XXVII Apatov Readings Dedicated to the Value of the Artistic, Scientific And Teaching Heritage of Vasili Kandinski: International Research Conference at the Russian Academy of Arts

The Russian Academy of Arts (RAA), Department of Art History and Art Criticism of the RAA and Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts under the RAA, Vasili Kandinski Society invite you to attend the 27th Alpatov Readings Dedicated to the Value of the Artistic, Scientific and Teaching Heritage of Vasili Kandinski (In Honor of the 150th Birth Anniversary of the Artist), that will take place at the Russian Academy of Arts on November 24-25, 2016. THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM November 24, 2016 Venue: The Apple Hall of the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Russian Academy of Arts (RAA), 19 Prechistenka street, Moscow 11.00 – Morning Session to be managed by Natalia V. Tolstaya, Director of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts under the RAA Welcoming addresses: Konstantin V. Khudyakov, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts Dmitri O. Shvidkovsky, Doctor of Art History, Academician of the RAA Alexander K. Yakimovich, Doctor of Art History, Academician of the RAA Natalia V. Sinyavina, PhD in Culturology, Associate Professor of the Chair for History, History of Culture and Museum Management of the Moscow State Institute of Culture The Creative Views of Vasili Kandinsky in the Context of the Ideas of Culture of the Silver Age Alexander N. Inshakov, PhD in Art History, Leading Researcher of the Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts under the RAA Vasili Kandinsky and Russian Avant-Garde: the Problem of Light and Color as a Great Utopia Nadezhda P. Podzemskaya, Doctor of Art History, PhD in Philology, Researcher of the French National Center for Scientific Researches and the Center for Arts and Language Researches in Paris Vasili Kandinsky and the Establishment of the Academy of Art Sciences. On the Issue of the Urgency of an Artist’s Art Science Mickhail Y. Shishin, Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Head of the UNESCO International Chair of the Altai State Technical University, Director of the Institute of Complex Studies of the Greater Altai The Philosophy of an Art Structure and Form in Works by Vasili Kandinsky Svetlana M. Gracheva, Doctor of Art History, Head of the Department of Theory and History of Arts, Professor of the Chair for Russian Art of I. Repin St. Petersburg State Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture The Heritage of Vasili Kandinsky’s Art Criticism Zinaida R. Gafurova, Senior Teacher of the Chair for Social Sciences and Technologies of the MISIS National Research University of Technologies Vasili Kandinsky as a Teacher: Teaching Principles and Methods Valentina M. Zubets, PhD in History, Associate Professor of the Chair for Art and Humanities of S. Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industries Innovative Methods of the Art Teaching Activity of Vasili Kandinsky in the Higher Art and Technical Studies (VKHUTEMAS) Natalia I. Druzhkova, Doctor of Pedagogics, PhD in Art History, Professor of Art and Graphic Department of the Institute of Arts Vasili Kandinsky in BAUHAUS (Theoretical Foundations of the Art Teaching Activity) 14.30-15.00 – Coffee break 15.00 – Afternoon Session to be managed by Mickhail Y. Shishin, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts Petr L. Baranov, Art Historian The Foundation for Modern Art Development and the Establishment and Destiny of the Museum of Painting Culture Gleb V. Napreenko, Art Historian and Art Critic The Entirely Private Method of the Universal. The Art of Vasili Kandinsky as a Problem for Contemporary Art Nailya R. Kireeva, PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Chair for Art and Humanities of S. Stroganov Moscow State Academy for Arts and Industry Vasili Kandinsky and Franz Mark About the Era of the Great Spiritual Anna Y. Chudetskaya, PhD in Art History, Leading Researcher of A. Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts “On the Spiritual in Art” by Vasili Kandinsky in the Interpretation of V. Nemukhin and L. Masterkova (the late 1950s-1960-s) Sergey I. Orlov, PhD in Art History, Leading Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts under the RAA Vasili Kandinsky. The Crossing of the Plot and Improvisations Elena V. Sharonkina-Vitek, PhD in Art History The Russian Theme in Works of Vasili Kandinsky in the Munich Period Evgeniya V. Orlova, PhD in Art History, Senior Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts under the RAA The Art of Vasili Kandinsky and German Neoexpressionists: a Bridge or a Crack? Anastasia V. Martynova, post-graduate, Postgraduate Department of the Russian Museum Phenomenological Approach to the Study of Abstract Painting Alexander M. Eliseev, PhD in Engineering, Chairman of the Committee for the Turnover of Cultural Values, Preservation of Cultural Heritage and Philanthropy of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Winner of the State Prize of the Russian Federation The Theoretical Heritage of Vasili Kandinsky in the Artmetria November 25, 2016 Venue: The White Hall of the Russian Academy of Arts, 21 Prechistenka street, Moscow 11.00 – Morning Session to be managed by Leonid A. Bazhanov, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts Leonid A. Bazhanov, Art Director of the State Center for Contemporary Art The Revival of Abstraction Andrey V. Efimov, Doctor of Architecture, Professor, Head of the Chair for Environmental Design of the Moscow Institute of Architecture; Natalia G. Panova, Associate Professor of the Chair for Environmental Design of the Moscow Institute of Architecture The Influence of Vasili Kandinsky on the Shaping of Forms in Today’s Architecture Sergey A. Dzikevich, PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Chair Aesthetics of the Philosophy Department of M. Lomonosov Moscow State University The Influence of Vasili Kandinsky’s Ideas on the Development of Aesthetics of Color Perception


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