Ural State University of Architecture and Art

ISSN 1990-4126

Authors

Galeeva
Tamara
A.

PhD. (Art Studies), Associate Professor.
Ural Federal University,

Russia, Yekaterinburg, e-mail: Tamara.Galeeva@urfu.ru

PUBLICATIONS

Galeeva Tamara A., Senokosova Anastasia N.
THE ARTISTIC AND PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF WALTER SPIES IN THE ISLAND OF BALI (INDONESIA) IN THE 1920–1930s

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №2 (74) June, 2021

The article is devoted to the significance and contents of the pedagogical activities of the Russian-German artist Walter Spies, who stood at the origins of professional fine arts on the island of Bali. The key points of the pedagogical program implemented by W.Spies in the course of the Pita Maha Association of Balinese Masters are considered and related changes in the traditional art culture of Bali are reviewed. The study aims to close the gap in the knowledge of the history of modern Balinese art in Russia as an example of integrative contacts between of Eastern and Western traditions.

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Galeyeva T.A. Senokosova A.N. THE ARTISTIC AND PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF WALTER SPIES IN THE ISLAND OF BALI (INDONESIA) IN THE 1920–1930s [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2021. – №2(74). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2021_2/18/  – doi: 10.47055/1990-4126-2021-2(74)-18

Galeeva Tamara A.
SET DESIGN BY SERGE SUDEIKIN ON AMERICAN STAGE IN THE 1920s: RUSSIAN BALLETS OF IGOR STRAVINSKY IN METRPOLITAN OPERA

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №4 (60) December, 2017

The article reviews the work of the Russian émigré painter Serge Sudeikin (1882–1946) on ballet performances in New York Metropolitan Opera in the 1920s. Using two performances with Igor Stravinsky’s music («Petrushka», 1925, and «Les Noces», 1929), the author considers Sudeikin’s set design during that period, follows up the changes in his stylistics of ballet set design, and evaluates their significance for the further evolution of the master who fit naturally into the context of another culture. Based on archival documents, visual material, publications of those years, and modern studies, an attempt is made to reconstruct the visual image of the performances that have been undeservedly put back in the history of set design into the shadow of their better known analogues of Diaghilev’s company: the performances by А. Benois – М. Fokin – I. Stravinsky («Petrushka», 1911) and B. Nijinska – N. Goncharova – I. Stravinsky («Les Noces», 1923).

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Galeeva T.A. SET DESIGN BY SERGE SUDEIKIN ON AMERICAN STAGE IN THE 1920s: RUSSIAN BALLETS OF IGOR STRAVINSKY IN METRPOLITAN OPERA [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2017. – №4(60). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2017_4/16 

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