"Censorship in Polish art after 1989 is the first study which comprehensively analyzes the problems of restricting the freedom of artistic expression in the Third Polish Republic. On over 1,000 pages, the authors draw a legal, social, historical and, finally, artistic background to the issue. The first volume contains an analysis of the issues of freedom of artistic expression in the Polish legal system, against the background of international context. The second volume is an attempt to narrate the history of censorship in Polish art after 1989. Based on the collected factographic material, the author captures the characteristic qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the phenomenon studied in time. He enters his considerations in a wider social, political, artistic and media context, at the same time pointing to symbolic breakthroughs, precedents, sequences or correlations of events. The book closes the list of censorship cases."-- Provided by publisher.
Translation of: Cenzura w sztuce polskiej po 1989 roku. Original Polish published in two volumes. English translation is one volume.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Print version: Dąbrowski, Jakub, 1977- Cenzura w sztuce polskiej po 1989 roku. English. Censorship in Polish art after 1989. Oakville, Ontario : Mosaic Press, 2019