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Your Wounds

Concepts of the Passion in Traditional Christian Imagery and the Visual Art of Modernism
In this catalogue, which accompanies an exhibition of the same name, traditional Christian Passion piety is compared with a current and contemporary realisation of the theme of pain in art. Fascinating parallels and contexts emerge. With the depiction of the Passion of Jesus, the wound has a long tradition in Christian culture as a symbol of pain. This continues to prevail right up to the art of the 20th/21st century: After the experience of two world wars, the portrayal of trauma and suffering has become one of the most important themes in Western culture and is constantly reinterpreted and updated.

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"Your Wounds"

May 2014

ISBN 978-3-86678-993-7

18,50 x 25,00 cm

280 Pages

89 colored and 3 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German


Reinhard Hoeps and Richard Hoppe-Sailer
Dorothee Böhm, Angelika Böttcher, Patrick Dohndorf, Gesine Emmerich, Erich Franz, Patricia Hartmann, Esther Ulli Heckmann, Reinhard Hoeps, Pia Honikel, Richard Hoppe-Sailer, Marika Janowiak, Antonia Koch, Alexander Linke, Mirjam Meyer, Anna Oppenhoff, Lena Rehring, Kristin Riepenhoff, Sarah Wöhler

graphic design
Heide von Berswordt-Wallrabe, Bochum

Exhibition: "Deine Wunden. Passionsimaginationen in christlicher Bildtradition und Bildkonzepte in der Kunst der Moderne", 25.4. – 31.8.2014, Kunstsammlungen der Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Situation Kunst (für Max Imdahl)