A roma képzőművészet korunk modernitásának kontextusában a jelenkor önreprezentációja = Roma art in the contemporary society /

The objective of the current paper is defining of the notion of fine art of the Roma minority with an overview of its short history as for the largest population of ethnicity who more than six centuries living in Hungary. Apart from the definition of Roma Art, I am discussing the processes of change...

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Main Author: Illés Barbara
Format: Article
Published: 2018
Series:Belvedere Meridionale 30 No. 3
Kulcsszavak:Képzőművészet - cigány, Cigányság - Magyarország
doi:10.14232/belv.2018.3.5

Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/55908
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Summary:The objective of the current paper is defining of the notion of fine art of the Roma minority with an overview of its short history as for the largest population of ethnicity who more than six centuries living in Hungary. Apart from the definition of Roma Art, I am discussing the processes of change and the self-representation of the present, mainly from the aspect of the artist, the ethnic classification of Roma identity through self-confessions. I set up the Roma Art scene based on traditions, then the Modern Hungarian-Roma Fine Arts that emerged from it, and finally define the categories of Professional Fine Art in relation to each other and to their association with Hungarian Fine Art and European Gypsy Art and Universal Art. Apart from the interpretation of Roma Art, the study offers an opportunity for contemporary artists to get more accurate and detailed knowledge and to understand and evaluate their works more closely and sophisticated.
Physical Description:92-104
ISSN:1419-0222