The Art and Artists of the Fifth Zionist Congress, 1901: Heralds of a New Age

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Syracuse University Press, 1 באוק׳ 2003 - 288 עמודים
Martin Buber and friends successfully lobbied the congress for inclusion of cultural Zionism into the official agenda of the Zionist organization, resulting in the establishment of the Bezalel Art Institute in Jerusalem in 1905. In the first book of its kind, Gilya Gerda Schmidt places this art exhibition in the context of political Zionism as well as anti-Semitism. Jews had been denied the opportunity to be creative, and religious Zionists feared that Jewish culture would usurp religion within the Zionist movement. Hermann Struck, an artist and Orthodox Jew, became a founding member of the religious Zionist Party, further supporting Buber's assertion that culture and religion were not at odds. The forty-eight works of art in the exhibition were created by eleven artists, all but two of whom were famous in their lifetime. Until now, their works had been largely forgotten. In the last decade, contributing artistsEphraim Lilien, Lesser Ury, Jozef Israels, Struck, and Maurycy Gottliebhave enjoyed a revival of their work.

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THE ART EXHIBITION AT THE FIFTH ZIONIST CONGRESS Artistic Creativity and the Renewal of the Jewish Spirit
FORERUNNERS Eduard Bendemann and Maurycy Gottlieb
HERMANN STRUCK The Artist of the Point and the Artistic Soul of Israel
LESSER URY On the Wings of Coloric Ecstasy and in the Depths of Human Misery
EPHRAIM MOSHE LILIEN Cultural Priest and Social Advocate
THE OTHER ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION Solomon Kischinewski Oskar Marmorek Alfred Nossig Jehudo Epstein and Alfred Lakos
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עמוד 5 - You shall not make for yourself a carved image — any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them.
עמוד 5 - But a great educational institution in Palestine, which should attract Jews of learning and ability in large numbers to carry on their work on Jewish national lines in a true Jewish spirit, without constraint or undue influence from without, might even now rejuvenate the whole people and breathe new life into Judaism and Jewish literature.

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