Visual Representations of a Suppressed Tradition
The Jewish Museum Frankfurt presents The Female Side of God, based on numerous objects from cultural history and contemporary works of art. In a close reading of these works, the exhibition book introduces this hardly known and oftentimes even “suppressed tradition.” Comprehensible descriptions of these visual representations of a female deity, which can be found throughout the centuries, alternate with five essays, resulting from an interdisciplinary symposium of the research association “Religious Positionings.” A highly topical publication, comprising faith, science, and art.
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This product will be released at 15 June 2020
23,5 × 29 cm
ca. 120 colored illustrations
Languages: German, English
Eva Atlan, Michaela Feurstein-Prasser, Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, Mirjam Wenzel ( Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt)
Eva Atlan, Michaela Feurstein-Prasser, Eckart J. Gillen, Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, Moshe Idel, Angelika Neuwirth, Jochen Sander, David Sperber, Debra Wacks, Mirjam Wenzel
Formfellows, Regina Schauerte / Thomas Klöß, Frankfurt am Main
Die weibliche Seite Gottes: Visuelle Darstellungen einer verdrängten Tradition / The Female Side of God: Visual Representations of a Suppressed Tradition, Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt: 20. Oktober 2020 –14. Februar 2021