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III TOLSTOY READINGS. MONUMENTAL ART OF RUSSIA – THE PAST AND THE PRESENT: RESEARCH CONFERENCE AT THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS


18.12.2019 - 19.12.2019


 

The Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts (RAA) invites you to attend the research conference “III Tolstoy Readings. Monumental Art of Russia – the Past and the Present” in memory of the distinguished art historians Vladimir P. Tolstoy and Andrey V. Tolstoy, that will take place in the White Hall of the Russian Academy of Arts (21 Prechistenka street, Moscow) on December 18-19, 2020.

 

THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 

December 18, 2019

Venue: the White Hall of the Russian Academy of Arts

            21 Prechistenka street, Moscow

 

11.00- Morning Session

Moderator: Natalia Tolstaya, Director of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA  

 

Anna Pavlova, Head of the Department of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA, PhD in Art History)

PROVINCIAL RELIGIOUS WALL PAINTING OF THE 19TH – EARLY 20TH CENTURIES AND FOLK ART

 

Yury Volchok, Moscow Institute of Architecture, Head of the Department, PhD in Architecture

THE ROLE OF THE “ZHIVSCULPTARKH” CONCEPT IN THE MODERN CONTEXT OF ARCHITECTONIC SYNTHESIS

 

Igor Smekalov, the State Tretyakov Gallery, Senior Researcher, Doctor of Art History

STEPAN KARPOV. PAINTING AND MONUMENTAL AND DECORATIVE PROJECTS (1918-1929)

 

Pavel Pavlinov, Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA, PhD in Art History

PAINTING OF EUGENE E. LANCERE OF WWII PERIOD   

 

Natalia Sinyavina, Moscow State Institute of Culture, PhD in Cultural Studies

SPECIFIC FEATURES OF CONSTRUCTING THE IMAGE OF THE LEADER

IN THE SOVIET MONUMENTAL ART OF THE 1920s – 1930s

 

14.00-15.00 – Lunch

 

15.00 – Afternoon Session

Eleonora Zharenova, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts

ON THE DESTRUCTION OF MONUMENTAL ARTWORKS

 

Olga Kholmogorova, Senior Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA

MAITRES OF FORMALISM IN THE SOVIET MONUMENTAL ART OF THE 1960s – 1980s

 

Ekaterina Andreeva-Prigorina, Association of Art Historians of Russia

MOSCOW PALACE OF PIONEERS AND SCHOOL CHILDREN AS AN IMAGE AND SPECIMEN. IN MEMORY OF GRIGORY G. DERVIZ

 

Pavel Yudin, Senior Teacher of S. Stroganov Moscow Academy of Arts and Industries

EARLY MONUMENTAL WORKS BY THE ACADEMICIAN OF THE USSR ACADEMY OF ARTS OLEG P. FILATCHEV

 

Olga Kostina, Leading Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA, PhD in Art History 

ON THE LOST WALL PAINTINGS IN THE MOSCOW SUBWAY IN THE 1930s   

 

Natalia Anikina, President of the Non-Profit Foundation “V. Goryaev Museum”, Honored Figure of Arts of Russia, Academician of the RAA, Member of the Association of Art Historians

WORKS BY IVAN LUBENNIKOV FOR THE MOSCOW SUBWAY. THE XXI CENTURY

 

Svetlana Smirnova, I. Repin St. Petersburg State Academy Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under the RAA, PhD in Art History

MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE IN THE WORK BY VLADIMIR I. SYCHEV

 

 

December 19, 2019

Venue: the White Hall of the Russian Academy of Arts

            21 Prechistenka street, Moscow

 

11.00 – Morning Session   

Moderator: Natalia Tolstaya, Director of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA

 

Igor Glazov, post-graduate of the Moscow State University

THE ROLE OF CLASSICS IN THE FORMATION OF THE IMAGE STRUCTURE OF RUSSIAN MONUMENTAL PAINTING: HERITAGE AND INNOVATIONS

 

Petr Baranov, Foundation for the Development of Contemporary Art, curator)

RUSSIAN MONUMENTAL ART FOR THE LAST 50YEARS (BASED ON THE CURATOR’S PROJECT)

 

Marianna Maevskaya, Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture and City Planning

MEDIAFACADE AS A METHOD  OF ART DESIGN FOR BUILDINGS IN THE XXI CENTURY. SPECIFIC FEATURES OF THE RUSSIAN PRACTICE

 

Olga Thomson, I. Repin St. Petersburg State Institute of Theory and History of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, PhD in Art History, Corresponding Member of the RAA

HYPERMODERNITY OR NOWADAYS II AS A NEW PRESENTATION OF INTERACTION OF THE PAST AND THE PRESENT

 

Alexandra Antonova, St Petersburg State University

SPECIFIC FEATURES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF MONUMENTAL AND DECORATIVE ART IN REGIONS ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE CITY OF VOLGOGRAD AND VOLZHSKY  

 

13.30 – 14.30 – Coffee Break    

 

14.30 – Afternoon Session

 

Dmitry  Mikheikin, Senior Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture and City Planning

MONUMENTAL ART AS A KEY COMPONENT OF THE INTEGRITY OF THE ARCHITECTURAL IMAGE OF THE PITSUNDA RESORT

 

Alexander Baranov, G.V. Chernoskutov Exhibition Hall, researcher, Volzhsky

MONUMENTAL AND DECORATIVE ART OF A SMALL TOWN: REALITY AND POSSIBILITIES

 

Ekaterina Asalkhanova, PhD in Art History, Member of the Association of Art Historians, Ust-Ordynskaya  Children’s Art School

MONUMENTS OF MONUMENTAL AND DECORATIVE PAINTING IN ULAN-UDE, THE CAPITAL OF BURYATIA. THE PAST AND THE PRESENT

Leila Geibatova, PhD in Art History, Member of the Artists’ Union of Russia

MONUMENT AS A SYMBOL OF CULTURAL REVOLUTION (IN THE ASPECT OF THE ANALYSES OF WORKS BY THE FOUNDERS OF DAGESTAN MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE

 

Maina Chebodaeva, (Research Institute of Language, Literature and History of Khakasiya, PhD in Art History

THE ARTIST V.A. TODYKOV AND MONUMENTAL ART OF KHAKASIYA   


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