Jung Idysz


Jung Idysz
   см. Юнг Идиш

Энциклопедический словарь экспрессионизма. - М.: ИМЛИ РАН.. . 2008.

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  • “Юнг Идиш” — (“Jung Idysz”, Лодзь, 1918 1922)    существовавшая в Польше художественно литературная группа, объединившаяся вокруг задачи создания новой еврейской религиозной и светской поэзии и иконографии. Издавался одноименный журнал (три номера в 1919… …   Энциклопедический словарь экспрессионизма

  • Natan Spigel — (also: Nathan, Szpigiel/Spiegel/Szpigel) (1886 1942) was a Jewish artist painter born in Poland.[1] Spigel was a key member of the influential Expressionist group, Jung Idysz.[1] He showed throughout Europe until his internment in Radomsko ghetto …   Wikipedia

  • Gilles Rozier — (* 1963 in La Tronche im Arrondissement Grenoble) ist ein französischer Schriftsteller und Übersetzer. Er lernte Hebräisch und Jiddisch bei Rachel Ertel und arbeitete zunächst in einer Pariser Kaufhauskette. Die Begeisterung für diese Sprachen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Gilles Rozier — Gilles Rozier, né à La Tronche près de Grenoble en 1963, est un écrivain français. Il écrit des poèmes en yiddish et est également traducteur du yiddish et de l hébreu. Il est diplômé de l ESSEC et titulaire d un doctorat de littérature yiddish.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Gilles rozier — Gilles Rozier, né à La Tronche près de Grenoble en 1963, est un écrivain français. Il écrit des poèmes en yiddish et est également traducteur du yiddish et de l hébreu. Il est diplômé de l ESSEC et titulaire d un doctorat de littérature yiddish.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ADLER, JANKEL — (Jacob; 1895–1949), painter, graphic artist, and art critic. Adler was born in Tuszyn, near Łodz. As a child, he received a traditional Jewish education. In 1912, living with his uncle in Belgrade, he worked in the post office and studied to… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BARCINSKY (Barczinsky), HENRYK — (Henoch; 1896–1941?), painter and graphic artist. Barcinsky was born in Lodz, Poland. As a child, he received a traditional Jewish education and prior to World War I attended a private art school in Łodz. In 1915–16 he studied at Henryk… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BERLEWI, HENRYK — (1894–1967), painter, graphic artist, stage designer, art critic, and theorist of art. Berlewi was born in Warsaw and as a child attended a ḥeder for a short period of time. He started his art education at the Warsaw Art School (1906–9), while at …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BRAUNER, ISAAC — (Wincenty; 1887–1944), painter, graphic artist, sculptor, and stage designer. Brauner was born in Lodz, Poland, and received a traditional Jewish education. His artistic and musical gifts manifested themselves already at an early age; he attended …   Encyclopedia of Judaism


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