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Holz, Keith

Western Illinois University, Macomb, Department of Art

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Keith Holz (Ph.D, Northwestern University), Associate Professor, Western Illinois University, Macomb, has held fellowships from the Getty, Fulbright, IREX, DAAD, and the German Historical Institute (Moscow). His publications examine public representations of modern German art during the Nazi years in the democracies. Among his current projects is the book: Placing Kokoschka, Kokoschka and Place. Publications include: Im Auge des Exils: Josef Breitenbach und die Freie Deutsche Kultur in Paris 1933-1941, with Wolfgang Schopf (2001); Modern German Art for Thirties Paris, Prague, and London (2004), and recent articles on German artists in Paris around 1930 (2009), Kokoschka in exile (2010), the Jewish art collector Max Silberberg in Breslau between the world wars (2011), and German exile artists groups as networks (2012).

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