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This year’s penultimate “Quart” begins with an article about heretics and heresy cunningly hiding under the figures of a wolf and a fox (Joanna Dobkowska-Kubacka). Not wanting, however, to immerse too much in the land possessed by demons, we return to art, which for a long time was also considered magical – to photography; in this case to one that allowed us to preserve images of people and events belonging to the world of the ancient aristocracy, found in the collection gathered by Konstanty Zamoyski in Kozłówka (Magdalena Widelska). In order to remain in the world of technology, this time close to construction and industrial architecture, we present an interesting story by Dominika Oleś about the life and work of Emil and Georg Zillmann, creators of such urban layouts in Upper Silesia as Giszowiec and Nikiszowiec, among others. Polish applied art of the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, whose outstanding manifestations were found in Zakopane, in the sanatorium of Bronisława and Kazimierz Dłuskis, which no longer exists today, is the subject of Agata Wójcik’s article. And the image of architecture, which is an inseparable, usually fantastic element of the background for the fascinating film stories showing the utopian world of the future, was described by Cezary Wąs. As we know, the end usually crowns the work and in our quarterly magazine it is a discussion of the exhibition “Rubens. The power of transformation”, which took place at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna at the turn of 2017 and 2018, and the related publication (Katarina Kolbiarz Chmelinová). I can only encourage you to reading, which will allow to recognize “wolves in sheep’s skin” as well as technical novelties that enabled the creation of old photographs, which in a world dominated by Photoshop can be an inspiring activity during shorter and shorter days and longer and longer autumn evenings.
On behalf of the Editors prof. dr hab. Waldemar Okoń
SPIS TREŚCI / TABLE OF CONTENTS:
2 Od Redakcji 3 /Joanna Dobkowska-Kubacka/ Animals as symbols of heretics in Latin European literature and art from the 9th to the 16th century Animals as symbols of heretics in Latin European literature and art from the 9th to the 16th century. Summary 20 /Magdalena Widelska/ Kulisy pracy XIX-wiecznych fotografów. Tajemnice pozowania i retuszy w wybranych portretach z kolekcji fotografii Konstantego Zamoyskiego z Kozłówki Behind the scenes of 19th-century photographers’ work. The secrets of adjusting the model’s appearance and retouching pictures as exemplified by selected portraits from the collection of Konstanty Zamoyski in Kozlowka. Summary 34 /Agata Wójcik/ Mikrokosmos polskiej sztuki stosowanej przełomu XIX i XX wieku. Wystrój wnętrz sanatorium i willi doktorostwa Bronisławy i Kazimierza Dłuskich w Zakopanem Microcosm of Polish applied art at the turn of the 19th and 20th century. The interior design of the sanatorium and villa of Drs. Bronislawa and Kazimierz Dluskis in Zakopane. Summary 66 /Dominika Oleś/ Architektura przemysłowa w twórczości Emila i Georga Zillmannów na Górnym Śląsku na początku XX wieku Indu- strial architecture designed by Emil and Georg Zillmann in Upper Silesia at the beginning of the 20th century. Summary 83 /Cezary Wąs/ The Tannhäuser Gate. Architecture in science fiction films of the second half of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century as a component of utopian and dystopian projections of the future The Tannhäuser Gate. Architecture in science fiction films of the second half of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century as a component of utopian and dystopian projections of the future. Summary 110 /Katarína Kolbiarz Chmelinová/ Rubensowa siła transformacji. Recenzja katalogu wystawy: Rubens. Kraft der Verwandlung / Rubens. The Power of Transformation, Hrsg./ed. Gerlinde Gruber, Sabine Haag, Stefan Weppelmann, Jochen Sander, Hirmer Verlag, München 2017, ss. 336 Rubens. The Power of Transforma- tion. Review of the book: Rubens. Kraft der Verwandlung / Rubens. The Power of Transformation, Hrsg./ed. Gerlinde Gruber, Sabine Haag, Stefan Weppelmann, Jochen Sander, Hirmer Verlag. München 2017, ss. 336. Summary
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