transmediale Dynamiken, Bild-Ding-Relationenund ,,Meta-Artefakt-Malerei”, p. 25

Olaya Sanfuentes, Latin American Popular Art in a Museum: How Things Become Art, p. 63

Agnieszka Rejniak-Majewska, Handy Images, Telling Objects. The Rhetoric of Objectivity in Ozenfant’s  and Le Corbusier’s  „L’Esprit Nouveau”, p. 91

Jan Piotr Cieślak, Wiktor Kozioł, Magdalena Kunińska, „The whole World  life itself “. The role of the Matter in Tadeusz Kantor’s Painting in 1945-1964, p. 121

Weronika Kobylińska-Bunsch, Materiality of the Light Record. On the Things of Jerzy Lewczyński’s Oeuvre , p. 161

Konrad Morawski, Is a “World of Things” Possible Without Things? The Problem of Studying Inventories of Property in Art History, p. 187


Anna Markowska, “Things from Warsaw” – a New Part of the Museum of the City of Warsaw, p. 209


Dietmar Rübel, Things become Art – Things Make Art. On the Behaviour of Obstinate Obcjects (Translated by Mariusz Bryl), p. 229

Briony Fer, Art Without End  (przeł. Filip Lipiński), p. 259


Tomasz Wujewski, Colossus od Rhodes: Where It Stood and How It Was Made, p. 289

Witold Miedziak, Churches Founded by the Rozdrażewski Family Problems of Style and the Meanings of Form, p. 321

Ewelina Wojdak, Photogrammetry in the Web of the Politics and Business. Albrecht Maydenbauer in the Region of Poznań in 1885 and 1887, p. 349

Jakub Dąbrowski, Producing Aesthetics, Producing Subject. The Begining of “Thaw” and Freedom in the Visual Arts as Exemplified by the “Arsenał” Exhibition, p. 381

Magdalena Radomska, Transformations in th Art of the Post-Communist Europe, p. 409

Authors’ Bio, p. 438     
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