The quarterly journal Umění/Art is devoted to the history of Czech and central European art from the early Middle Ages up to the 21st century. It also publishes articles with an international focus and studies in methodology. It offers a platform for intellectual diversity and for exploring the links between art, philosophy and literature. Alongside original studies by researchers in the Czech Republic and abroad, the journal publishes interviews with important figures in art history and the philosophy of art, newly discovered archive materials, debates, reviews, news, and polls. Approximately one-half of the journal’s content is published in one of the major world languages, in most cases German or English. The journal is aimed at both professionals in the art field (subscribers include a number of university libraries outside the Czech Republic) and anyone in the general public interested in culture.Published by Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v. v. i.
Editor in Chief: Pavla Machalíková
Editor: Jan Dienstbier
Photo Editors: Martin Pavlis and Lucie Česká
Copy Editor: Dagmar Nárožníková
Cover and Graphic Design: Jan Šerých
Type Setting: Jaroslav Vlček
Printed by: INDIGOPRINT, s. r. o.
Umění / Art is published 4 times a year, ca. 100 pages, 80 b/w. and col. illustrations.
© ÚDU AV ČR, v. v. i., Praha
ISSN 0049 5123
ISSN 1804 6509 (online)
Umění / Art is supported by the Foundation Czech Literary Fund and the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.
Many thanks for advice on language to Robin Casling.