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THE 29th ALPATOV READINGS: THE GARDEN AND PARK ART OF EAST AND WEST. THE DIALOGUE AND FORMS OF IDENTITY


06.12.2018 -

The Department of Art History and Art Criticism and the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts invite you to attend the International Research Conference – The 29th Alpatov Readings: “The Garden and Park of East and West. The Dialogue and Forms of Identity”, that will take place in the White Hall of the Russian Academy of Arts (21 Prechistenka street, Moscow) on December 6-7, 2018.


The project is aimed at studying the historical and cultural heritage of academic school in the field of garden and park art and the ecological component in art culture in general. The head of the project: Dmitry O. Shvidkovsky, Academician-Secretary of the Department of Art History and Art Criticism, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts, Academician of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, Doctor of Art History, Professor, Honorary Doctor of Shibaura Institute in Tokyo.

On December 7, 2018 the Conference participants are planned to visit the Botanic Garden of the Moscow State University. The Conference will be accompanied by publishing a monography “The Dialogue of Cultures of East and West in Garden and Park Art”. The Russian Academy of Arts is not responsible for the Conference’s traveling and accommodation expenses.

The Organizing Committee of the Conference:

Chairman:

Zurab Tsereteli, President of the Russian Academy of Arts

Co-Chairman:

Dmitry Shvidkovsky, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts

Members of the Organizing Committee:

Elena Romanova

Natalia Tolstaya

Krasimira Lukicheva

 

THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 

The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation

The Russian Academy of Arts (RAA)

The Department of Art History and Art Criticism of the RAA

The Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA

 

December 6, 2018

Venue: the White Hall of the Russian Academy of Arts

             21 Prechistenka street, Moscow

 

10.30 – Morning Session

Moderator: Dmitry Shvidkovsky,  PhD in Art History, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts

 

Greetings:

Victor Kalinin, the First Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts

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

 

Opening addresses:

Tatyana Kochemasova, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts

Dmitry Shvidkovsky, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts

 

Andrey Reiman, Head of the Council for Landscape Architecture of St. Petersburg Union of Architects (St. Petersburg)

The Western-European Influence on the Russian Garden Art of the Late 17 – Early 19 Century. The Searches of an Artistic Image   

 

Dmitry Shvidkovsky, Doctor of Art History, Academician of the RAA, Rector of the Moscow Institute of Architecture (Moscow)

The Symbolism of Gardens of Russian Enlightenment

 

Rimma Schipina, PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Chair for Restoration and Expertise of Cultural Heritage Objects, St. Petersburg State University of Culture (St. Petersburg)

The Paradise: The Lost Unique Gardens of St. Trinity Alexander-Nevsky Lavra

 

Alexey Reteyum, PhD in Architecture, Director of the Affiliate of the Botanic Garden of M. Lomonosov Moscow State University “Aptekarsky Ogorod” (Moscow)

The Project of Revival and Development of “Aptekarsky Ogorod” – the Botanic Garden of M. Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1993-2018

 

Boris Sokolov, Doctor of Art History, Professor, Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow)

The Oriental Motifs on the Program and Landscape of Schwetzinger Park

 

Vera Pavlova, PhD in Architecture, Associate Professor of the Chair for Landscape Architecture, Moscow Institute of Architecture (Moscow)

Traditions of the Garden and Park Art of East and West in Modern Concepts of Landscape Architecture

 

Natalia Sinyavina, PhD in Cultural Studies, Associate Professor of the Chair for Cultural Studies, Moscow Institute of Culture (Moscow)

Elena Makhovich, post-graduate of the Chair for Cultural Studies, Moscow Institute of Culture (Moscow)

The Concept of “The Border” in the Context of the Garden and Park Culture of East and West (China, Japan)

 

Tatyana Matrusova, PhD in Economy, Member of the Association of Japanese Scholars  (Moscow)

The Gardens of Japanese Intellectuals of the Middle of the 17th – Early 20th Century and Prospects of Application of Experience in Creating Japanese Gardens in Russia

 

Anastasia Petrova, PhD in History, Senior Researcher on the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow)

Elena Petrova, PhD in Geography, Senior Researcher of M. Lomonosov Moscow State University

The Comprehension of Japanese Gardens by Russian Travelers in the 19th – Early 20th Century

 

Lada Balashova, PhD in Art History, invited lecturer of Essex University (Great Britain)

The English and Japanese Garden: the History of Understanding of Japanese Landscape Culture in Great Britain  

 

14.30-15.00 - Coffee break

 

15.00 Afternoon Session 

Moderator: Yulia Revzina, Professor, PhD in Art History, Head of the Department of Monumental Art and Architecture of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA

 

Marianna Shevchenko, PhD in Architecture, Professor of the Moscow Institute of Architecture, Senior Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture and City Planning (Moscow)

The Architecture of Chinese Parks in the Period of the Song Dynasty (X-XIII)

 

Ekaterina Kolyada, Doctor of Art History, St. Petersburg Mining University (St. Petersburg)

The Images of Versailles in the Space of Chinese Imperial Gardens

 

Ekaterina Ozhegova, Associate Professor, Chair for the Landscape Architecture, the Moscow Institute of Architecture (Moscow)

Imperials Gardens of China

 

Polina Korotchikova, PhD in Art History, Researcher, Custodian of the Middle East Fund of the State Museum of Oriental Art (Moscow)

The Forgotten Gardens of the Epoch of the Delhi Sultanate and Their Influence on the Garden and Park Art of the Great Moguls

 

Oksana Kifishina, PhD in Art History, Associate Professor, Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow)

The Ancient Traditions of the “Hanging Gardens” in the Context of the Greek Holiday: “The Gardens of Adonis”

 

 

 

Maria Kosheleva, post-graduate of the Chair for Foreign Art of I. Repin St. Petersburg State Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under the RAA (St. Petersburg)

Palace Gardens of the Muslim Spain of the 10th-14th Century

 

Ekaterina Prokofieva, PhD in Architecture, Head of the Chair for Landscape Architecture, Moscow Institute of Architecture (Moscow) 

“Tiled Gardens” of Portugal

 

Ismet Sheikh-Zade, artist of monumental art, teacher of the Chair for City Planning of the Academy of Construction and Architecture, V. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University (Sevastopol)

The Bakhchisarai – Not Only “A Palace in the Garden”. Explicit and Hidden Motifs in the Architectonics and Arrangement of the Landscape of the Bakhchisarai Palace

 

Andrey Gamlitsky, Senior Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts (Moscow)

The Gardens of the Renaissance and the Image of the Heavenly Jerusalem in European and Russian Art of the 16th-17th Century

 

December 7, 2018

Venue: The Theater Hall of the “Aptekarsky Ogorod” - Affiliate of the Botanic Garden of M. Lomonosov Moscow State University

 

10.30-14.00 – Morning Session 

Moderator: Alexey Reteyum, Director of the “Aptekarsky Ogorod” – Affiliate of the Botanic Garden of M. Lomonosov Moscow State University

 

Marian Turek, Professor, Doctor of Habilitation (Gdansk, Poland)

The Gdansk Gardens and Parks of the Interwar Time: the City Planning Concept of Gardening

 

Liudmila Kazakova, Doctor of Art History, Academician of the RAA, Chief Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA

The Landscape Park as a Space Environment for Contemporary Art Object

 

Alevtina Bezgreshnova, PhD in Cultural Studies, Associate Professor, teacher of Children’s Art School N3 (St. Petersburg)

The Dialogue of Images of Russian and Chinese Parks in the Art Project of Alena Vasilieva “Peterhof -Yiheyuan: Imperial Residences of Russia and China”

 

 

Irina Prigarina, Institute of Philosophy, St. Petersburg State University (St. Petersburg)

The Merging of Paths: East and West in Claude Monet’s Garden in Giverny

 

Irina Nadolskaya, post graduate of the Chair for Belarus and World Literature, the Belarus State University of Culture and Arts (Minsk, Belarus)

Turning to the History of Garden and Park Art in Modern Practice of a Small Garden   

 

Daniella Gabalova, master-student, Chair for Landscape Architecture, Moscow Institute of Architecture (Moscow)

The Water “Music” in Gardens of Geoffrey Alan Jellicoe

 

Irina Perfilieva, PhD in Art History, Associate Professor, Leading Researcher of the Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts of the RAA (Moscow)

The “Nature Style” in Russian Jewelry Art of the Second Half of the 20th Century: From Imitation to Transformation

 

Galina Inshakova, specialist in accounting and storage of Museum objects of the State Museum of Oriental Art (Moscow)

The Fruit Garden and Blooming Garden. The Garden Symbolism in West-European and Russian Painting. The Points of Contact

 

Anastasia Zhelnerovich, master-student, Chair for Landscape Architecture, Moscow Institute of Architecture (Moscow)

The Gardens of Herbs and Grains in the Work by Peit Oudolf

 

Anna Mayorova, master-student,  Chair for Landscape Architecture, Moscow Institute of Architecture (Moscow)

From the Zoo to Biopark, the History of Changing Attitude to Keeping Animals in Captivity   

 

Igor Burganov, Honored Artist of Russia, PhD in Art History, Professor|, Corresponding Member of the RAA, Igor Burganov Academy of Arts (Moscow)

The Implementation of Ideas of Eco-psychology in the City Park Environment

 

14.00-15.00 – Break

 

15.00 – Excursion in the Botanic Garden  

 


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