The results of the new original research of using Gothic motives in the modern costume design are presented in the monograph. For the first time in the world relevant and promising for the modern costume Gothic images and symbols have been revealed; a classification of harmonious and disharmonious Gothic symbols in the modern costume design has been developed; principles of creating harmonious Gothic image in the modern costume design have been created as well as practical recommendations for designers. The research results have been added to Makarova T. L.'s and Makarov S. L.'s computer database (which contains symbols and images of the modern costume design) for using in educational process. The results obtained will be useful for costume designers: for clothes fashion collections creating and effective sales; for graphic designers in the advertising design: for creating advertising and social posters, advertising matters, corporate identity, photo shoots which have positive influence on consumer.
The monograph will be useful for specialists in the fields of design and advertising, for students (bachelors and holders of a master's degree: Masters of Arts) and also for specialists of different fields of science, for firms representatives who are interested in design and advertising, new images and symbols, relevant tendencies and practice of using perspective and promising decisions of Gothic style in design and advertising campaigns.
The collection contains reports and speeches at the VII International scientific-practical conference "Recording and Playback of volumetric images in film and other areas", held on 23-25 April 2015 in Moscow. For professional engaged in the research, development, implementation and operation of equipment and technology of bulk moving pictures, as well as for university students, graduate students, engineers, operators, and other specialists.
The collection contains materials, reports and presentations at the II International scientific-practical conference "Innovative technologies in cinema and education", held 21-25 September 2015 in Moscow at the Russian State Institute of Cinematography named after SA Gerasimov. For cameramen, of Cinema, the film industry education teachers as well as students and other professionals.
Five of the most influential and provocative art historians of our time have come together to provide a comprehensive history of art in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries―the most important chronicle of modern art for a generation.
The authors of Art Since 1900 adopt a unique, year-by-year structure in which they present more than one hundred and twenty short essays, each focusing on crucial events and the creation of a seminal work, the publication of an artistic manifesto, or the opening of a major exhibition that tell the story of the dazzling diversity of practice and interpretation that characterizes art of this period. Each turning point and breakthrough of modernism and postmodernism is explored in depth, as are the frequent anti-modernist reactions that proposed alternative visions of art and the world. Art Since 1900 introduces students to the key theoretical approaches to modern and contemporary art in a way that enables them to comprehend the many “voices” of art in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. 311 full-color and 128 black-and-white illustrations
Esta obra académica reúne los estudios que analizan los procesos históricos, políticos, sociales y económicos en España y Rusia desde la Edad Media hasta los comienzos del siglo XXI. Los especialistas rusos y españoles, se centran en los diversos problemas dando una visión panorámica del hispanismo actual. En ella se trata del derecho medieval español, de la historia de las relaciones diplomáticas hispano-rusas, especialmente en las épocas moderna y contemporánea; de los cambios en el sistema político español de hoy, de las relaciones económicas, de los temas de imagología y la identidad nacional, así como del papel de España en el mundo actual. Se presta una atención particular a los temas culturales, a la historia de las mentalidades, a los problemas de la traducción y la percepción cultural, al análisis de los paralelismos en los fenómenos mentales y creativos en España y Rusia. La edición está dirigida tanto a los investigadores en ciencias humanas y sociales, como al lector interesado en los estudios de España y en las relaciones hispano-rusas.
This is the 8th book in the series History & Culture of Traditional Japan, issued by the Institute of Classical and Oriental Studies (vol. LVII) of the Russian State Univerity for the Humanities.
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 at – and talking about – pictures. Woodford shows how you can read a picture by examining the formal and stylistic devices used by an artist, and explores popular themes and subject matters, and the relationship of pictures to the societies that produced them. The book is supplemented by a glossary of key terms, ranging from art movements and technical terms to religious and classical terminology, to give readers all the information they need at their fingertips.
The study deals with the hermeneutics of the cinema of the twentieth century, the disclosure of excluded content and cinepolitics based on the analysis of more than one hundred foreign and Soviet/Russian films. The book will be of interest to anyone interested in the phenomenon of mass culture, cinema and nature of power within their philosophical, sociological and cultural-political interpretation.