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Art Studies Magazine

2014 ¹1

2014 ¹1

Theme of the Issue:
The first issue of 2014, whose theme is “Worldview of the Epoch and Plastic Art Images”, is devoted to the basics of every art history study – drawing from the historical, social and worldview context. Special attention is focused on the formation and evolution of the artistic language; this is reflected in the sections “Theory of Art. Artistic Language” and “Books: Text and Illustration as Metaphors of Time” (the issue includes a continuation of the study of a Renaissance romance by Francesco Colonna “Hypnerotomachia Poliphili” and a translation of some of its chapters begun in the previous issue).

Summary
Authors

THEORY OF ART. ARTISTIC LANGUAGE

Peter Kutsenkov, Mikhail Chegodaev. Pre-Dynastic Egypt: Visual Thinking and Art in the Transition Period

Oleg Krivtsun. New Languages of Art: Anthropic Values

Galina Mazheikina. The Other as a Criterion of Forming Artistic Images in 21st-Century Actual Art

Sergey Filippov. The Angular and the Linear: Elements of Natural Scale Reception in Two-Dimensional Visual Arts

BOOKS: TEXTS AND ILLUSTRATIONS AS TIME METAPHORS

Boris Sokolov. The Spiritual Progress of the Hero and the Author in the Romance “Hypnerotomachia Poliphili” (1499). Part II

Yulia Patronnikova. Renaissance Vision of the World in Francesco Colonna’s Romance “Hypnerotomachia Poliphili”. The Mythologem of the Dream

FROM THE HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND MONUMENTAL ART

Darya Vorobyova. Interpretation of Dwarfish Images of the 5th – 10th Century Indian Sacral Art

Ekaterina Zolotova. French 16th Century Architecture: Formation of a National School. Part I

Anna Korndorf. Abode of the Hermit and the Gourmet. Russian Hermitages of the 18th Century

Ekaterina Gavrilova. Sculptural Decorations of Ostankino Palace-Theater: History and Restoration

Andrey Nikolsky. S.V. Chekhonin – Master of Monumental Decorative Painting