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Art Studies Magazine

2014 ¹3

2014 ¹3

Theme of the Issue:
This and the next issue, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the State Institute for Art Studies, demonstrate the broad spectrum of contemporary research endeavors carried out by its staff. These activities take place in line with the context of the longstanding work of the Institute, which is aimed primarily at developing the methodological aspects of the study of art. Bringing together a whole range of strategic directions, in particular, the integrated approach to the study of Russia’s culture, became in many respects possible due to Academician Grigori Sternin, a leading scientist in the field of art studies, who passed away in 2013. The first part of the magazine is devoted to the memory of Grigori Sternin. The research work of the members of his team Russian Artistic Culture has become a prologue to “The History of Russian Art”, a large-scale scientific undertaking of the Institute. Two other sections, “The Art of the Eastern Christian World” and “Architecture. Theory and Practice”, also illustrate the contextual integrated method of art studies.

Summary
Authors

MEMORY OF GRIGORI STERNIN (1927–2013)

Lidiya Andreyeva. The Academic Horizons of Grigori Sternin

Eleonora Paston. Remembering the Teacher

Tatyana Karpova. Remembering the Teacher

Tatyana Yudenkova. Remembering the Teacher

Irina Karasik. Remembering the Teacher

THE ART OF THE EASTERN CHRISTIAN WORLD

Olga Kostina – Grigori Sternin – Lev Lifshits. The Missionary Outreach of Humanists

Vladimir Sarabyanov. The Images of Venerated Saints of Pre-Mongolian Russia on Frescoes in the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev. Revisiting the question of the formation of local traditions. Part I

Svetlana Tatarchenko. Frescoes of the Virgin Mary Church in Kintsvisi, Georgia

ARCHITECTURE. THEORY AND PRACTICE

Tatyana Malinina. Modernism and «Modernisms»: the Content of this Concept and the Expansion of its Boundaries in Architectural Criticism by the 21st Century. Methodological notes

Igor Dukhan. Neoclassicism and Happiness

Yevgeny Kononenko. Turkish Mosque: Between Neoclassicism and Non-Classicism

EPOCH. ARTIST. IMAGE

Natalia Shcherbakova. Honore Daumier: From Politic Caricature to Masks

Polina Tokmacheva. The Pre-Raphaelites in the Context of English Culture of the Second Half of the 19th – Early 20th Century

Svetlana Domogatskaya. Russian Sculpture of the Second Half of the 19th – early 20th Century

Elena Bespalova. Bakst and Modernism

Nikita Makhov. Pavel Filonov. Early Period. «Mirovy Recognition» under the Sign of the Apocalypse