יוני 2016

הספרייה מציעה לקוראיה מידי חודש רשימת ספרים וכתבי-עת חדשים שנוספו לאוספיה כל רשומה מכילה: מס' מיון, מחבר, כותר, מוציא לאור, שנת הוצאה , נושאים ומס' מערכת. לפרטים נוספים של הספר יש ללחוץ על תמונת העטיפה. כדי לראות מצב ההשאלות יש ללחוץ על כותר.


East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 2011 
Human imitation: historical, philosophical, and scientific perspectives / Scott R. Garrels -- From universal mimesis to the self formed by desire / Jean-Michel Oughourlian -- Out of the mouths of babes: imitation, gaze, and intentions in infant research--the "like me" framework / Andrew N. Meltzoff -- Emotions and mimesis / Paul Dumouchel -- The two sides of mimesis: mimetic theory, embodied simulation, and social identification / Vittorio Gallese -- Imitation, communion, and culture / Ann Cale Kruger -- Imitation and violence: empirical evidence and the mimetic model / Mark R. Anspach -- Scared violence, mimetic rivalry, and war / Melvin Konner -- Desire, mimesis, and the phylogeny of freedom / William B. Hurlbut -- Naturalizing mimetic theory / Jean-Pierre Dupuy -- Mimesis and science: an interview with René Girard / Scott R. Garrels.
This exciting compendium brings together, for the first time, some of the foremost scholars of René Girard’s mimetic theory, with leading imitation researchers from the cognitive, developmental, and neuro sciences. These chapters explore some of the major discoveries and developments concerning the foundational, yet previously overlooked, role of imitation in human life, revealing the unique theoretical links that can now be made from the neural basis of social interaction to the structure and evolution of human culture and religion. Together, mimetic scholars and imitation researchers are on the cutting edge of some of the most important breakthroughs in understanding the distinctive human capacity for both incredible acts of empathy and compassion as well as mass antipathy and violence. As a result, this interdisciplinary volume promises to help shed light on some of the most pressing and complex questions of our contemporary world.
Social science

65.012.2 GAL 
Gallo, Carmine 
New York : St. Martin’s Press, [2014]
 Introduction: Ideas are the currency of the twenty-first century -- Emotional : Unleash the master within -- Master the art of storytelling -- Have a conversation -- Novel : Teach me something new -- Deliver jaw-dropping moments -- Lighten up -- Memorable : Stick to the 18-minute rule -- Paint a mental picture with multisensory experiences -- Stay in your lane.
Ideas are the true currency of the twenty-first century. So, in order to succeed you need to be able to sell yourself and your ideas persuasively. The ability to sell yourself and your ideas is the single greatest skill that will help you accomplish your dreams. TED Talks have redefined the elements of a successful presentation and become the gold standard for public speaking. TED―which stands for technology, entertainment, and design―brings together the world’s leading innovators and thinkers. Their online presentations have been viewed more than a billion times. These are the presentations that set the world on fire, and the techniques that top TED speakers use are the same ones that will make any presentation more dynamic, fire up any team, and give anyone the confidence to overcome their fear of public speaking. Public speaking coach and bestselling author of The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, Carmine Gallo has broken down hundreds of TED talks and interviewed the most popular TED presenters as well as the top researchers in the fields of psychology, communications, and neuroscience to get their cutting-edge insights and to reveal the nine secrets of all successful TED presentations. From "Unleash the Master Within" and "Deliver Jaw-Dropping Moments" to "Stick to the 18-minute Rule," Gallo provides a step-by-step method that makes it possible for anyone to create, design, and deliver a TED-style presentation that is engaging, persuasive, and memorable. Many people have a fear of public speaking or they’re insecure about their ability to give a TED-worthy presentation. Talk Like TED will give you the tools to create presentations around the ideas that matter most to you, the skill to win over hearts and minds, and the confidence to deliver the talk of your life. You have ideas that were meant to be heard. Use your voice to inspire any audience and achieve your most audacious goals.
Business presentations
Public speaking

681.3.06 COH 
Cohen, Ben
Using PSL/sugar for formal and dynamic verification / Second edition
Los Angeles, California : VhdlCohen Publishing, 2004
Computer hardware description languages
Integrated circuits - Verification.

7.01 HAR 
Harpham, Geoffrey Galt
Chicago : University Of Chicago Press, [1993]
In this bold interdisciplinary work, Geoffrey Galt Harpham argues that asceticism has played a major role in shaping Western ideas of the body, writing, ethics, and aesthetics. He suggests that we consider the ascetic as "the ’cultural’ element in culture," and presents a close analysis of works by Athanasius, Augustine, Matthias, Grünewald, Nietzsche, Foucault, and other thinkers as proof of the extent of asceticism’s resources. Harpham demonstrates the usefulness of his findings by deriving from asceticism a "discourse of resistance," a code of interpretation ultimately more generous and humane than those currently available to us.
Arts -- Philosophy

 7.01 MAY
Mayernik, David
Farnham Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Publishing Company, [2013]
 1. On imitation -- 2. On emulation : a part of imitation, or something else again? -- 3. The theater of aspirations : apprenticeship as performance -- 4. An atelier of rivals : constructive competition -- 5. The mosaic of history : tesserae and continuum -- 6. Metamorphosis : found in translation -- 7. On invention -- 8. The end of emulation -- 9. Coda : the case for emulation.
Emulation is a challenging middle ground between imitation and invention. The idea of rivaling by means of imitation, as old as the Aeneid and as modern as Michelangelo, fit neither the pessimistic deference of the neoclassicists nor the revolutionary spirit of the Romantics. Emulation thus disappeared along with the Renaissance humanist tradition, but it is slowly being recovered in the scholarship of Roman art. It remains to recover emulation for the Renaissance itself, and to revivify it for modern practice.Mayernik argues that it was the absence of a coherent understanding of emulation that fostered the fissuring of artistic production in the later eighteenth century into those devoted to copying the past and those interested in continual novelty, a situation solidified over the course of the nineteenth century and mostly taken for granted today. This book is a unique contribution to our understanding of the historical phenomenon of emulation, and perhaps more importantly a timely argument for its value to contemporary practice.
Mimesis in art
Originality in art.

‪7.03(569.4) בנג’ ‬
‫ בנז’מין, חיה אוצרת ‬
בצלאל, ירושלם : מבחר מאוסף אלן ב’ סליפקה במוזיאון ישראל
ירושלים : מוזיאון ישראל, 2008 ‬
מתוך ההקדמה: קטלוג זה מציג אוסף יחיד במינו של חפצי אמנות שיוצרו ב"בצלאל: בית המדרש לאמנות ולמלאכות-אמנות" מאז הוקם בירושלים בשנת 1906 ועד סגירתו (הזמנית) ב- 1929 ‬
Slifka, Alan B. -- Art collections -- Exhibitions
‫ בצלאל - בית הנכות הלאומי ‬
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design (Jerusalem)
Jewish art -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.
Art, Israeli -- 20th century -- Exhibitions
Art, Israeli -- Catalogs
Jewish art and symbolism -- Israel.
Judaism -- Liturgical objects.
Metal-work -- Israel -- Bezalel.
Rugs and carpets

‪7.032.2 בן-ת ‬ 
בן-תור, דפנה מחבר אוצר ‬ 
פרעה בכנען : הסיפור שלא סופר
ירושלים : מוזיאון ישראל, [תשע"ו] 2016. ‬
התערוכה מציגה סיפור שטרם סופר על ההשפעה התרבותית ההדדית בין מצרים וכנען במשך האלף השני לפני הספירה. פרק זמן זה, המוכר לנו בעיקר מתוך סיפורי המקרא על יוסף ומשה, ידע תמורות פוליטיות גדולות בשתי הארצות בעקבות שתי התפתחויות מרכזיות: התיישבותם של הכנענים בחלק המזרחי של הדלתה המצרית במשך תקופת הברונזה התיכונה (1800 – 1550 לפני הספירה לערך); והשתלטותה של מצרים על כנען בתקופת הברונזה המאוחרת (1500 – 1150 לפני הספירה לערך), כאשר הקימה במקום מערך מנהלי ונוכחות צבאית. בתערוכה יוצגו יותר מ-680 חפצים המעידים על ההפריה ההדדית בין שתי התרבויות שבאה לידי ביטוי בפולחן ובשפת האמנות. מגוון החפצים בתערוכה רחב מאוד, מאסטלות ניצחון גדולות ממדים וארונות קבורה דמויי אדם ועד לחרפושיות וקמעות. החפצים בתערוכה הם מן האוסף העשיר של מוזיאון ישראל וכן ממצאים ארכאולוגיים שנחפרו בישראל בידי רשות העתיקות ולצדם כמה השאלות חשובות ממוזיאון המטרופוליטן בניו יורק, מוזיאון הלובר בפריז, המוזיאון לעתיקות מצריות בטורינו, המוזיאון לתולדות האמנות בווינה ומאוספים חשובים אחרים מרחבי העולם. "-- מאתר מוזיאון ישראל. ‬
‫ "פרשת הקשרים בין מצרים לבין כנען ידועה לרבים מסיפורי המקרא על יוסף ומשה, כפי שאלה נמסרו בספרים בראשית ושמות - ובמארג הסיפורים הפופולרי שהתפתח ברבות השנים בעקבות המסורות הסיפוריות הקדומות. ואולם פרק רב חשיבות בתולדותיה של פרשת זו חסר בסיפורים אלה. זהו סיפורן המרתק של זיקות הגומלין בין שתי תרבויות קדומות במהלך האלף ה-2 לפני הספירה. למעלה מ-680 מוצגים בתערוכה, ממצבות ניצחון מלכותיות וארונות קבורה דמויי אדם ועד לחרפושיות וקמעות". -- מההקדמה ‬
Art, Egyptian -- Exhibitions
Pottery, Egyptian -- Exhibitions
Sculpture, Egyptian -- Exhibitions.
 [place of publication not identified] : Tomer Itzhak, [2016]
Baldessari, John 1931-
Kosuth, Joseph 1945-
Ruscha, Edward 1937-
Kawara, On 1933
Kruger, Barbara 1945-
Conceptual art
Conceptual art -- United States.
Art, Modern
Pop art
Artists -- 20th century.
Princeton : Princeton University Press, [2016]
Contemporaneity of Ornament in Architecture -- Ornament between Historiography and Theory -- Medieval Mediations -- Early Modern Crosscurrents -- Ornament between Figuration and Abstraction -- Circulations and Translations of Ornament -- Internationalism of Ornament and Modernist Abstraction.
Introduction / Gulru Necipoglu and Alina Payne -- Part I. Contemporaneity of Ornament in Architecture. Ornament and Its Users: From the Vitruvian Tradition to the Digital Age / Antoine Picon -- A Natural History of Ornament / Vittoria Di Palma -- Inscription: On the Surface of Exchange between Writing, Ornament, and Tectonic in Contemporary Architecture / Hashim Sarkis -- Part II. Ornament between Historiography and Theory. Ornament as Weapon: Ballistics, Politics, and Architectural Adornment in Semper’s Treatise on Ancient Projectiles / Spyros Papapetros -- The Passage of the Other: Elements for a Redefinition of Ornament / Jonathan Hay -- The Invention of Mudejar Art and the Viceregal Aesthetic Paradox: Notes on the Reception of Iberian Ornament in New Spain / Maria Judith Feliciano -- The Flaw in the Carpet: Disjunctive Continuities and Riegl’s Arabesque / Finbarr Barry Flood -- Part III. Medieval Mediations. Vesting Walls, Displaying Structure, Crossing Cultures: Transmedial and Transmaterial Dynamics of Ornament / Gerhard Wolf -- Gothic-Framed Byzantine Icons: Italianate Ornament in the Levant during the Late Middle Ages / Michele Bacci -- Timurid Architectural Revetment in Central Asia, 1370-1430: The Mimeticism of Mosaic Faience / David J. Roxburgh -- Part IV. Early Modern Crosscurrents. Early Modern Floral: The Agency of Ornament in Ottoman and Safavid Visual Cultures / Gülru Necipoglu -- Ornamental Defacement and Protestant Iconoclasm / Christopher P. Heuer -- Migration of Techniques: Inlaid Marble Floral Decoration in Baroque Naples / Daniela del Pesco -- Innovation, Appropriation, and Representation: Mughal Architectural Ornament in the Eighteenth Century / Chanchal Dadlani -- Part V. Ornament between Figuration and Abstraction. Ornament, Form, and Vision in Ceramics from Medieval Iran: Reflections of the Human Image / Oya Pancaroğlu -- Variety and Metamorphosis: Form and Meaning in the Orname
This lavishly illustrated volume is the first major global history of ornament from the Middle Ages to today. Crossing historical and geographical boundaries in unprecedented ways and considering the role of ornament in both art and architecture, Histories of Ornament offers a nuanced examination that integrates medieval, Renaissance, baroque, and modern Euroamerican traditions with their Islamic, Indian, Chinese, and Mesoamerican counterparts. At a time when ornament has re-emerged in architectural practice and is a topic of growing interest to art and architectural historians, the book reveals how the long history of ornament illuminates its global resurgence today.
Organized by thematic sections on the significance, influence, and role of ornament, the book addresses ornament’s current revival in architecture, its historiography and theories, its transcontinental mobility in medieval and early modern Europe and the Middle East, and its place in the context of industrialization and modernism. Throughout, Histories of Ornament emphasizes the portability and politics of ornament, figuration versus abstraction, cross-cultural dialogues, and the constant negotiation of local and global traditions.Featuring original essays by more than two dozen scholars from around the world, this authoritative and wide-ranging book provides an indispensable reference on the histories of ornament in a global context.
Decoration and ornament
Decoration and ornament -- History.
Decoration and ornament, Architectural
Decorative arts -- History.

7.05 NAT
National Design Triennial (5th : ‡d 2016 : New York, N.Y.)
Beauty : Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial
New York : Cooper Hewitt Publications, [2016]
 Ethereal : Sou Fujimoto Architects ; Humans since 1982 ; Tuomas Markunpoika ; Maiko Takeda ; Sissel Tolaas -- Intricate : Sandra Backlund ; Homa Delvaray ; Hechizoo ; Mary Katrantzou ; Richard Niessen ; Non-Format ; Kustaa Saksi ; Studio Job ; Hans Tan ; Terhi Tolvanen ; Vlisco -- Transformative : Melitta Baumeister ; Dokter and Misses ; Elastic ; Jantje Fleischhut ; Francesco Franchi ; Götz Gramlich ; Brunno Jahara ; Max Lamb ; Laduma Ngxokolo ; Scholten & Baijings ; Brynjar Sigurðarson ; Kris Sowersby ; TheUnseen -- Foreword: Lens of the senses -- Commentary on beauty -- Preface: Heart of the book -- Commentary on time -- Essay: Beauty as user experience -- Commentary on place -- Acknowledgments -- Index -- Authors -- Photography credits -- Transgressive : Ana Rajcevic ; Theseus Chan ; Delfina Delettrez ; The Haas Brothers ; Pepe Heykoop ; Rad Hourani ; Gareth Pugh ; Jólan van der Wiel ; Noa Zilberman -- Elemental : Michael Anastassiades ; Daniel Emma ; Formafantasma ; Emiliano Godoy ; Industrial Facility ; Daniel Rybakken ; SO-IL ; Trace Architecture Office (TAO) ; Yeongkyu Yoo ; Jean Yu -- Emergent : Neri Oxman ; Daniel Brown ; Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg ; Aaron Koblin ; Jenny E. Sabin ; Kyuha Shim ; Simogo ; Olivier van Herpt ; Ken Wong -- Extravagant : Hemmerle ; Pat McGrath ; Guido Palau ; Giambattista Valli ; Naomi Yasuda.
"Beauty -- the book, born out of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s 2015 Triennial of the same name, curated by Andrea Lipps and Ellen Lupton -- showcases some of the most exciting and provocative design created around the globe during the past three years. These pages aim not to emphasize the hidden beauty in the everyday -- a beloved teapot or favorite shoe -- but to locate transformational beauty in contemporary design that is exuberant, ethereal, atmospheric, experiential, exceptional or sublime. Sixty-two designers represent a vast range of disciplines from architecture, fashion, digital, graphic, and product design, to interiors, hair, nail and lighting design. The objects featured cause us to take pause, catch our breath and get lost in our pursuit to understand or explain them. Designed by the innovative Kimberly Varella, the book is itself a tactile, fluid and provocative interpretation of beauty. Varella’s design provides unexpected points of entry, playing with the concepts of beauty by using reflective surfaces, hot pink thread weaving pages together and a "heart" of the book, from which all else flows. Ethereal, Intricate, Extravagant, Transformative, Transgressive, Elemental and Emergent Beauty are the seven themes. Each section includes the individual designers in conversation with the curators about her or his process and beauty’s differing forms, punctuated by rich galleries of their work, generating the ultimate feast for the senses"--Publisher’s description.
Design -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Aesthetics -- Exhibitions.
Beauty, Personal

 7.052 MCC
 McCormick, Carlo
Köln : Taschen, [2010]
 Preface : City view / Marc and Sara Schiller -- Introduction : Where angels dare to tread / Carlo McCormick -- Rules of the game -- Conquest of space -- Public memory / private secrets -- Deviant signs, free art, and contra-consumerism -- Environmental reclamations -- Magical thinking -- Non-figuratively speaking -- Urban folk -- Afterword : Just do it / Anne Pasternak -- Appendix : Graffiti and U.S. law / J. Tony Serra.
A history of graffiti and unsanctioned street art explores its local origins and its transformation into a global phenomenon, discussing its outlaw status, key artists, and the spread of self-expression in social spaces.
The last outlaw of visual disciplines: Graffiti and unsanctioned art—from local origins to global phenomenon In recent years street art has grown bolder, more ornate, more sophisticated and—in many cases—more acceptable. Yet unsanctioned public art remains the problem child of cultural expression, the last outlaw of visual disciplines. It has also become a global phenomenon of the 21st century. Made in collaboration with featured artists, Trespass examines the rise and global reach of graffiti and urban art, tracing key figures, events and movements of self-expression in the city’s social space, and the history of urban reclamation, protest, and illicit performance. The first book to present the full historical sweep, global reach and technical developments of the street art movement, Trespass features key works by 150 artists,and connects four generations of visionary outlaws including Jean Tinguely, Spencer Tunick, Keith Haring, Os Gemeos, Jenny Holzer, Barry McGee, Gordon Matta-Clark, Shepard Fairey, Blu, Billboard Liberation Front, Guerrilla Girls and Banksy, among others. It also includes dozens of previously unpublished photographs of long-lost works and legendary, ephemeral urban artworks
Also includes: •Unpublished images of street art by Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat •Unpublished photographs by Subway Art luminary Martha Cooper •Unpublished photos from the personal archives of selected artists •Incisive essays by Anne Pasternak (director of public arts fund Creative Time) and civil rights lawyer Tony Serra •Special feature: exclusive preface by Banksy
Street art -- History.
Graffiti -- History.
Site-specific art -- History.

‪7.074.2(569.4) חכל ‬ 
חכלילי, רחל
 [חיפה] : אוניברסיטת חיפה, תשמ"ו 1986 ‬
Muze’on Reuven ve-’Iddit Hecht -- Catalogs
Art -- Israel -- Haifa.
Israel -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions

‪73.036(569.4) צלמ ‬
צלמונה, יגאל
 ירושלים : מוזיאון ישראל, 2006 ‬ 
The life, thought, and work of Boris Schatz - artist, visionary, and man of action - are inseparably intertwined with Jewish and Zionist cultural history of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. In fact, Schatz had a unique influence on the emergence of Israeli culture. He founded the Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, opened in Jerusalem in 1906 and later to become the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, as well as the Bezalel National Museum, forerunner of the Israel Museum, and thus set a formal starting point for Israeli art. He dreamed of nothing less than creating a center in Jerusalem for the birth of a new Hebraic art, a center that would gather students from near and far, from the budding Zionist immigration and from the Jewish Diaspora, and would attract artists from all over the world. He saw this center, with a great museum as one of its pillars, as a contemporary Third Temple - a powerhouse of spiritual energy that would radiate its ideals to the entire Jewish people and inspire a renewed national identity.
It is now one hundred years since Schatz opened the Bezalel School, and the timing of this exhibition holds a special significance for us at the Israel Museum. It follows on our 40th Anniversary series of exhibitions on the themes of Beauty and Sanctity, a fitting context for honoring a man who was the Museum’s founding father and who aspired to be "a high priest of art." At the same time the exhibition inaugurates the Bezalel centenary celebrations, underscoring the historic connection between Israel’s leading cultural institution and its largest school of art - both offspring of the vision of Boris Schatz. The exhibition presents the two key aspects of Schatz’s oeuvre: his personal creative output of sculptures, reliefs, and paintings; together with works inspired by his activities in the public sphere - a selection of important objects created in the Bezalel workshops according to Schatz’s concept of art and design.
Per.Sub. ‫
שץ, בוריס, 1867-1932 ‬
Schatz, Boris 1867-1932 -- Exhibitions
‫ בצלאל (אקדמיה) ‬
 Betsal’el (Academy) -- Exhibitions.
Sculpture, Jewish -- 20th century -- Exhibitions
Sculpture -- Israel -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Israel -- Exhibitions.

73.036(091) SCU
Sculpture / Philippe Bruneau [and others].
Kõln : Taschen, 1996
v. 1. The great art of antiquity from the eighth century BC to the fifth century AD -- v. 2. The great art of the Middle Ages from the fifth century to the fifteenth century -- v. 3. The great tradition of sculpture from the fifteenth century to the eighteenth century -- v. 4. The adventure of modern sculpture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Sculpture -- History.
ירושלים : מוזיאון ישראל, תשס"ז 2007 ‬
Wedding cards -- Israel
Weddings -- Israel
Wedding costume -- Israel
Jewish marriage customs and rites
Jews -- Israel -- Social life and customs

‪7.05:641.5 למד ‬
‫ למדני, דליה
תל אביב : עולם חדש, תשע"ו 2016. ‬ 
 לחם: מתנת היאור -- חמאה: אוצר של ניגודים -- מרגרינה: הפנינה הצרפתית -- מלח: השוטר של הטעם -- פלפל שחור: המלך שהביא לגילוי אמריקה -- פלפלת חריפה: מטבחים לוהטים -- זעפרן: תבלין של זהב -- ממזרי הזעפרן: חוקיים לגמרי -- אורז: נולד במים וגווע ביין -- עגבניה: תפוח הזהב האיטלקי -- לימון: עץ הלימון נתן ריחו -- שום: תענוג שנוי במחלוקת -- תירס: זהב תעשייתי -- תפוח אדמה: אהבה שצמחה משנאה ‬
Abstract ‫
האוכל מילא תפקיד מכונן בעיצוב התרבות שלנו ושל קודמינו. מי שנראה לו מובן מאליו שהעגבנייה ותפוח האדמה היו כאן מאז ומעולם, מוזמן לבדוק שוב את המובן מאליו. מסע מסביב למזווה מזמן למי שמוכן לבדוק לא מעט הפתעות. הוא יגלה שנוצרים, כמו גם יהודים אדוקים בדתם, החרימו את העגבנייה מאות שנים משום שהאמינו שאכילתה מעוררת פריצות. תפוחי האדמה ניתנו למאכל, בשעתם, רק לחזירים ולאסירים. כל השאר האמינו שהאוכל אותם ילקה בצרעת, גם התירס איננו מובן מאליו. הוא מעורב בכל תחומי חיינו, כך שגם מי שאינו אוכל תירס כלל צורך אותו: שותה אותו, מעשן אותו, בולע אותו, לובש אותו, וזה עוד לא הכל. לכל מצרך במזווה יש סיפור משלו - מפתיע, מאתגר, מפריך דעות קדומות, אך לעולם איננו משעמם. דליה למדני מביאה בספר זה 20 סיפורים כאלה, שזורים באנקדוטות משעשעות להפליא ובציטוטים מאלפים. -- כריכה אחורית ‬
Food -- History.
Food -- Social aspects.
Food habits -- History.
Gastronomy -- History
Eating customs -- History

 ‪7.05(569.4) יפת ‬
‫ יפת-פוקס, עדי
 קתרינה הגדולה, [תשס"ח] 2008. ‬

Industrial design -- Israel -- History.
Israel -- History -- Pictorial works
Implements, utensils, etc. -- Israel -- History
Material culture -- Israel.
Home economics
Kitchen utensils -- Israel -- Pictorial works.
Home economics -- Israel -- Pictorial works.

72.036(569.4) כרמ ‬ 
כרמי-מלמד, עדה
תל-אביב : מוזיאון תל-אביב לאמנות, 2011 ‬ 
"האדריכלות בפלשתינה-א"י של ימי המנדט הבריטי היתה רבת-פנים למרות שניזונה בעיקר משפת האדריכלות המודרנית, שמוצאה באירופה של ראשית המאה ה-20 בדיאלוג עם המבנה החברתי והאידיאולוגי הייחודי שהתהווה בארץ בימי טרום המדינה, נוצר כאן בהדרגה ניב אדריכלי מקומי. הדיון באדריכלות שצמחה בארץ בשנים 1917-‏1948, חושף את ההשפעות השונות שעיצבו את החשיבה והיצירה האדריכלית באותה עת. הספר מייחד פרקים לבנינים המורכבים וההיברידים שהוקמו בראשית תקופת המנדט ובסופה - ימים רוויי מתחים וסימני שאלה - ופרק נוסף לבניינים הסדורים והקריאים יותר שנוצרו בעיצומה של התקופה. תוך העלאת שאלות שחורגות מהיבטים פונקציונליים גרידא ונוגעות בגבולות השפה, הספר מתחקה אחר הקשרים בין ערך, מקום וצורה. חיבור זה עוסק באדריכלות כשפה הניתנת לקריאה אנליטית ולניתוח צורני, בהסתמך על חומר תיעודי רב - תצלומים, רישומים, סקיצות, שרטוטים פרשניים - שנאסף, הוכן ונחקר במשך שנים ארוכות. סדרת דיאגרמות המתארות את היחסים הקומפוזיציוניים בכל בניין ובסביבתו שימשה מצע פורה להמשך הדיון. ‬
‫ התשתית הדיאגרמטית הולידה פרשנויות אישיות, המעשירות את החוויה האדריכלית ומחדדות את השאלות והמשאלות הגלומות באדריכלות. על בסיס זה נוכל לחשוב מחדש מה חשוב לשמר ומה לנטוש מה כדאי לזכור ומה לשכוח. ‬
Architecture -- Israel -- History.
Architecture -- Israel -- History -- 20th century.
Architecture -- Israel -- Designs and plans.
Architecture, Modern -- Israel -- 20th century
Historic buildings -- Israel.
Eretz Israel -- History -- 1917-1948, British Mandate period

73.032.3 DON
Donohue, A. A. (Alice A
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005
1.The problem of archaeological description -- 2. Nikandre’s dedication and the description of early Greek statuary -- 3. The analysis of the clothed female form -- 4. Nikandre’s dedication and the Lady of Auxerre -- 5. Conclusion.
Although scholars have emphasized the importance of isolating the objective evaluation of evidence from interpretation, in practice, it has proved difficult to determine the distinction. This study examines the scholarship on description for a select number of well-known Greek statues from the eighteenth-century through the present. The impact of the historical, cultural, and intellectual contexts of this specialized scholarship is demonstrated through considerations of issues such as ethnicity, psychology, theories about artistic form, and evolving conceptions of nude and clothed figures.
"This book explores the role of description in the interpretation of ancient Greek statuary. Although scholars have emphasized the importance of separating objective evaluation of evidence from interpretation, in practice the distinction is problematic. Even at the level of observation and vocabulary, the scholarship on Greek sculpture has been molded by concepts and convictions that impose particular interpretations on the material. This study examines the scholarship from the eighteenth century through the present on a select number of well-known Greek statues. The impact of the historical, cultural, and intellectual contexts that produced this specialized scholarship is demonstrated through considerations of issues such as ethnicity, psychology, theories about artistic form, and evolving conceptions of nude and clothes figures
Sculpture, Greek
Classical philology.
Art criticism -- Social aspects.

738(569.4) כנע ‬ 
כנען-קדר, נורית
תל אביב : מוזיאון ארץ ישראל, תשס"ב 2002 ‬
‬ ‫Abstract
 פרופ` נורית כנען-קדרדיקאן הפקולטה לאמנויות וראש המגמה לאמנות ימי-הביניים באוניברסיטת תל-אביב, חוקרת פרקים מרכזיים באמנות הצלבנית בארץ-ישראל ובאמנות ימי-הביניים באירופה. נושאי מחקרה המרכזיים הם דימויי האשה והפיסול הדומנסקי והגותי באירופה. במחקריה פיענחה משמעויות, קודים ודרכי ביטוי סמליים של אמנות ימי-הביניים.אל מחקר אמנות הקרמיקה הארמנית הגיעה המחברת בהיות זו משמרת את שפת הסמלים הנוצרית מחד גיסא ושומרת על מסורת הסדנאות עתיקות היומין מאידך גיסא.נורית כנען-קדר אצרה את התערוכה ``ציפורי גן העדן – מרי בליאן והקרמיקה הארמנית של ירושלים``, במוזיאון ארץ-ישראל, תל-אביב, בראשית שנת 2000. ‬
Pottery, Armenian -- Israel -- Jerusalem
Art, Armenian
Art, Armenian -- Israel -- Jerusalem
Subject Pottery, Armenian

 744.9(091) NAV
Naveh, Joseph
Alphabet -- History.
Inscriptions, Semitic
Paleography, Semitic
Semitic languages, West -- Alphabet

745:687.01 BOL
Bolton, Andrew
New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York [2016]
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2016]
Partial contents:Toiles -- Tailleur and flou -- Pleating and folding -- Lacework and leatherwork -- Embroidery, featherwork, and artificial flowers.
This catalog accompanies The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute exhibition. An exclusive volume elegantly bound in black cloth set inside a laser-cut, high-density polyethylene box is produced in a limited edition of 600 hand-numbered copies. The box also includes an original folded print showing 600 images photographed for the publication plus a hand-sewn booklet of interviews. 248 pages plus 32-page booklet. Available only at The Met, this limited edition contains the exhibition catalogue that features exceptional fashions that reconcile traditional hand techniques with innovative machine technologies such as 3-D printing, laser cutting, circular knitting, computer modeling, bonding and laminating, and ultrasonic welding. Featuring 90 astonishing pieces, ranging from Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel’s iconic tweed suit to Karl Lagerfeld’s 3-D-printed version, and from Yves Saint Laurent’s bird-of-paradise dress to Iris van Herpen’s silicone adaptation—all beautifully photographed by Nicholas Alan Cope—this fascinating book is an exploration of both the artistry and the future of fashion. Interviews with Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen; Hussein Chalayan, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli of Valentino; Nicolas Ghesquière of Louis Vuitton; Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough of Proenza Schouler; Iris van Herpen; Christopher Kane; Karl Lagerfeld of Chanel; Miuccia Prada; and Gareth Pugh enhance this expansive and absorbing book.
Fashion design -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.
Fashion design -- History -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Fashion design -- Technological innovations -- Exhibitions.
Fashion designers -- Interviews.

‪745:687.01(569.4) מוז ‬ 
מוזיאון ישראל (ירושלים) מחבר ‬ 
ארון הבגדים היהודי : מאוסף מוזיאון ישראל, ירושלים
ירושלים : מוזיאון ישראל, תשע"ד 2014 ‬
"ספר זה מציג בראשונה מבחר מרהיב של פריטים מאוסף הלבוש היהודי הגדול והמגוון בעולם, השמור במוזיאון ישראל, ירושלים. האוסף כולל מערכות לבוש טקסיות, כיסויי-ראש נדירים ובגדים ואביזרי לבוש יום-יומיים שלבשו גברים, נשים וילדים בעדות ישראל. הספר, פרי מחקר רב-שנים ששולב בעבודת שדה נרחבת, מציע בחינה חדשה של הלבוש היהודי בחתך תרבותי רחב ומעלה שאלות בדבר זהותם היהודית של הבגדים ועושיהם". -- מהכריכה האחורית ‬
Muzeon Yisrael -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs
Jewish clothing and dress -- History
Clothing and dress -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.

747(734.7) GUR
Gura, Judith
New York : Acanthus Press, 2008
The history -- The wayfinders -- The purists -- The urbanites -- The sybarites -- The synthesizers -- The architects’ approach -- The portfolio -- Biographies.
Between 1935 and 1985, the design community in New York was thriving. Inspired by distinguished educators and promoted in style magazines and illustrated books, interior designers acquired elite status and social prominence, often equal to that of their illustrious clients. When fashion-conscious urban professionals joined New York s Old World establishment, new modes of urban living evolved. Along with high-rise apartments, penthouses, and town houses, the downtown loft developed as a new genre for Manhattan luxury living. The challenges presented by these raw spaces led to inventive design solutions and decorative treatments. New York Interior Design, 1935-1985: Masters of Modernism brings together over 250 photographs of exceptional interiors by practitioners who boldly challenged traditional concepts of design. Among featured designers are the iconoclastic Alan Buchsbaum, who pioneered such unorthodox concepts as exposed cooking areas, bathtubs out in the open, and was the first to treat old tin ceilings, pipes, and structural beams as decorative elements; the incomparable Barbara D Arcy whose trendsetting model rooms for Bloomingdale s electrified the 1960s and 1970s; the color virtuoso Juan Montoya; and the architectural firm Shelton, Mindel, known for elegant minimalist spaces approached with a curator s eye. New York Interior Design, 1935-1985: Masters of Modernism is the companion volume to New York Interior Design, 1935-1985: Inventors of Tradition.
Interior decoration -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- 20th century.
Interior decorators -- New York (State) -- New York
ירושלים : מוזיאון ישראל, 2001 ‬ 
‫ אחת מטכניקות הייצור המרתקות ביותר שפותחו בתקופה ההלניסטית היא טכניקת זכוכית הפסיפס. אפקט הפסיפס הושג על–ידי התכת קטעים צבעוניים של זכוכית שקופה–למחצה עם זכוכית אטומה לכדי הרכבי צבעים וצורות מרהיבים ביופיים. ‬
Dobkin, Eliyahu, 1898-1976
Muze’on Yisra’el (Jerusalem) Bitan Eliyahu Dobkin li-zekhukhit me-Erets Yisra’el u-shekhenoteha -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs
Subject Glassware, Ancient -- Israel
Glass art

75.034.5(45) RAM 
Ramsden, E. H. 
Michelangelo / Second edition
London : Phaidon, 1975
Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1475-1564,
Painting, Renaissance -- Italy.
Art, High Renaissance
Painters -- Italy.
Sculpture -- Italy.

76.026:655.24 TRA
Tracy, Walter 
Boston : D.R. Godine, [2003]
Type and type-founding -- History -- 20th century.
Type and type-founding

766:655.535.2 TSC
Tschichold, Jan
Point Roberts, Washington : Hartley & Marks, 1991
Book design
Graphic design (Typography)

82 BOL
Bolus-Reichert, Christine
History’s diverse beauties -- The philosophy of the nineteenth century -- Eclecticism and literary modernity -- Alfred Tennyson : the originality of medley -- Charles Kingsley : the Alexandrian age -- Matthew Arnold : the second best life -- Walter Pater and Thomas Hardy : "triumph in mutability".
“The burden of the past” invoked by any discussion of eclecticism is a familiar aspect of modernity, particularly in the history of literature. The Age of Eclecticism: Literature and Culture in Britain, 1815–1885 by Christine Bolus-Reichert aims to reframe that dynamic and to place it in a much broader context by examining the rise of a manifold eclecticism in the nineteenth century. Bolus-Reichert focuses on two broad understandings of eclecticism in the period—one understood as an unreflective embrace of either conflicting beliefs or divergent historical styles, the other a mode of critical engagement that ultimately could lead to a rethinking of the contrast between creation and criticism and of the very idea of the original. She also contributes to the emerging field of transnational Victorian studies and, in doing so, finds a way to talk about a broader, post-Romantic nineteenth-century culture. By reviving eclecticism as a critical term, Bolus-Reichert historicizes the theoretical language available to us for describing how Victorian culture functioned—in order to make the terrain of Victorian scholarship international and comparative and create a place for the Victorians in the genealogy of postmodernism. The Age of Eclecticism gives Victorianists—and other students of nineteenth-century literature and culture—a new perspective on familiar debates that intersect in crucial ways with issues still relevant to literature in an age of multiculturalism and postmodernism.
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892 -- Criticism and interpretation
Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888 -- Criticism and interpretation
Pater, Walter, 1839-1894 Criticism and interpretation
Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928 -- Criticism and interpretation
English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Eclecticism in literature