Issue 3, 2014
|1||Feature of literature is a feature of performance (in a context of theatrical pedagogics)
Vanovskaya E. V.
|2||Unity of teaching of subjects of musical education and scenic speech for future actors
Vakorina I. V.
|3||Features of rehearsal work with a poetic play
Kolenova M. E.
|4||“The King is dead. Long live the King!”: evolution and functioning of the myth of George Washington in the pictorial art of the USA in the 19th century
Agranovskii N. S.
|5||Susan Sontag on photography: the idea of beauty and the problem of norm
Vasilyeva E. V.
|6||Illustration to the “Family Bible” by John Martin (London, James Sangster, 1832)
Evseeva T. P.
|7||Anthony Caro in the history of modern sculpture. Part 2. 1970s. Between abstraction and installation
Kotlomanov A. O.
|8||The origins of “generative art” in the European avant-garde art of the early 20th century
Lukichev R. V
|9||The word and the image
Raigorodski L. D.
|10||Classical rhetoric in Alexander Ivanov’s painting “Joseph interpreting the dreams of the cup-bearer and the baker”
Sechin A. G.
|ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING|
|11||“Kolomna Island”: morphology of a place
Kozyreva E. I.
|12||Traditions and innovations in the works of japanese designer Toshiyuki Kita
Zhuravskaya T. M.
|13||Rococo upholstered furniture of France. Typological, terminological, architectonic and art features
Nikitina A. I.
|14||Psychosomatic models in research of perception and reaction by human listening to music
Zhirkov A. M., Kopeykin K. V., Skibinskaya A. V., Panov A. A.
|15||The Saint-Petersburg galleries: Italian motives on the Neva’s embankments
Lavrov L. P.