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Edited by Jeroen Goudeau, Mariette Verhoeven and Wouter Weijers

In The Imagined and Real Jerusalem in Art and Architecture specialists in various fields of art history, from Early Christian times to the present, articulate a variety of cultural, religious and political implications of the visualization of Jerusalem. This collection of essays calls attention to two axes emerging from the study of Jerusalem in art: on the one hand, the volatile contemporary situation, and on the other hand, the abiding chain of meanings that history imparts to the city. From a contemporary perspective and within a broad historical context, the book discusses in depth a series of Western artworks, artefacts, and buildings providing new insights into memory processes and mechanisms of representation of Jerusalem.

1 Sites and Senses

Mapping Palestinian Territories in Mona Hatoum’s Sculpture Present Tense

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Anneke Schulenberg

10 Overdetermination of a Heavenly Jerusalem

Contemporary Windows by Gérard Garouste and Jean-Michel 
Alberola

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Daan Van Speybroeck

11 ‘You want to take us to Jerusalem …’

Medinat Weimar: A Second Jerusalem in Contemporary Visual Arts and Klezmer Songs

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Rudie van Leeuwen

2 The Green Line

Potency, Absurdity, and Disruption of Dichotomy in Francis Alÿs’s 
Intervention in Jerusalem

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Mette Gieskes

3 Jerusalem as Trauerarbeit

On Two Paintings by Anselm Kiefer and Gerhard Richter

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Wouter Weijers

4 Ezekiel for Solomon

The Temple of Jerusalem in Seventeenth-century Leiden and the Case of Cocceius

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Jeroen Goudeau

5 Jerusalem as Palimpsest

The Architectural Footprint of the Crusaders in the Contemporary City

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Mariëtte Verhoeven

7 The Reconquered Jerusalem Represented

Tradition and Renewal on Pilgrimage Ampullae from the Crusader Period

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Katja Boertjes