Taking and Denying
Challenging Canons in Arts and Philosophylock_openopen access
The volume includes papers presented at the II International Conference of PhD students of the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the State Institute for Art Studies in Moscow Taking and Denying: Challenging Canons in Arts and Philosophy (23-25 September 2020).
Keywords: Canon. Old masters. Reception. Livre d’artiste. Art ontology. Italian Studies. Easel painting. Tangible forms. Soviet painter. Central Asian architectural décor. Academicism. Islamic architectural ornament. Apocalypse. Berlin Dada. Abstraction. Art history and ethnography. Celebration of unity. VKHUTEMAS. Medieval mosaic floor. Girikh. Film studies. Quattrocento. ‘Motherland’. Compositional axes. Nineteenth-century editions. Russian art. Interpretation. Allegory of Russia. Italian painting. Influence. Parody. Roger Fry. Nicholas Roerich. Bouchot. Christianism. New Objectivity. Contemporary Soviet Art. Richard Wollheim. Soviet architectural décor. Unity of West and East. Expressionism. Post-soviet art. Religion. ‘Peace’. Non-European art exhibitions. Eugene Lanceray. Soviet painting. Proto-Renaissance. National style. YouTube. Postcolonial studies. Nineteenth-century France. Prophecy. Post-Impressionism. Easel Painters’ Society. Gunch. Dmitry Zhilinsky. Дмитрий Жилинский. Art ‘before Raphael’. Museum of Painterly Culture. Miniature. Venturi. Modernism. Shape of water. Timur Novikov. Allegory for peace. Pre-Columbian collections. Edwardian gift book. Woodcut. Project Method – Dynamics. Perception. Book illustration. 15th century. Islimi. Dogma. Weimar art. History of collections. Stucco. Peltae pattern. Systems. Videographic criticism. Post-media condition. Joseph Margolis. Statics. Symbols. Artie Vierkant. Kazan railway station. Marble slab. Monumental painting. Pre-Columbian art. Nostalgia. Type-token distinction. Speculative cinema. Print. Visual perception. Artistic reception. Non finito. Art Nouveau. Post-soviet society. Formula similarity.Published: Dec. 22, 2020
Language: it, en, ruISBN (print): 978-88-6969-463-9