THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS  

WORLD CULTURE AS A RESOURSE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: International Forum

 

30.04.2015





WORLD CULTURE AS A RESOURSE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: International Forum

The Russian Academy of Arts, UNESCO International Chair for Fine Arts and Architecture, Moscow International Foundation for Support to UNESCO invite you to attend the international forum “World Culture as a Resource for Sustainable Development”, that will take place on May 10-12, 2015 at the Russian Academy of Arts, 21 Prechistenka street, Moscow. The event has been included in the official program of the celebration of the 70th anniversary of UNESCO.  

                          
                PROGRAM OF THE INTERNATIONAL FORUM

                   WORLD CULTURE AS A RESOURCE OF
                         SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
                                         May 10-12, 2015


MAY 10, 2015 – Sunday
Venue: Museum and Exhibition Complex “Art Gallery”, 19 Prechistenka street, Moscow

11.00 am – Registration of participants
Visit to the exhibition “Images of Memory” in honor of the 70-th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945

12.00 – Opening ceremony

Opening addresses:
Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director-General
Zurab Tsereteli, President of the Russian Academy of Arts, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador

Plenary Session  
To be led by Tatyana A. Kochemasova, PhD in Art History, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts

Alexandra V. Ochirova, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, Doctor of Philosophy
Culture and the Humanitarian Security of Mankind

Andrey A. Zolotov, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts
Art and We: the Religion of No War as a New Art Faith of the New Creative Activity

Oleg A. Krivtsun, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy  
New Art Languages in the Formation of the Semantic Stability of the Existence

Alexander K. Yakimovich, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, Doctor of Art History
The Miracle of Art and Magic of Communications. Thesis on Modern Culture  

Sergey V. Zagraevsky, Doctor of Architecture, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts
Will the Beauty Save the World? Will the Culture Save Russia?

15.00-15.30 – Lunch for the Conference participants in the Georgievsky Hall, Ground Floor

15.30 – Afternoon Session

Elena Sarni, Art Historian, Art Critic (USA)
Culture as a Method  of the National Identity Preservation

Marina N. Kholodenova, President of the Russian House Association in Verona, Italy
Russia – Verona – Art-Intersections

Abdurrahman Ichyer (Turkey), Deputy Director-General of the Turkish-Russian Cultural Center  
Cultural Initiatives as a Form of People’s Diplomacy

Yury M. Stash, fashion designer, Honored Worker of Culture of the Republic of Adygea
Philosophical Costumes-Symbols  

Natalia N. Fomina, Doctor of Pedagogy, Head of the Laboratory for Fine Arts of the Institute of Art Education of the Russian Academy of Education
Social and Cultural Portrait of a Teenager in the Space of Historical Time

Marina L. Zvyaghintseva, artist, curator, Member of the Creative Artists’ Union of Russia, Member of the Moscow Union of Artists
Cultural Projects as a Method of Active Social Activity

Edip Asan (Turkey), artist
Turkish Art EBRU: Art Traditions and Today’s Understanding







MAY 11, 2015 – Monday
Venue: Tsereteli Art Gallery, 19 Prechistenka street, Moscow

Sections:
- World Cultural Heritage: Relevant Research
(1st Floor, the Home Church Hall)
- National Identity in the Russian Visual Culture
(Ground Floor, Apple Hall)

10.30 am - Registration of participants
11.00 am – Morning session

SECTION: WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE: RELEVANT RESEARCH (1st Floor, the Home Church Hall)
To be led by Oleg A. Krivtsun, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy

Irina F. Popova, Doctor of History, Director of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences
The Collection of Manuscripts in Oriental Languages As a Part of Russian Cultural Heritage

Ara E. Khzmalyan (Armenia), PhD in Art History, Head of the Archives Department of the Mesrop Mashtots “Matenadaran” Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, Advisor to the Institute’s Director for Relations with CIS Member-States and Museum Management
Intercultural Context of the Matenadaran’s  Expositions  

Daria M. Omelchenko, PhD in History, Junior Researcher of the Department for the Scientific Literature Systematization of the Library of  Russian Academy of Sciences
The Problem of Presentation of Lives and Biographies of the 20th century Orthodox Hermits  in the BBK  System

Tayana N. Lebedinskaya, PhD in Philosophy, Eastern-European Slavic University – Chair for International Relations (Uzhgorod, Ukraine)  
The Arabic Orient on the Pages of the “World Illustration” Magazine As an Example of Imagology in the Realization of Cultural Interaction

Vladimir V. Donskikh, PhD in Pedagogy, researcher of the Asian and African Literature Department of the Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences
The First Printed Christian Book in India

Tatyana I. Vinogradova, PhD in History. Head of the Asian and African Literature Department of the Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences
The Visual in Interconfessional Relations: Anti-Christian Pogrom Sheets in China at the Turn of the 19-20th Century


Zhang Huiming (China), Doctor of Art History, the Chinese National Academy of Painting  
Chinese Chan and the Category of Emptiness in Chinese Art

Anna S. Semenova, post-graduate of the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, junior researcher of the Asian and African Literature Department of the Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences
The Interaction of Japanese and European Art Traditions in the “Nippon” of Philipp Franz von Siebold

14.30-15.00 – Lunch for the Conference participants in the Winter Garden restaurant

15.00 – Afternoon Session

Sergey A. Tsarenko, PhD in Architecture, Member of ICOMOS
“Geniuses Loci” of the Banks of the Vinnitsa Southern Bug and the Crimean Southern Shore: Precepts of the Mutual Understanding of Peoples and Continuity of Creation

Yulia A. Shilenko, post-graduate of the Chair for History and Theory of Art of the Lvov Academy of Arts, Chief Custodian of Taras Shevchenko National Museum  
Rembrandt’s Canvas “The Parable about Vintagers” in the Graphic Interpretation of the Ukrainian Artist Taras Shevchenko

Tatyana V. Gorbunova, Doctor of Philosophy, Honorary Member of the Russian Academy of Arts, A. Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Arts and Industry  
Two Epochs in the Practice of the 20th Century St. Petersburg Decorative Art

Tatyana G. Malinina, Doctor of Art History, Chef Researcher of the Research Institute of the Russian academy of Arts
The Experience of Current Understanding of the Art Legacy of World War II Period: The War Years’ Architecture in the Retrospective of Time

Elena V. Ogarkova, PhD in History, the Volgograd State Technical University
The Great Patriotic War in Fine Arts. Regional Museums – Keepers of the Memory

SECTION: NATIONAL IDENTITY IN THE RUSSIAN VISUAL CULTURE
(Ground Floor, Apple Hall)
To be led by Tatyana A. Kochemasova, PhD in Art History, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts

Margarita V. Khabarova, Head of the Regional Department of the Russian Academy of Arts
The Folk Art of Yakutia as Part of Culture

Mickhail Y. Shishin, Doctor of Philosophy, Deputy Director for Science of the Architecture and Design Institute of I. Polzunov Altai State Technical University
Metahistorical Expressionism in the Siberian Contemporary Art: Key Moments and Approaches to the Study    

Vladimir F. Chirkov, PhD in Philosophy
The Siberian Neo-Archaik as an Art Direction in Russian Contemporary Art

Tatyana A. Kubanova, PhD in Cultural Science, the State Russian Museum
Myths in the Work of the Siberian Modern Artists: Some Aspects

Larisa Y. Nikolaeva, PhD in Art History, the Eastern Siberian State Academy of Culture and Arts
Phenomenology of the Neoclassical Art: By the Example of Children’s Images in the Contemporary Art of Buryatia

Kermen P. Batyreva, PhD in Philosophy, Chair for Social Researches of the State University of Kalmykia
The Fine Arts of Kalmykia in the 20th Century Through the Prism of Ethnical Identity

Shalva E. Bedoev, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, Honored Artist of Russia, People’s Artist of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania
The National Culture of Ossetia and the Academic School. Forms of Integration in the Late XX – Early XX1 Century Contemporary Art  

Tatyana Y. Yashaeva, Honored Worker of Culture of the Ukraine, Head of the Medieval History Department of the National Preserve “Chersonesus”
Possibilities of the Chersonesus in the Spiritual and Patriotic Upbringing of Young People

John William Narins (USA) , Literature and Art Critic
The “Russian” Component in Russian Performance

14.30-15.00 – Lunch for the Conference participants in the Winter Garden restaurant


15.00 – Afternoon Session

Valery A. Maloletkov, Doctor of Art History, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts
Problems of the National Identity Preservation in Contemporary Art

Inessa I. Razbukhanova, Honorary Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation
The Speaking Tree: On National Traditions in Modern Art

Lyudmila N. Narbekova, Director of S. Erzya Mordovian Republican Museum of Fine Arts; Marina A. Tanaseichuk, Head of the Development and Information Resources Department of S. Erzya Mordovian Republican Museum of Fine Arts
The Way of Beauty Search: Traditions of the National Costume in Today’s Fashion Design. The Creative Work by the Artist and Fashion Designer Lyudmila Kolchanova-Narbekova

Elena V. Butrova, Vice-President of S. Erzya International Art Foundation
Problems of Preservation of the Cultural and Historical Memory, The Activity of S. Erzya International Art Foundation for Salvation and Preservation of the Sculptor Stepan Erzya’s Legacy. From the Practical Experience

Natalia I. Sezeva, Doctor of Art History, Head of the Tyumen Region Art Culture and Fine Arts Department of I.A. Slovtsov Museum Complex of the Tyumen Museum of Fine Arts
The Siberian Carpet Factory as the Only in Russia Modern Center of the Tyumen Carper Making Rebirth: the Realized Project “The Gallery of Tyumen Carpet, From Sketch to Carpet”

Natalia N. Fedorova, Head of the Research Department of the State art Museum, an Affiliate of G. Raishev Gallery-Studio of the Khanty-Mansiysk Authonomous Region
The Problematics of the Spatial and Time Picture of the World in the Siberian Art: Gennady Raishev  

Galina N. Vizel, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation (Khanty-Mansiysk)
The Revived Legacy of Yugra

Vera N. Gavrilova, The Kuban State University, Architecture and Design Department
The Academic Art Tradition in the Sculpture of Ekaterinodar-Krasnodar in the Late XIX – Early XXI Century  


MAY 12, 2015 – Tuesday
Venue: Tsereteli Art Gallery, 19 Prechistenka street, Moscow

11.00 am – Morning Session (Apple Hall)

SECTION: RUSSIAN ART IN THE WORLD CONTEXT: DIALOGUE OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES
To be led by Alexandra N. Korotaeva, Deputy Chief of the Scientific Secretary of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Arts, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts  
Ivona Malevitch (Germany), artist,  grand niece of Kazimir Malevich
The New Reading of the Work by Kazimir Malevich. In honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Picture “The Black Square”

Stanislav V. Bogdanov,  grand nephew of Kazimir Malevich
The History of Searches of Kazimir Malevich’s Tomb and Appeal to the Russian Government on Behalf of the Forum “On the Construction of a Memorial Sigh in the Identified Artist’s Burial Place in the Village of Romashkovo, Odintsovsky District of the Moscow Region According to Malevich’s Will Dated 1933”

Jemma V. Manukyan, art historian, Institute of Russian Realistic Art, post-graduate of S. Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry
The Soviet Art Exhibitions of the 1930s and Formation of a New Cultural Ideology    

Natalia I. Anikina, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts
The Problems of the Synthesis of Art and Architecture in the Work by Monumentalists of the “Left MOSKH (Moscow Artists’ Union)” in 1950-1980s

Elena Rzhevskaya, PhD in Art History, the Russian Academy of Arts
The “Eternal Friendship” Monument by Zurab Tsereteli: A Word Depicted in Bronze

Elena A. Sementsova, art historian, artist
Art on the Verge of War. Fragments from the Documentary Film about the Artist Alexander Sementsov

14.00-14.30 – Lunch for the Conference participants in the Winter Garden restaurant

14.30 – Afternoon Session

Lyubov V. Shirshova, Doctor of Art History, Scientific Secretary of the Sculpture Department of the Russian Academy of Arts
The Influence of Work by Russian Masters (Involved in the Rebirth of the Interior Decoration of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow) on the World Practice of Religious Monumental Painting of the 21 Century First Decade

Andrey V. Gamlitsky, Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts
The Academic Art Education in the Rebirth of the Lost Monuments of Religious Monumental Painting (Naval Cathedral in Kronstadt and Resurrection New Jerusalem Monastery)

Svetlana M. Gracheva, I. Repin St. Petersburg State Academy Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Dean of the Faculty of Theory and History of Arts, Professor of the Chair for  Russian Art
St Petersburg Modern Academic Art in the Time of Globalization

Natalia Y. Kamenetskaya, artist, curator, researcher of the Russian State University for the Humanities
The Interaction of Cultures in the Poly-Ethnical Space: Gender Aspect. Art Exhibitions

Sergey S. Stupin. PhD in Philosophy, senior researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts  
Existence as a Subject of Artistic Searches. Humanistic Responses of Contemporary Art

Sergey Dozhd, artist, curator, Honorary Member of the Russian Academy of Arts
New Trends of Modern Culture Development

Pavel N. Turaev, Corresponding Member of the Russian academy of Arts, Honored Artist of Russia
Some Development Trends of the Work by Contemporary Moscow Sculptors

17.00 – Visit to Tsereteli Art Gallery


MAY 12, 2015 - Tuesday
Venue: the White Hall of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Arts, 21 Prechistenka street, Moscow

15.00 – Panel Discussion

The Russian Academy of Arts,
The Russian State University of Justice
M. Lomonosov Moscow State University
Institute of Art Business and Antiques

WAR CRIMES AGAINST ART: HISTORY WITH CONTINUATION: PANEL DISCUSSION

Moderators:
Irina A. Kolosova, founder of the Institute of Art Business and Antiques
Elena V. Piskunova, PhD in Law, Senior Teacher of N. Radutnaya Chair for Criminal Procedure, Criminalistics and Legal Expertise, Head of the Criminalistics Laboratory of the Russian State University of Justice

Welcoming address:
G.P. Ivliev, Deputy Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation, Member of the Trustees’ Council of the Law Department of the Moscow State University
Igor E. Manylov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association of Lawyers of Russia  
Kirill E. Rybak, Doctor of Cultural Sciences, Advisor to the Russian Minister of Culture
Denis E. Lukashin, Director General of the Art Consulting group of companies (expertise and evaluation of artworks);

Anatoly I. Vilkov, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts, Honored Worker of Art of the RF, Member of the RF Commission for UNESCO
Losses of the Wartime and Restitution of Cultural Values: Legal Status of Cultural Values Displaced as a Result of WWII  

Lev R. Klebanov, Doctor of Law, Associate Professor, senior researcher of the Institute of State and Law
Criminal-Legal Protection of Cultural Values from Criminal Threats  

Andrey A. Aryamov, Doctor of Law, Professor, Professor of the Chair for Criminal Law of the Russian State University of Justice
Illegal Operations with Cultural Values (The  Scythian Gold)

Fyodor A. Vestov, PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Professor of the Chair for Criminal, Ecological Law and Criminology of the Legal Department of N. Chernyshevsky Saratov State University
The Improvement of Responsibility for War Crimes Against Art in the Constitutional  State

Dmitry A. Volchkov, Deputy Head of the 3rd Department – Head of the 2nd Department of the NCB of Interpol of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Interpol in the Mechanism of Combating Criminal Attacks on Cultural Values

Sergey V. Shoshin, PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair for Ecological Law and Criminology of the Legal Department of N. Chernyshevsky Saratov State University
Some Problems of Investigation of War Crimes in the Sphere of Art and Arrangement of Holding of Forensic Art History Expertise

Vasilisa O. Neshataeva, PhD in Law, Associate Professor of the Chair for International Law of the Russian State University of Justice, Coordinator of HELP Programs of the Council of Europe in Russia
Intentional Destruction of Cultural Heritage Objects

Maria S. Tarskikh, Academician I. Grabar All-Russian Art Research and Restoration Center
Preserving the Cultural Heritage. Academician I. Grabar All-Russian Art Research and Restoration Center: Salvation of Cultural Values Suffered in the Years of the Great Patriotic War

Shamil N. Khaziev, PhD in Law, senior researcher of the Institute of State and Law  
Judicial-Expert Study of Cultural Values

Alexey A. Alexandrov, PhD in History, Pro-Rector for Teaching and Research Work of the Moscow City University of Management of the Government of Moscow; Natalia V. Alexandrova, Senior Research Worker of the Manuscipts   Department of A. Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts; Evgenia S. Kryukova, PhD in Law, Assistant of the Chair for Criminal Procedures of the Law Department of the Moscow State University
The Basics of Interaction with the Media and the Public when Investigating  Crimes Against Art

Anastasia Lipina, graduate of the Moscow State University
Insurance Compensation in the Case of Theft or Loss of Cultural Values as a Result of War Conflict

Ashkhen Kazaryan, post-graduate of the Legal Department of the Moscow State University, holder of the Fox scholarship of the Yale University
Works of Art – Victims of War: International and Law Aspect

Ivan I. Tuchkov, Doctor of History, Deputy Head for Research Work of the History Department of the Moscow State University, Head of the Chair for General History of Art of the Moscow State University
Art History and Problems of  Cultural Values Displacement








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