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11
October
2017

REVOLUTION AND HERITAGE/ HERITAGE OF REVOLUTION. Programme of roundtables. November 16-17, 2017, St. Petersburg, General Staff building

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November 16, Thursday

 

ROUNDTABLE “REVOLUTION AND HERITAGE”

Time: 14.30- 17.00

Venue: General Staff Building of the Hermitage

Issues for discussion:

- reevaluation of heritage, change of attitude to it;
- ideologization of heritage;
-
fates of cultural and historical heritage in revolutionary years and in post-revolutionary period; the capital city and province;
-
formation of state system for preservation of monuments;
- Russia’s experience (1905, 1917) and France’s experience (1789, 1830, 1848, 1871) – common features and differences.

Organizers: St. Petersburg Committee for the state preservation of historical and cultural monuments (KGIOP) and Scientific and Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture and Urban Planning (NIITIAG).

Moderator: [to be specified]

Experts:

- Аlexey Shchenkov (Russia, Moscow), Researcher, head of Department of Reconstruction and Restoration Problems of Historical and Architectural Heritage at NIITIAG, professor at Moscow Architectural Institute;

- Еlena Kulchinskaya (Russia, Moscow), Art critic, member of International Association of Art Critics.

Invited to take part in the discussion:

- Еlena Ovsyannikova (Russia, Moscow), Professor at Moscow Architectural Institute; board member at DОCОMОMО Russia;

- Dominique Poulot (France, Paris), Professor at the Paris 1 Panthéon- Sorbonne University;

- Marie Monfort (France, Paris), Conservator for historic monuments at Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs of Île-de-France

- Yann Potin (France, Paris), Archivist at the French National Archives, and associate professor at the University Paris North (CERAL);

- Nikolay Ryazantsev (Russia, Yaroslavl), Associate professor at Moscow State Railway University (Yaroslavl affiliation);

- Diana Keypen-Vardits (Russia, Moscow), Academic secretary at Scientific and Research Institute of Theory and History of Fine Arts at the Russian Academy of Arts, researcher at NIITIAG;

- Natalia Lebina (Russia, St. Petersburg), Doctor of History, professor;

- Yuriy Volchok (Russia, Moscow), Researcher, head of Department of the Latest History of Architecture and Urban Planning at NIITIAG, professor at Moscow Architectural Institute;

- Eleanor Shulepova (Russia, Moscow), Doctor of Culturology, professor;

- Varvara Speranskaya (Russia, St. Petersburg), Professor at St. Petersburg State University; without confirmation

- Irina Kuklinova (Russia, St. Petersburg), Associate professor at St. Petersburg State Institute of Culture.

 

November 17, Friday

ROUNDTABLE “HERITAGE OF REVOLUTION”

Time 10.00- 13.30

Venue: General Staff building of the Hermitage

Organizers: KGIOP and NIITIAG

Issues for discussion:

- new forms in architecture, their origination and development;
- the idea of tradition and its place in new architecture;
- origination of new types of buildings and constructions;
-
revolution’s impact on development of city planning; ideas of “new cites”, attitude to the old city and its transformation;
- “paper architecture”; architectural “utopias” and real construction;
-
new heroes and new monuments;
- “monumental propaganda” – Russia’s and France’s experience;
-
attitude to post-revolutionary heritage today.
 

Moderator:

- Ksenia Malich (Russia, St. Petersburg), Researcher at State Hermitage Museum

Expert:

- Boris Kirikov (Russia, St. Petersburg), Researcher at NIITIAG

 

Invited to take part in the discussion:

- Jean-Louis Cohen (France, Paris), Professor at Collège de France, professor at New York University Institute of Fine Arts and Princeton University;

- Karl Schlögel (Germany, Frankfurt an der Oder), Professor at the Viadrina European University;

- Evgenia Konysheva (Russia, Chelyabinsk), Associate professor at South Ural State University, researcher at NIITIAG;

- Julie Deschepper (France, Paris), Postgraduate student and instructor of Soviet History, Research Center Europes Eurasia (CREE), National Institute of Oriental Languages (INALCO);

- Vladimir Lisovsky (Russia, St. Petersburg), Professor at Repin St. Petersburg State Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, researcher at NIITIAG;

- Svetlana Levoshko (Russia, St. Petersburg), Researcher at NIITIAG, associate professor at St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering;

- Yulia Starostenko (Russia, Moscow), Researcher at NIITIAG;

- Tatiana Kopteva (Russia, Moscow), Researcher at NIITIA;

- Arthur Tokarev (Russia, Rostov-on-Don), Associate professor at Institute of Architecture and Arts at the Southern Federal University;

- Oleg Yaveyn (Russia, Moscow), Professor at Moscow Architectural Institute, architect.

- Mark Gurary (Russia, Moscow), Deputy Chairman of the Council of the Union of Moscow architects for urban development of Moscow

 

November 17, Friday

ROUNDTABLE “CONSERVATION OF SOVIET ARCHITECTURAL MONUMENTS OF 1917-1930” [working title]

Time: 14.30- 17.00

Venue: General Staff building of the Hermitage

Organizers: KGIOP and DOCOMOMO Russia.

Issues for discussion:

- issues of pressing concern related to conservation of Soviet architectural monuments of 1917-1930;
-
solutions to the conservation issues of Soviet architectural monuments;
-
popularization of cultural heritage properties of 1917-1930.

Moderator:

- Nikolay Vasilyev (Russia, Moscow), Secretary General of DOCOMOMO Russia

Invited to take part in the discussion:

- Margarita Stiglits (Russia, St. Petersburg), Associate professor at St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, researcher at NIITIAG;

- Natalia Dushkina (Russia, Moscow), Vice-President of ICOMOS Scientific Committee on 20th Century Heritage, professor at Moscow Architectural Institute;

- Irina Chepkunova (Russia, Moscow), Deputy Director of Shchusev State Scientific and Research Museum of Architecture;

- Alex Dill (Germany, Karlsruhe), Professor at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology;

- Michael Timofeev (Russia, Ivanovo), Professor at Ivanovo State University;

- Tatiana Taychenacheva (Russia, Novosibirsk), Director General of EA-City Non-commercial Foundation, member of the Presidium of public expert council attached to the Mayor of Novosibirsk for city planning issues;

- Alexander Kudryavtsev (Russia, Moscow), Vice-President of Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, Chairman of Russian National Committee of ICOMOS;

- Andrey Chernikhov (Russia, Moscow), President of Yakov Chernikhov International Architectural Charitable Foundation, Director General of LLC “Andrey Chernikhov’s Architectural and Design Shop”;

- Artem Demidov (Russia, Moscow), Chairman of Central Council of All-Russian Society for Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments (VOOPIiK).

 

EVENT FORMAT:

Participation of 8-12 speakers as well as an expert is planned in every section.

Experts in history of architecture and city planning, preservation of monuments are invited.

Procedure and time-limits: speeches by participants (up to 10minutes), with expert’s comments and questions, followed by discussion and answers to questions.

Simultaneous interpretation from Russian into French and/or English will be provided.