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МЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ НАУЧНАЯ КОНФЕРЕНЦИЯ: Искусство или документалистика: фотография в новейшей истории России

Искусство или документалистика: фотография в новейшей истории России

Art versus Document: Photography in Modern Russian History

1-2 июня / 1-2 June 2017

June 1, 2017.

9:00 AM REGISTRATION (Foyer, 3rd Floor)

9:30 AM PANEL 1: The Role of Photography in Soviet History

Joan Neuberger, University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A.
What Else They Are: Thoughts on Historical Photographs

10:00 AM PANEL 2: Early Soviet Photography: Theory and Practice

Kristin Romberg, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.
Constructivist Oformlenie and the Photographic Art-of-Fact

Natalia Zagrebelnaya, National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Ukraine
Between Literature and Film: Victor Shklovskii on Photography / Между литературой и кино: Виктор Шкловский о фотографии

11:30 AM PANEL 3: Photography and Youth Culture

Sergei Oushakine, Princeton University, U.S.A.
Circled and Squared: Lenin, Children, and Photomontage

Katherine Reischl, Princeton University, U.S.A.
Chasing the Photograph: Adaptations of Photo-Illustration in Soviet Children's Literature (1922-1932)

Tatiana Saburova, Indiana University, U.S.A.
“Youth” and “Modernity” in the Photographs of Ogonek from the 1930s through the 1960s /«Молодость» и «современность» в фотографиях журнала «Огонек» 1930-1960-х гг.

2:00 PM PANEL 4: Travel and Leisure in Soviet Photography

Igor Orlov, National Research University Higher School of Economics
“Frozen History:” Soviet Reality in the Photographs of Foreign Tourists / «Застывшая история»: советская действительность на фотоснимках иностранных туристов

Aleksei Popov, V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Simferopol & South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk
The Right to Rest (?): Gloss, Retouching and Negatives of Crimean Resort Photography during the Soviet Era /Право на отдых (?): глянец, ретушь и негатив на фотографиях курортного Крыма советской эпохи

3:00 PM PANEL 5: Inter-Media Entanglements in Post-War Visual Culture: The Photography, Painting, Performance, and Television

Angelina Lucento, International Center for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences, National Research University Higher School of Economics
In the Time of Vremia: Soviet Television and the Evolution of Non-Conformist Photography in the 1970s

Daria Kostina and Tamara Galeeva, Ural Federal University (UrFU)
The Photographic Practices of Evgenii Malakhin in Sverdlovsk in the 1970s /Фотографические практики Евгения Малахина в Свердловске 1970-х гг.

Oxana Gavrishina, Russian State University for the Humanities (RGGU)
Photography as a Pseudo Primitive Art: Reflexion and Practice in the 1970s and 80s /Фотография как псевдопримитив: рефлексия и практика 1970-1980-х гг.


9:30 AM PANEL 6: Theory and Practice of Photography in the Late Soviet Period

Ekaterina Vilkulina, Russian State University for the Humanities (RGGU)
Photojournalism of the “Thaw:” The Formation of a New Canon / Журнальная фотография оттепели: формирование нового канона

Jessica Werneke, International Center for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences, National Research University Higher School of Economics
“Snap” Judgments: Photography Theory and Practice in the Post-War Soviet Union

Daria Panaiotti, European University St. Petersburg
“To See the Documentary:” Regulations and the Creative Strategies of Soviet Documentary Photographers in the “Stagnation” Period /«Видеть документально»: нормативные установки и персональные творческие стратегии советских фотодокументалистов периода застоя

12:00 PM PANEL 7: Documentary, Memory, and Other Aesthetic Strategies Before and After the Collapse of the USSR

Erika Wolf, University of Otago, New Zealand
“A most harmful relapse of formalism”: Photomontage and Photographism in the Post-War Soviet Political Poster

David E. Little, Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, U.S.A.
Closing in on Documentary and Art: Boris Mikhailov’s Meta-montage

Oksana Sarkisova, Central European University, Hungary & Olga Shevchenko, Williams College, U.S.A.
A Private Touch: Soviet-era Family Photographs in Contemporary Art and Documentary Film

1:30 PM Artist Talk: Ksenya Sonnaya


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