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Canzonetta / Agostini Paolo|GAVOTTE / Bach Johann Sebastian|GAVOTTE / Couperin Francois|Prelude 6 / Debussy Claude|Gervaise C Branle de Champagne|ALLEMANDE / Haydn Joseph|- Menuett|ARIA / Haendel Georg Friedrich|- Menuett|- Sonatina|Huszar L Zwei Stuecke - Two pieces - Ket darab|Mezo I Allegretto|- Thema con variazioni|MENUETT C-DUR / Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus|- Menuett (F)|Courante / Pachelbel Johann|Lied / Pepusch John Christopher|SICILIANA / Pergolesi Giovanni Battista|WIEGENLIEDCHEN G-DUR OP 124/6 / Schumann Robert|Bulgarisches Volkslied / Szelenyi Istvan|- Bolgar nepdal|- Zwei russische Volkslieder - Two russian|- Folksongs - Ket orosz nepdal|Ungarisches Volkslied / Szervanszky Endre|- Magyar nepdal|- Ungarisches Volkslied - Hungarian folksong -|- Magyar nepdal|ITALIENISCHES LIEDCHEN OP 39/15 / Tschaikowsky Pjotr Iljitsch|- dal

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Imprint of the Future. Destiny of Piranesi's Ci...
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This book is a catalog of the exhibition by the architect and draughtsman Sergei Tchoban, which is scheduled for October 2020-January 2021 at The Istituto Centrale per la Grafica in Rome. However, the book goes far beyond the format of describing the artworks presented at the exhibition. It is a research aimed at studying trends in the urban development of a contemporary European city. A native of St Petersburg who has organically absorbed the harmony of this city's proportionality and similitude, Sergei Tchoban has always striven to understand the laws which govern the development of cities like St Petersburg and the great prototypes in whose image it was created. Is it possible to preserve these cities' outstanding quality? And is it possible to pursue this quality today, at the current stage of development of architecture? These are the central questions posed in the exhibition and the book, which marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720 - 1778). One of the greatest artists of his time, Piranesi succeeded in capturing the development of the European city as a phenomenon which, despite many layers and internal contradictions, is nevertheless harmonious. In analyzing the development of the language of architecture that is characteristic of our time, Sergei Tchoban integrates individual emphatically futuristic volumes into the panoramas of streets in the European city. Subsequently, he transcribes these elements into 18th-century Roman situations recreated on the basis of motifs taken from Giovanni Battista Piranesi's Vedute di Roma. Four of these fantasies are original prints of etchings by Piranesi into which elements of an architecture of the future have been inserted using the medium of etching (executed by the architect Ioann Zelenin on the basis of ideas and sketches by Sergei Tchoban). This insertion of futuristic buildings into situations taken from, and then etchings by, Piranesi is a vivid demonstration of how contemporary architecture behaves and is perceived in the body of the European city, a city based on the harmony of similitude. Ruined masterpiece or imprint of the future? This is probably the principal question for this research. Using graphic art and etching to stage the destruction of a monument (the original of a Piranesi etching), Sergei Tchoban initiates a discussion about whether this kind of integration is merely an act of vandalism - or a way of transforming a reproduction print (many European cities created by the mighty force of the harmony of similitude are indeed very similar to one another) into an original that exists as a unique copy. Are we destroying harmony or creating a fundamentally new type of harmony? Sergei Tchoban is sure that this painful transformation of the European city has been happening for at least 100 years and that society must finally work out how to relate to this process. Essentially, it is this that is Piranesi's true legacy: a call to an honest conversation regarding the condition of the layers and parts that constitute the European city as a highly important piece of our heritage and at the same time a space for future development. Sergei Tchoban is a Russian and German architect working in various cities in Europe and the Russian Federation. He is a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA), the Union of Architects of Russia, and the Union of Artists of Russia, and honorary academician of the Russian Academy of Arts. In 2010 and 2012 Sergei Tchoban was the curator of the Russian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (in 2012 he was awarded a Special Mention - the first time that Russia has won an award at the Venice biennale). In 2009 he founded the Tchoban Foundation - Museum for Architectural Drawing, whose purpose is to house a collection of drawings and watercolours by Western European architects, painters and artists from the 18th century through to the first half of the 19th century, as well as to popularize this art form among contemporary architects. In 2018 Sergei Tchoban was awarded the European Architecture Prize. He has won many international drawing competitions, including KRob Architecture Competition (USA) and the competition of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI).

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Imprint of the Future. Destiny of Piranesi's Ci...
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This book is a catalog of the exhibition by the architect and draughtsman Sergei Tchoban, which is scheduled for October 2020-January 2021 at The Istituto Centrale per la Grafica in Rome. However, the book goes far beyond the format of describing the artworks presented at the exhibition. It is a research aimed at studying trends in the urban development of a contemporary European city. A native of St Petersburg who has organically absorbed the harmony of this city's proportionality and similitude, Sergei Tchoban has always striven to understand the laws which govern the development of cities like St Petersburg and the great prototypes in whose image it was created. Is it possible to preserve these cities' outstanding quality? And is it possible to pursue this quality today, at the current stage of development of architecture? These are the central questions posed in the exhibition and the book, which marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720 - 1778). One of the greatest artists of his time, Piranesi succeeded in capturing the development of the European city as a phenomenon which, despite many layers and internal contradictions, is nevertheless harmonious. In analyzing the development of the language of architecture that is characteristic of our time, Sergei Tchoban integrates individual emphatically futuristic volumes into the panoramas of streets in the European city. Subsequently, he transcribes these elements into 18th-century Roman situations recreated on the basis of motifs taken from Giovanni Battista Piranesi's Vedute di Roma. Four of these fantasies are original prints of etchings by Piranesi into which elements of an architecture of the future have been inserted using the medium of etching (executed by the architect Ioann Zelenin on the basis of ideas and sketches by Sergei Tchoban). This insertion of futuristic buildings into situations taken from, and then etchings by, Piranesi is a vivid demonstration of how contemporary architecture behaves and is perceived in the body of the European city, a city based on the harmony of similitude. Ruined masterpiece or imprint of the future? This is probably the principal question for this research. Using graphic art and etching to stage the destruction of a monument (the original of a Piranesi etching), Sergei Tchoban initiates a discussion about whether this kind of integration is merely an act of vandalism - or a way of transforming a reproduction print (many European cities created by the mighty force of the harmony of similitude are indeed very similar to one another) into an original that exists as a unique copy. Are we destroying harmony or creating a fundamentally new type of harmony? Sergei Tchoban is sure that this painful transformation of the European city has been happening for at least 100 years and that society must finally work out how to relate to this process. Essentially, it is this that is Piranesi's true legacy: a call to an honest conversation regarding the condition of the layers and parts that constitute the European city as a highly important piece of our heritage and at the same time a space for future development. Sergei Tchoban is a Russian and German architect working in various cities in Europe and the Russian Federation. He is a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA), the Union of Architects of Russia, and the Union of Artists of Russia, and honorary academician of the Russian Academy of Arts. In 2010 and 2012 Sergei Tchoban was the curator of the Russian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (in 2012 he was awarded a Special Mention - the first time that Russia has won an award at the Venice biennale). In 2009 he founded the Tchoban Foundation - Museum for Architectural Drawing, whose purpose is to house a collection of drawings and watercolours by Western European architects, painters and artists from the 18th century through to the first half of the 19th century, as well as to popularize this art form among contemporary architects. In 2018 Sergei Tchoban was awarded the European Architecture Prize. He has won many international drawing competitions, including KRob Architecture Competition (USA) and the competition of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI).

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Battista Agnese
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Battista Agnese (c. 1500 1564) was a cartographer from Genoa, who worked in Venice. In 1525 he prepared an early map of Muscovy that was based on the geographical data, narrated to Paolo Giovio by the Russian ambassador Dmitry Gerasimov. His workshop produced at least 71 manuscript atlases of sea charts between 1534 and 1564, more cheaply than Dieppe maps but still considered of fine craftsmanship. The charts normally included latitude but not longitude, along with various decorative features.

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Imprint of the Future. Destiny of Piranesi's Ci...
48,00 € *
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This book is a catalog of the exhibition by the architect and draughtsman Sergei Tchoban, which is scheduled for October 2020-January 2021 at The Istituto Centrale per la Grafica in Rome. However, the book goes far beyond the format of describing the artworks presented at the exhibition. It is a research aimed at studying trends in the urban development of a contemporary European city.A native of St Petersburg who has organically absorbed the harmony of this city’s proportionality and similitude, Sergei Tchoban has always striven to understand the laws which govern the development of cities like St Petersburg and the great prototypes in whose image it was created. Is it possible to preserve these cities’ outstanding quality? And is it possible to pursue this quality today, at the current stage of development of architecture? These are the central questions posed in the exhibition and the book, which marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720 – 1778). One of the greatest artists of his time, Piranesi succeeded in capturing the development of the European city as a phenomenon which, despite many layers and internal contradictions, is nevertheless harmonious.In analyzing the development of the language of architecture that is characteristic of our time, Sergei Tchoban integrates individual emphatically futuristic volumes into the panoramas of streets in the European city. Subsequently, he transcribes these elements into 18th-century Roman situations recreated on the basis of motifs taken from Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s Vedute di Roma. Four of these fantasies are original prints of etchings by Piranesi into which elements of an architecture of the future have been inserted using the medium of etching (executed by the architect Ioann Zelenin on the basis of ideas and sketches by Sergei Tchoban). This insertion of futuristic buildings into situations taken from, and then etchings by, Piranesi is a vivid demonstration of how contemporary architecture behaves and is perceived in the body of the European city, a city based on the harmony of similitude. Ruined masterpiece or imprint of the future? This is probably the principal question for this research. Using graphic art and etching to stage the destruction of a monument (the original of a Piranesi etching), Sergei Tchoban initiates a discussion about whether this kind of integration is merely an act of vandalism – or a way of transforming a reproduction print (many European cities created by the mighty force of the harmony of similitude are indeed very similar to one another) into an original that exists as a unique copy. Are we destroying harmony or creating a fundamentally new type of harmony? Sergei Tchoban is sure that this painful transformation of the European city has been happening for at least 100 years and that society must finally work out how to relate to this process. Essentially, it is this that is Piranesi’s true legacy: a call to an honest conversation regarding the condition of the layers and parts that constitute the European city as a highly important piece of our heritage and at the same time a space for future development.Sergei Tchoban is a Russian and German architect working in various cities in Europe and the Russian Federation. He is a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA), the Union of Architects of Russia, and the Union of Artists of Russia, and honorary academician of the Russian Academy of Arts. In 2010 and 2012 Sergei Tchoban was the curator of the Russian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (in 2012 he was awarded a Special Mention – the first time that Russia has won an award at the Venice biennale). In 2009 he founded the Tchoban Foundation - Museum for Architectural Drawing, whose purpose is to house a collection of drawings and watercolours by Western European architects, painters and artists from the 18th century through to the first half of the 19th century, as well as to popularize this art form among contemporary architects. In 2018 Sergei Tchoban was awarded the European Architecture Prize. He has won many international drawing competitions, including KRob Architecture Competition (USA) and the competition of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI).

Anbieter: Dodax
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