This book is the first comprehensive study of the path-breaking exhibition "Meisterwerke muhammedanischer Kunst" held in Munich in 1910. It offers new ideas and unpublished material on the exhibition's historical context, organization, display, reception in the West and its later influence on the study of Islamic art.
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Andrea Lermer, Ph.D. (2002) in Art History, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munich, has been trained as a museum curator in Munich and New York and is currently Assistant Professor at the Institute of Art History at LMU Munich. Among her publications is the monograph Der gotische "Dogenpalast" in Venedig, (2005). Avinoam Shalem, Ph.D. (1996) University of Edinburgh, is Professor for the History of Islamic Art at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munich and Fellow at the Kunsthistorische Institut in Florenz. He has published extensively on Islamic and Jewish art including Islam Christianized (second. ed. 1998); The Oliphant (2004); Facts and Artefacts: Art in the Islamic World. Festschrift for Jens Kroger on his 65th Birthday (2007). Contributors include Claus-Peter Haase, Annette Hagedorn, Amely Haslauer, Robert Hillenbrand, Joachim Kaak, Lorenz Korn, Steffen Kramer, Klaus Kreiser, Jens Kroger, Andrea Lermer, Suzanne Marchand, Stephen Vernoit, David J. Roxburgh, Avinoam Shalem, and Eva-Maria Troelenberg.
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