Amsterdam University Press

Dominique Bauer, Camilla Murgia (red.)

Ephemeral Spectacles, Exhibition Spaces and Museums

1750-1918

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This book examines ephemeral exhibitions from 1750 to 1918. In an era of acceleration and elusiveness, these transient spaces functioned as microcosms in which reality was shown, simulated, staged, imagined, experienced and known. They therefore had a dimension of spectacle to them, as the volume demonstrates. Against this backdrop, the different chapters deal with a plethora of spaces and spatial installations: the Wunderkammer, the spectacle garden, cosmoramas and panoramas, the literary space, the temporary museum, and the alternative exhibition space.
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Redacteurs

Dominique Bauer

Dominique Bauer is Assistant Professor of History at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Leuven, Belgium, and a member of the Centre d’Analyse Culturelle de la Première Modernité at the Université Catholique de Louvain.

Camilla Murgia

Camilla Murgia is Junior Lecturer in History of Art at the University of Lausanne.