Традиции японской чайной церемонии в современном искусстве: к проблеме интерпретации
Journal of the Institute of Oriental Studies RAS. 2018. № 2. С. 154-163.
The aspect of self-correlation with Tradition in art plays an important part while discussing national and cultural identity. However, a piece of art, created in a dialogue with tradition, raises challenging questions to the viewer about the means of interpretation and evaluation of such art-work. Taking as an example the tea pavilion designed by Japanese artist H. Sugimoto, the author muses on the ways and extent of tradition’s impact on proper perception of the artist’s concepts.
Research target: Art History
Priority areas: humanitarian
, Социологическое обозрение 2017 Т. 16 № 2 С. 180-194
In this article, we discuss the interaction of those in positions of power and the subordination of the servant in different cultural traditions. The author contrasts the European practice of rational subordination with the subordination in the more fundamental practice of Russian culture. Speaking about the practices of subordination in the culture, the author is ...
Added: July 20, 2017
, M. : Ad Marginem, 2018
Looking at pictures can be a delightful, exciting or moving experience, but some pictures – and these are often the most rewarding – require some explanation before they can be fully understood. Delving into the origins, designs and themes of over 100 pictures from different periods and places, this book illuminates the art of looking ...
Added: December 3, 2018
, Вестник ВГИК 2014 № 4 (22) С. 126-135
Video art is a hybrid acquiring the means and goals of both contemporary art and the arts of screen. It brings together different ways of perception working both in a manner of a movie which transfers the viewer into virtual daydreaming (Matthew Barney, Steeve McQueen), and in a manner of a painting or sculpture which ...
Added: October 13, 2015
, Н. Новгород : Деком, 2012
The book describes the concepts of culture and language in the work of the austrian writer Franz Kafka. ...
Added: November 4, 2012
Network Composition, Individual Social Capital And Culture: Comparing Traditional And Post-Modernized Ethnic Groups
, , Network Composition, Individual Social Capital And Culture: Comparing Traditional And Post-Modernized Ethnic Groups / National Research University Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Basic research program". 2014. No. 38.
This article deals with the influence of cultural background on the sources of social capital. We analyse four different culture groups – Czechs and Russians representing post-modernized cultures and Dagestanis and Chechens representing traditional cultures. Applying univariate comparisons and Structural Equation Modelling, our results indicate a clear difference between post-modern and traditional cultures. Postmodernity seems ...
Added: April 14, 2014
, Афиша (Российская Федерация) 2017
Рецензия на выставку-ретроспективу Такаси Мураками "Будет ласковый дождь" ...
Added: December 4, 2017
, Ad Marginem, 2018
Эми Демпси представляет хитросплетения современного искусства, порой отпугивающие зрителей и читателей своей сложностью, в виде понятной карты стилей, школ и направлений. В удобной и наглядной форме ее увлекательная книга описывает шестьдесят восемь наиболее важных направлений в искусстве модернизма и постмодернизма. Каждая глава содержит краткую характеристику направления, анализ одной или нескольких типичных для него работ, а ...
Added: September 10, 2020
, Old factories, new stakhanovites: Moscow contemporary art-centres as workplaces / Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities". 2016. No. 138.
In the past 20 years, the increasing number of papers in cultural studies, sociology of the arts and industrial sociology has been focused on creative/cultural workers. They critically reconsidered the over-optimistic view on creative workforce presented earlier by the cultural economists as R. Florida, C. Landry and others. However, there are still many topics, which ...
Added: December 8, 2016
, , Диалог со временем 2015 № 51 С. 261-286
The article focuses on the limits of using oral history methods in the research of academic communities. The authors analyze the language and ways of self-description used by modern Russian academic community. The study is based on the interviews of Post-Soviet university professors, which helps to clarify what is the concept of tradition for them, ...
Added: December 3, 2014
Феномен метамодернизма в современном изобразительном искусстве России (на примере живописи Виталия Пушницкого)
, Идеи и идеалы 2021 Т. 13 № 1 (47). ч.2 С. 425-441
The article is devoted to the analysis of the functioning of metamodernism in the field of Russian contemporary art. Researchers of metamodernism talk about the revival of historicity, depth and affect that were lost with the era of postmodernism. Metamodernism is characterized by oscillation, metaxis, new sincerity, neo-romantic sensuality, reconstruction, etc. In this paper, the ...
Added: March 19, 2021
Трансформация творческой занятости в современной России: на примере сотрудников негосударственных арт-центров Москвы
, Мониторинг общественного мнения: Экономические и социальные перемены 2017 № 2 С. 50-62
In 2000—2010, Moscow cultural environment was undergoing considerable changes related to the emergence of major non-governmental cultural institutions (Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Vinzavod, Strelka Institute, et cet.). The paper is devoted to the labor practices of these institutions. In Great Britain and Western Europe, creative/cultural working conditions were properly studied: both qualitative and quantitative ...
Added: May 2, 2017
, Личность. Культура. Общество 2013 Т. 15 № 2 С. 102-111
The article considers integration processes in various art forms and media sphere. The development of different communication systems demonstrates that the syncretic unity is destroyed by the inner urge to release the individual components in separate systems. On the other hand, in the isolated structures arises a desire for syncretism, which is often accompanied by ...
Added: November 17, 2013
, Новое прошлое 2020 № 1 С. 54-65
Сегодня художники активно включаются в дискуссию о репрезентации прошлого. В современных выставках все чаще можно увидеть обращение к историческим свидетельствам, личным и семейным архивам, каждый раз по-новому осмысляющее значение памяти о прошлом. Включая документ как часть произведения, художники создают особый тип высказывания, существующий на пересечении художественного и документального. Данная статья посвящена способам использования документа в ...
Added: October 8, 2020
, HORIZON. Феноменологические исследования 2020 Т. 9 № 1 С. 69-101
The subject of this article is the debate of Gadamer and Habermas about the nature of critical thinking, the relationship between freedom and authority, the individual and traditions, documented in the book “Hermeneutics and criticism of ideology” (1971). Central to the author is the question: «What understanding of critical thinking would allow us to gain a higher ...
Added: July 5, 2020
, Архитектурное наследство 2011 № 55 С. 77-87
The object of the presented research is a definition of style of the architecture of Arckhangelsk and surrounding territories in the XVIII c. The number of stone churches buil in this predominantly wood-using region was newer high, but only very few remain after years of Soviet cultural terror. The first churches of Arkhangelsk belong to ...
Added: February 13, 2015
, Коммуникации. Медиа. Дизайн 2016 Т. 1 № 3 С. 86-93
Videoart is one of the most vividly evolving phenomenon of mediaart, and its destiny in Russia was far from lucky. In the middle of 1980 one of the first works of videoart were created only by underground artists, the facilities were butleg and illegal. Only 10 years later were launched some of the first exhibitions ...
Added: January 27, 2017
, M. : Ad Marginem, 2018
What is it to be a work of art? Renowned author and critic Arthur C. Danto addresses this fundamental, complex question. Part philosophical monograph and part memoiristic meditation, What Art Is challenges the popular interpretation that art is an indefinable concept, instead bringing to light the properties that constitute universal meaning. Danto argues that despite varied approaches, ...
Added: August 12, 2018
, Academia. Архитектура и строительство 2013 № 4 С. 62-69
Sierra Gorda is remote mountainous region of Central Mexico. A group of five missionary churches was built here in 1750th-1760th by Franciscans monks led by famous fray Serra, future apostle of California. They had very interesting architectural forms, a mixture of colonial Spanish and local indigenous traditions. They are even listed by UNESCO world heritage, ...
Added: February 20, 2014
, Архитектурное наследство (Россия) 2013 Т. 58 С. 108-117
The paper proposes the periodization of the Buryat Buddhist architecture and main characteristics of its different stages. In 1750–1850 the architectural forms combined Russian techniques and features with some elements of construction practice of adjacent Mongolian lands. At the same time the iconography was influenced by mandalas, symbolical representations of Tibetan sacred places. In 1850–1900 ...
Added: February 21, 2014
, , Художественная культура 2019 № 1 С. 162-173
The article is dedicated to analysis of artistic practices of neodada and its possible reintegration in the current art process. Taking such neodada features as process-based and performative projects we point out the relation of such practices to zen philosophy which used to influence the intellectuals in 1950–1960s. We argue that the aim to fight ...
Added: April 24, 2019
, Вестник ВГИК 2015 № № 3 (25) С. 82-91
The phenomenon of a one-shot video art is viewed in this article as a specific narrative structure, persuading a spectator not to concentrate on the actual meaning of a video but to plunge into variety of interpretations. Author analyses the specific features of design in a one-shot videos and the means of expression such a ...
Added: September 8, 2015
, Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe 2018 Vol. 26 No. 2-3 P. 165-179
The article studies the political art of the Russian artist Pyotr Pavlensky, in particular his actions of 2012-2016, in the conext of the biopolitical transformation of contemporary Russia. It conceptualizes and applies Michel Foucault's "biopolitics" to contemporary Russia. In this paradigm, Pavlensky apprears as "bare life", in the terms of Giorgio Agamben, and his physical body ...
Added: April 14, 2018
, Picture without Frame: How Do We Recognize Aesthetic Objects? / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP "Working Papers of Humanities". 2014. No. 79.
The paper aims to explore how aesthetic objects are constituted in the process of perception. Most of the studies of arts in social sciences take an artwork for granted and assume that it is seen because it is meant to be seen. Using examples of recent works in the sociology of art, I demonstrate that ...
Added: December 4, 2014
, М. : Т8, Пальмира, 2020
This study examines the history of video art as a special form of moving image that consistently violates the rules and traditions developed in cinema and on television. Alexandra Persheeva shows how, with the help of montage, it is possible to push together not only images, but also entire discursive fields, how meanings arise at the ...
Added: June 17, 2020