ART AND EXPOSITION. HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE AND INNOVATIVE TRENDS: INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE

The Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Arts and the National Academy of Design invite you to attend the International Research Conference “Art and Exposition. Historical Experience and Innovative Trends”, that will take place in the “Home Church” hall of the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Russian Academy of Arts (19 Prechistenka street, Moscow) on March 29-30, 2018 at 12.00.

CONFERENCE PROGRAM  

March 29, 2018
Venue: The “Home Church” hall of the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Russian Academy of Arts, 19 Prechistenka street, Moscow

Afternoon Session – 12.00

Welcoming addresses:
- V.G. Kalinin, the First Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts
- D.O. Shvidkovsky, Vice-President, Academician-Secretary of the Department of Art History and Art Criticism of the Russian Academy of Arts
- N.V. Tolstaya, Director of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts
V.P. Aronov, Doctor of Art History, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts

R.M. Baiburova, PhD in Art History
The First Pubic Art Exhibitions in Russia (The Imperial Academy of Arts, 18th century)

E.M. Glinternik, Doctor of Art History, Professor
Exhibition Activity and Development of Russian Graphic Design at the turn of the 20th Century)

K.K. Aronov, Doctor of Art History, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts  
Specific Features of the Architectural and Artistic Design of Museums and Exhibition Complexes in Astana

E.S. Asylkhanov, Doctor of Pedagogics, Professor
The Civilization Mission of the capital of Astana in Artefacts and Exposition Design Concepts



S.A. Nasekin, A.M. Mescheryakov
The Exhibition Space of the Sviyazhsk History Museum. Design and Installation Methods  

G.V. Vershinin, N.V. Kramskaya
Expo-Design Towards Essence

A.D. Avetisyan, Corresponding Member of MAAM
Trends of British Designers at World Exhibitions: From “the Cringed Hedgehog” to “the Buzzing Beehive”

Demonstration of video and slide-programs provided for the Conference by international participants  

March 30, 2018
Venue: The “Home Church” hall of the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Russian Academy of Arts, 19 Prechistenka street, Moscow

Morning Session – 11.00

A.N. Lavrentiev, Doctor of Art History
The Avant-Garde Design and Architecture in Exhibition Projects of 2017. Options

Y.V. Nazarov, Doctor of Art History, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts;  D.V. Semenenko
Organization of the Exposition Environment for Blind People and People with Poor Eyesight

V.V. Laptev, PhD in Art History
The experience of Traveling Isostatic Exhibitions

M.A. Morozova, PhD in Art History, PR representative of the Museum of Design “Vitra”, Germany
The Exposition Practice and History of the Museum of Design “Vitra”

D.V. Manukyan
Creative Searches in the Field of Exposition of the Leading Representatives of European Avant-Garde of the 1920s

V.V. Savinkin
The Analyses of International Exhibitions of Architecture and Design “ARCH Moscow” from 1996 to 2018

S.G. Dzhafarova
Exhibition as an Expressive Work

M.T. Maistrovskaya, Doctor of Art History, Professor
The Exposition Panorama of Moscow in the Early 21st Century: Trends, Projects, Masters  

F.A. Lvovsky, Professor
Exposition as a Typological Category in Art and Design. Art and Communication Expositions in the Time of Globalization

Y.P. Manusevich, PhD in Architecture
The Study of Environmental Contexts in the Practice of Contemporary Exhibition

L.N. Klimova, PhD in Pedagogics
Context Technologies of the Exhibition Proto-Design of the Workshop

E.V. Stegnova, Professor
The Popularization of Science through Exposition Design. The “Breakthrough” Exhibition  in the Archives of the Russian Academy of Arts

POSTERS:

Catherine Walworth, Curator of the Columbia Art Museum (Columbia, South Carolina, U.S.A)

Etsuko Watari, curator, Director of the private Watarium Museum of Contemporary Art  in Shibuya  (Tokyo, Japan)

Federica Dal Falco, Professor of the Sapienza University of Rome (Rome, Italy)
From the Experience of Working at Multimedia Projects for Rome Museums  

E.B. Koryagin, PhD in Art History, Professor (Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A)
A Conservative’s Notes

Verena Huber (architect VSI, Zurich, Switzerland), Susanne Rock (architect, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland),  A.S. Mikhailova
The Doors Are Open – How Do We Live, How Do Others Live? Ten Years of the Traveling Exhibitions about the Everyday Life in the East and West

F.M. Nadyrshin, Lilia Nadyrshine (designer, Adelaide, Australia)
The Ephemeral Architectonic Design  and Art Objects: Reflections on Annual Festivals in Adelaide


Badreddine Melakhessou, architect (the city of Batna, Algeria)
Urban Spectacles in the Aspect of Exposure


I.F. Sigmatullina
Non-Transfigured World of Psychology of Art and Creativity

S.M. Mikhailov, L.Z. Karamova
Historical and Architectural Exhibition in the History of the City Design  

D.A. Shatilov
Identification of the Tectonics in Exhibiting a Monument of Architecture

O.F. Ryabov, I.V. Nikolaeva
City as an Exposition of Emotions

O.F. Ryabov, PhD in Psychology
Exposition Qualities of Urban Environment

I.A. Gordievskikh
Some Aspects of Using Multi-Media Technologies in Exhibition Practices

T.O. Gabrielyan, PhD in Art History    
Global Graphic Net as Design Environment

N.D. Dembich, PhD in Art History
Design of Exposition Spaces. Experience of the School of Design of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

L.B. Freivert, PhD in Philosophy  
Exposition as a Typological Category in Art and Design

K.I. Novokhatko
Artistic and Exhibition Strategies of Literary Museums  

A.V. Dyubo
Urban Development Stalls as an Object of the City Exposition

E.S. Rodionova
Means of Navigation as an Element of Architectural and Art Exposition in a City

D.V. Rakipova
Application of the Theory of  Archetypes in the Creation of Images of Visual Communications in the Urban Environment


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