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The publication related to the exhibition "Shangay-Shanghai. Parallel Diversities Between East and West" is intended to offer an overview of the creative activities of Hungarians who were attached to Shanghai in the first half of the twentieth century, and evoke the image of the East that was widespread in Hungary at the time.
Viewed from some unconventional angles, and incorporating a plethora of associated artistic fields, the book examines a number of territories, topics and objects that have so far eluded closer inseption, and illustretes some of ways in which Far Eastern influences affected Hungary during the period in question, and how Western influences were conveyed, via Hungarian intermediaries, to the Orient, especially to Shanghai. The volume is diveded into nine units. The topic of these units beyond the historical background are travellers and traders, architects and construction, artist influences, films and movies, music, dance and theaters, fashions. The volume well illustrated with color and archive photos.
Authors: Balázs Ablonczy, Györgyi Fajcsák, András Ferkai, Andrea Füzes, Katalin Gellér, Virág Hársvölgyi, Béla Kelényi, Csilla Kollár, Márton Kurutz, Júlia Lenkei, Katalin Marótzy, Zita Nagy, Ágota Révész, Noémi Saly, Tibor Sándor, Panni Somi, György Szücs, Róbert Török.
Shangay-Shanghai. Parallel Diversitie Between East and West exhibition, 22 September 2017–8 April 2018.
|Szerkesztő(k)||Györgyi Fajcsák, Béla Kelényi|
|Kiadó||Museum of Fine Arts–Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts, Budapest|
|Oldalszám és illusztrációk||342 p. with illustrations|