Holocaust Memorials, Museums, Remembrances, Theory

 

Anon., "The Fractured Memory of the Holocaust," L'Architettura 40 (December 1994): 888-90.

 

Anon., "Ein neues Denkmal in Bayerischen Viertel," Kunstforum International, no 128 (Oct.-Dec. 1994): 92-95.

 

Amishai-Maisels, Ziva. Depiction and Interpretation: The Influence of the Holocaust on the Visual Arts. Oxford and New York, 1993.

 

Amelunxen, Hubertus von. "Die Darstellung des Anonymen," Fotogeschichte 14, no. 54 (1994): 69-70

 

Angelika, Stephen. "Amnon Barzel: Über das Berliner Holocaust-Denkmal," Neue Bildende Kunst 3 (June-August 1995): 36-38.

 

Arend, Ingo. "Die Erinnerung der Orte," Kunstforum International 128 (October/December 1994): 434-435.

 

Baigell, Matthew. Jewish-American Artists & the Holocaust. New Brunswick, N.J., 1997.

 

Baigell, Matthew. "Segal's Holocaust Memorial, Art in America 71, no. 6 (Summer 1983): 134-136.

 

Berman, Avis.  "Art Spiegelman: The Maus that Roared," ARTnews 92, no. 5 (May 1993): 63-64.

 

Bodek, Andrzej, ed. Reminiszenzen: ein Environment von Prof. Józef Szajna zum 50. Jahrestag der Befreiung von Auschwitz-Birkenau. Frankfurt am Main, 1995.

 

Bohm-Duchen, Monica, ed. After Auschwitz: Responses to the Holocaust in Contemporary Art. London, 1995.

 

Braham, Randolph L., ed. Reflections of the Holocaust in Art and Literature. New York, 1990.

 

Chicago, Judy. Holocaust Project: from Darkness into Light. New York, 1993.

 

Cone, Michele C., "Memorializing the Holocaust," Art Journal 53, no. 1 (Spring 1994): 102-103.

 

Dickel, Hans. "Ein Künstler als Sammler im Museum: Christian Boltanskis Multiple "the missing house," Museums-Journal 6, no. 2 (April 1992): 65-67.

 

Duffy, Terence. "The Holocaust museum concept, Museum International 49 (January-March 1997): 54-58.

 

Eckhoff, Audun, "Death Worth a Mass," Siksi, no. 2 (1994): 21-22.

 

Eachus, Paul. "Lily Markiewicz: Imperial War Museum," Creative Camera, no. 334 (June/July 1995): 41.

 

Farmer, Sarah. "Symbols that face two ways: commemorating the victims of Nazism and Stalinism at Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen," Representations 49 (Winter 1995): 97-119.

 

Feinstein, Stephen C., ed. Witness & Legacy: Contemporary Art about the Holocaust. Minneapolis, 1995.

 

Fischer, Eva. Eva Fischer: labirinti della memoria: opera dal 1946 al 1989. Tel Aviv, 1989.

 

Fischer, Manfred F. and Volker Konerding. "Das ehemalige Konzentrationslager Neuengamme bei Hamburg," Deutsche Kunst und Denkmalpflege 47 (no. 1, 1989): 79-87.

 

Flacke, Monika. "Das Konzept Geschichte in der zeitgenössischen Kunst," Kritische Berichte 20, no. 2 (1992): 26-46.

 

Fluek, Toby Knobel. Memories of My Life in a Polish Village, 1930-1949. New York, 1990.

 

Furth, Valerie Jakober. Cabbages & Geraniums: Memories of the Holocaust. Boulder and New York: Social Science Monographs, distributed by Columbia University Press, 1989.

 

Gasiorowski, Eugeniusz. "Die Ruine als Gedenkstätte und Mahnmal," Österreichische Zeitschrift für Kunst und Denkmalpflege 33, nos. 3-4 (1979): 81-90.

 

Grynberg, Henryk. "The Holocaust in Polish Literature." Notre Dame English Journal 11, no. 2 (April 1979).

 

Hartman, Geoffrey, ed.  Holocaust Remebrance: The Shaping of Memory. Oxford and Cambridge, Mass., 1994

 

Hendel, Tamar. Life with Death: drawings and life stories by child Holocaust survivors. Bethesda, Md., 1996.

 

Hoffmann, Detlef. "Fotografierte Lager: Überlegungen zu einer Fotogeschichte deutscher Konzentrationslager," Fotogeschichte 14, no. 54 (1994): 3-20.

 

Hoffmann, Detlef.  "Erinnerungsarbeit der 'zweiten und dritten' Generation und Spurensuche in der zeitgenössischen Kunst," Kritische Berichte 16, no. 2 (1988): 31-46.

 

Hoffmann, Thomas. "Der Tod ist ein Meister aus Deutschland," Daidalos, no. 38 (15 Dec. 1990): 100-105.

 

The Holocaust: Lessons for the Third Generation. Lanham, Md., 1997.

 

The Holocaust: Images and Reality. [exhibition catalog] Durham, N.C.1992.

Hopkinson, Amanda. "Through the Past Darkly," British Journal of Photography 141 (June 1994): 26.

 

Hornsten, Marla Rachel. "Holocaust Representation: A Critical Analysis of Art Spiegelman's Maus,"  M.A. Thesis, Claremont Graduate School, 1995.

 

Huener, Jonathan. “German Deeds. Polish Soil. Jewish Shoah: Auschwitz Memory and the Politics of Commemoration.” Doctoral Diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998.

 

Inheriting the Holocaust. [videorecording]. St. Paul, Minn., 1994.

 

Johnson, Ken. "Art and Memory," Art in America 81, no. 11 (Nov. 1993): 90-99.

 

Knesl, John, "Re:assemblage: accidental classicists: Freed in Washington, Libeskind in Berlin," Assemblage no. 16,  (December 1991): 98-101.

 

[Komski, Jan]. Auschwitz Eyewitness. The Artwork of Jan Komski. Houston, 1998.

 

Kunst und Literatur nach Auschwitz. Berlin, 1993.

 

Lacome, Myer. The Holocaust and After? An exhibition of drawings and paintings by Myer Lacome. Scotland, 1995.

 

Lewis, Stephen. Art out of Agony: The Holocaust Theme in Literature, Sculpture and Film: Stephen Lewis in conversation with Ahron Appelfeld... Montreal, New York: CBC Enterprises/les enterprises Radio-Canada, 1984.

 

Liberman, Judith. The Holocaust Wall Hangings. Jerusalem, 1992.

 

Lichtenstein, Jacqueline and Gerard Wajcman. "Wir wissen, dass das Verdrangte uns immer verfolgt,” Kunstforum International, no. 128 (Oct.-Dec. 1994): 197-201.

 

Lionel, Richard. L’Art et la Guerre: les artistes confrontés à la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Paris, 1995.

 

Liss,  Andrea. "Trespassing Through Shadows: History, Memory and Photography in Contemporary Representations of the Holocaust.”  Doctoral Diss., University of California-Los Angeles, 1996.

 

Mahnmale des Holocaust: Motive, Rituale und Statten des Gedenkens. Munich, 1994.

 

Meisenheimer, Wolfgang.  "Unauslöschbare Erinnerungen an den SS-Staat: Ulrich Rückriems Stelen in Düren," Daidalos 34 (December 1989): 80-83.

 

Melrod, George, "Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial," Sculpture 11, no. 5 (Sept.-Oct. 1992): p. 18-19.

 

Milton, Sybil. In Fitting Memory: The Art and Politics of Holocaust Memorials. Detroit, 1991.

 

Offe, Sabine, "Sites of Remembrance? Jewish Museums in Contemporary Germany," Jewish Social Studies 3, no 2 (Winter 1997): 77-89.

 

Piburn, Gregg. "Dee Clements: the Desert Holocaust Memorial," Southwest Art 24 (May 1995): 88-94.

 

Proposal for a Holocaust Memorial. Louisville, Ky., 1984.

 

Robins, Corinne. "Robert Morris: Death and Picture Frames," Arts Magazine 62, no. 9 (May 1988): 74-75.

 

Ryback, Timothy W. "Between Art and Atrocity," ARTnews 92, no. 10 (Dec. 1993): 116-121.

 

Shevalev, Raphael. "Liberating the Ghosts," Photographic Journal 134 (Sept. 1994): 326-31.

 

Schwabsky, Barry. "Art Spiegelman: An Exquisite Sense of Balance," Art Press, no. 194 (Sept. 1994): 27-32.

 

Spiegelman, Art. Maus: A Survivor's Tale. New York, 1986.

 

Spiegelman, Art. Maus II: A Survivor's Tale and Here My Troubles Began. New York, 1991.

 

Spielmann, Jochen. "Steine des Anstosses: Denkmale in Erinnerung an den Nationalsozialismus in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland," Kritische Berichte 16, (no. 3, 1988): 5-16.

 

Spielmann, Jochen. Entwürfe zur Sinngebung des Sinnlosen. Zu einer Theorie des Denkmals als Manifestation des "kulturellen Gedächtnisses." Der Wettbewerb für ein Denkmal für Auschwitz. Berlin, 1990.

 

Steinhauser, Monika. "Erinnerungsarbeit: zu Jochen Gerz' Mahnmalen," Daidalos, no. 49 (15 September 1993): 104-113.

 

Stepken, Angelika. "Amnon Barzel über das Berliner Holocaust-Denkmal," Neue bildende Kunst 5, no. 3 (June-August 1995): 36-38.

 

Steyn, Juliet. "Points of Departure," Women's Art Magazine, no. 63 (March-April 1995): 19-20.

 

[Szajna, Józef] Józef Szajna. Appell: Geschichtszeichen und Kunstwerk in der Dauerausstellung zur Geschichte des Konzentrationslagers Buchenwald. Weimar, 1995

 

Till, Karen Elizabeth.  "Places and the Politics of Memory: A Geo-Ethnography of Museums and Memorials in Berlin." Doctoral Diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996.

 

Triester, Kenneth. A Sculpture of Love and Anguish: The Holocaust Memorial, Miami Beach, Florida. New York, 1993.

 

Wiedmer, Caroline Alice. The Claims of Memory: Representations of the Holocaust in Contemporary Germany and France. Ithaca, 1999.

 

Wiedmer, Caroline Alice. "Reconstructing Sites: Representations of the Holocaust in Postwar Literary, Cinematic and Memorial Texts." Doctoral Diss., Princeton University, 1994.

 

Witness and Legacy: Contemporary Art about the Holocaust. Minneapolis: Lerner Publishing Co. Minnesota Museum of American Art, 1996

 

Witness and Legacy: Contemporary Art about the Holocaust. [videocassette]. Minneapolis: Minnesota Museum of American Art, 1996.

 

Young, James E. "The counter-monument: memory against itself in Germany today," Critical Inquiry 18, no. 2 (Winter 1992): 267-296.

 

Young, James E.  The Texture of Memory: Holocaust Memorials and Meaning. New Haven, 1993.

 

Young, James E.  The Art of Memory: Holocaust Memorials  in History. New York and Munich, 1994.

 

Young, James E. At Memory’s Edge: After-Images of the Holocaust in Contemporary Art and Literature, New Haven, 2000.