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„The Romanian Avant-garde between Bucharest, Paris and Tel-Aviv”

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

„The Romanian Avant-garde between Bucharest, Paris and Tel-Aviv”

Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Mount Scopus, 12-14 Dec. 2010

PROGRAM

Sunday, December 12, Beth Mayersdorf

17.00  Opening Session

Greetings

Moshe Idel, Moshe Taube, Gina Pană, Ditza  Goshen

Opening session

17.00 – 19.00

Ion Pop: L’avangarde roumaine: tendences, évolutions, posterité

Moshe Idel: Kabbala and Avant-garde: Some preliminary remarks

Cocktail

Monday, December 13, Rabin Building (3rd floor, room 3001)

Session One

9.30 – 11. 00

Chair: Augustin Ioan

Ovidiu Morar: The cosmopolitan aspects of the Romanian Avant-garde

Camelia Crăciun:  „Marginal rebels versus mainstream critics: the dilemma

of the Emancipation generation”.

Cosana Nicolae Eram: Isidore Isou’s Long Journey towards Himself

Session Two (in French)

11.30 -13.00

Chair: Cyril Aslanov

Petre Răileanu: Gherasim Luca, un nom et un égarement

Marilena Braester: Ilarie Voronca – poète du  parfait bonheur (autour dePetit manuel

du parfait bonheur”)

Discussant: Ion Pop

Lunch

Session Three

15.00-16.30

Chair: Paul Cernat

Cyril Aslanov: Paul Celan from Avant-gardism to Post-modernism

Michael Finkenthal : Benjamin Fondane, Sesto Pals: interferences with the Avant-garde

On Sesto Pals – an interview with Lucy Metsch-Sestopali (short documentary, in

Romanian, presented by Costel Safirman)

Session Four

17.00-19.00

Marcel Janco: The Avant-garde architecture

Augustin Ioan: Actuality of Marcel Iancu’s unbuilt architectural work

Simona Or-Munteanu and Iris Aravot (Adviser): Was the Interbellum Modernism of

Romanian Jewish architects a quest for Avant-garde?

Marcel Janco – the last image (Israeli documentary presented by Costel Safirman)

Reception

Tuesday, December 14

Session Five

9.30 – 13.00

Chair: Leon Volovici

Jewish artists and writers in Romanian Avant-garde

Paul Cernat : The Jews in Romanian Avant-garde: between the consciousness

of periphery and internationalization

Radu Stern: Why so many Jews?

Vlad Solomon: Jewish identity and Zionism: Marcel Janco

Milly Heyd: Between universalism and particularism: Tristan Tzara and Marcel Ianco

Special Lecture:

Tom Sandquist:  Aspects of Jewish influence on Central and Eastern European

Modernism: Synthatism Versus Stylistic Purity

Lunch

16.00

Concluding Round-table: The Romanian avant-garde: Periphery and Center

Michael Finkenthal (moderator), Paul Cernat, Ovidiu Morar, Ion Pop, Petre Răileanu, Leon Volovici

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