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Ephemeral architecture in Central-Eastern Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries : 28-29th November 2013 Conference Hall of Budapest City Archives / [Research Centre for the Humanities ... [et al.]].

By: Budapest November 28 - 29, 2013 | Ephemeral Architecture in Central-Eastern Europe.
Publisher: Budapest : Research Centre for the Humanities [etc.], 2013Description: 39 str. ; 23 cm.ISBN: /.Subject(s): Evropa - Središnja i Istočna Evropa, arhitektura - 19. i 20. st. ; arhitektonska baština
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Program: 9:30-10.00 Keynote Speech: Anna Korndorf, Ekaterina Viazova (Department of Russian Art and Architecture, State Institute of Art History, Moscow) Utopia of Transparency: 19th-Century Exhibition Pavilion Architecture as Mythological Project 10.00-11.00. Section 1. Architecture, origins, materials. Chair: Dr. József Sisa DSc Dr. Gianenrico Bernasconi (Institut für Populäre Kulturen, Universität Zürich) The tent room Magdalena Żakowska (Central and Eastern Europe Department, Faculty of International and Political Studies, University of Łódź) Austrian and Russian National Pavilions as Mediums of National Self-Representations at the Vienna World Exposition 1873 11.00-11.30 Coffee Break 11.30-12.50. Section 2. The Hungarian Millennium at the Crossroad of Nation Buildings Chair: Dr. Pál Lővei DSc (Institute of Art History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences) Paolo Cornaglia PhD (Turin Polytechnic, Department of Architecture and Design) Franczia étterem: the French restaurant by Karman & Ullmann in the National Hungarian Exhibition of 1896 Dragan Damjanović PhD, doc. (Art History Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb University) Croatian Pavilions at the 1896 Millennium Exhibition in Budapest Miklós Székely PhD (Institute of Art History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences) Representation reduced and exported: The re-setting of the Main Historical group of the Millennium Exhibition at the 1900 Paris Universal Exhibition 12.50-13.50 Lunch break 13:50-15.30. Section 3. „Western Venues, Eastern Nations.” Chair: Miklós Székely Cosmin Tudor Minea MA (Central European University, Budapest) Creating a National Architecture : the Pavilions of the Balkan Countries at Two 19th Century Universal Exhibitions Dr. Aleksandar Ignjatović (University of Belgrade) Competing Byzantinisms: Architectural Imagination of the Balkan Nations at the Paris World Exhibition in 1900 Ágnes Sebestyén (University of Bern, Institute of Art History) The Pavilion of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Universal Exposition of 1900 in Paris: a Case Study Cristiana Volpi PhD (University of Trento, Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering) The Hungarian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Tradition and modernity during one century 15.30-16.00 Coffee break 16.00-17.20. Section 4. „Eastern Venues, Eastern Nations.” Chair: Dr. Aleksandar Ignjatović Deniz Türker PhD candidate (Harvard University, Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the History of Art and Architecture Department & Dumbarton Oaks Tyler Fellow) The ‘Ottoman’ Pavilions at the Turn-of-the-Century Silvija Grosa, Dr. art (Art Academy of Latvia) Between National Romanticism, Modernist Tendencies and Traditionalism – Two Exhibitions in Riga at the Turn of the 20th Century Weronika Grzesiak, MA (Art History Institute, Jagiellonian University in Cracow) National Representations on the General Provincial Exhibition (Lviv 1894) 2nd Day – Friday 29th November 2013 9:00-9.30 Keynote Speech: Ágnes Anna Sebestyén (Archaeolingua Foundation, Budapest) Shaping Ephemeral Architecture by the Media 9.30-9.50. Tamás Csáki (Budapest City Archives) Ephemeral architecture of the Metropolis: plans for urban pavilions by Bertalan Árkay from the 1920s 9.50-10.20 Coffee break 10.20-11.40. Section 6. Rise, Fall and Shift of Ideologies Chair: Ágnes Anna Sebestyén Marta Filipová, PhD (University of Wolverhampton) From the national village house to the international expo pavilion: ephemeral ideologies? Mgr. Petra Nováková (Palacký University of Olomouc, Czech Republic, Department of the History of Art) State propaganda at the background of the Czechoslovak temporary exhibition installations at La Triennale di Milano, 1923-1968 Aleksandra Stamenković MA (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Department for Art History) Ephemeral Structure of National Pavilions on World Fairs 1918-1941 11.40-12.40 Lunch break 12:40-14.00. Section 7. Bridges over the Iron Curtain I. Chair: Pál Ritoók (Hungarian Museum of Architecture) Nikolas Drosos (Graduate Center, City University of New York, 2013-15 Chester Dale Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington) Modernism with a Human Face: Communist Europe at the 1958 World Fair Péter Haba (Lecturer at Department of Design and Art History, Institute of Theoretical Studies, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest) The rise of aluminium, Pavilions by ALUTERV in the Budapest City Park trade fair centre Mirna Meštrović, DipArch MS, Aleksander Laslo DipArch (Development Department of Zagreb City Administration) Fairground as Geopolitical Playground: Zagreb International Trade Fair and Cold War Circumstances 14.00-14.30 Coffee break - Meanwhile: Optional guided visit in the storage of Budapest City Archive exclusively for conference speakers by Tamás Csáki. 14.30-15.50. Section 8. Bridges over the Iron Curtain II Chair. Marta Filipová Caoimhe Gallagher (PhD Candidate, Trinity College Dublin) Corbusier – the Francophone Swiss Nationalist's Internationalist? A reinterpretation of Corbusier's Ferme, Ville and Village Radieuse as a reaction to pre- and post-war Swiss national exhibition architecture Katarzyna Cytlak, PhD (Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Centro de Estudios sobre los Mundos Eslavos y Chinos, Buenos Aires) The American Pavilion for the International Fair Trade in Poznan, 1957: Richard Buckminster Fuller's Legacy in Central Europe Lara Slivnik PhD (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture, Ljubljana) Architecture, Competition, Pavilon: Yugoslav Pavilion at Montreal Expo 67 15.50-16.20 Coffee break 16:20-18:00. Section 9. Contemporary Reception of Ephemerity. Chair: Hajnalka Somogyi (freelance curator) Helena Postawka-Lech, M.A. (International Cultural Centre in Krakow, Institute of Art History, Jagiellonian University (Krakow) Papier-mâché hammer and sickle. Decorations and temporary architecture of official gatherings, parades and festivals in Krakow between 1968 and 1989 Dr. Ayse Nur Erek (Yeditepe University, Humboldt University) The Afterlife of Ephemeral Architecture: The Pavilion in the Context of a Contemporary Art Exhibition Dr. Bahar Beslioglu (Faculty of Architecture at M.S.G.S.U, Istanbul) The Pavilion in the Context of a Contemporary Art Exhibition Dr. Roula Matar-Perret PhD (Université Rennes 2 / ENSA Paris La Villette) David Maljkovic’s attempt to reanimate Sambito’s pavilion in Zagreb 18:00 Closing remarques
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Program: 9:30-10.00 Keynote Speech: Anna Korndorf, Ekaterina Viazova (Department of Russian Art and Architecture, State Institute of Art History, Moscow)
Utopia of Transparency: 19th-Century Exhibition Pavilion Architecture as Mythological Project
10.00-11.00. Section 1. Architecture, origins, materials. Chair: Dr. József Sisa DSc
Dr. Gianenrico Bernasconi (Institut für Populäre Kulturen, Universität Zürich)
The tent room
Magdalena Żakowska (Central and Eastern Europe Department, Faculty of International and Political Studies, University of Łódź)
Austrian and Russian National Pavilions as Mediums of National Self-Representations at the Vienna World Exposition 1873
11.00-11.30 Coffee Break
11.30-12.50. Section 2. The Hungarian Millennium at the Crossroad of Nation Buildings Chair: Dr. Pál Lővei DSc (Institute of Art History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Paolo Cornaglia PhD (Turin Polytechnic, Department of Architecture and Design)
Franczia étterem: the French restaurant by Karman & Ullmann in the National Hungarian Exhibition of 1896
Dragan Damjanović PhD, doc. (Art History Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb University)
Croatian Pavilions at the 1896 Millennium Exhibition in Budapest
Miklós Székely PhD (Institute of Art History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Representation reduced and exported: The re-setting of the Main Historical group of the Millennium Exhibition at the 1900 Paris Universal Exhibition
12.50-13.50 Lunch break
13:50-15.30. Section 3. „Western Venues, Eastern Nations.” Chair: Miklós Székely
Cosmin Tudor Minea MA (Central European University, Budapest)
Creating a National Architecture : the Pavilions of the Balkan Countries at Two 19th Century Universal Exhibitions
Dr. Aleksandar Ignjatović (University of Belgrade)
Competing Byzantinisms: Architectural Imagination of the Balkan Nations at the Paris World Exhibition in 1900
Ágnes Sebestyén (University of Bern, Institute of Art History)
The Pavilion of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Universal Exposition of 1900 in Paris: a Case Study
Cristiana Volpi PhD (University of Trento, Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering)
The Hungarian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Tradition and modernity during one century
15.30-16.00 Coffee break
16.00-17.20. Section 4. „Eastern Venues, Eastern Nations.” Chair: Dr. Aleksandar Ignjatović
Deniz Türker PhD candidate (Harvard University, Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the History of Art and Architecture Department & Dumbarton Oaks Tyler Fellow)
The ‘Ottoman’ Pavilions at the Turn-of-the-Century
Silvija Grosa, Dr. art (Art Academy of Latvia)
Between National Romanticism, Modernist Tendencies and Traditionalism – Two Exhibitions in Riga at the Turn of the 20th Century
Weronika Grzesiak, MA (Art History Institute, Jagiellonian University in Cracow)
National Representations on the General Provincial Exhibition (Lviv 1894)
2nd Day – Friday 29th November 2013
9:00-9.30 Keynote Speech: Ágnes Anna Sebestyén (Archaeolingua Foundation, Budapest)
Shaping Ephemeral Architecture by the Media
9.30-9.50. Tamás Csáki (Budapest City Archives)
Ephemeral architecture of the Metropolis: plans for urban pavilions by Bertalan Árkay from the 1920s
9.50-10.20 Coffee break
10.20-11.40. Section 6. Rise, Fall and Shift of Ideologies Chair: Ágnes Anna Sebestyén
Marta Filipová, PhD (University of Wolverhampton)
From the national village house to the international expo pavilion: ephemeral ideologies?
Mgr. Petra Nováková (Palacký University of Olomouc, Czech Republic, Department of the History of Art)
State propaganda at the background of the Czechoslovak temporary exhibition installations at La Triennale di Milano, 1923-1968
Aleksandra Stamenković MA (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Department for Art History)
Ephemeral Structure of National Pavilions on World Fairs 1918-1941
11.40-12.40 Lunch break
12:40-14.00. Section 7. Bridges over the Iron Curtain I. Chair: Pál Ritoók (Hungarian Museum of Architecture)
Nikolas Drosos (Graduate Center, City University of New York, 2013-15 Chester Dale Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington)
Modernism with a Human Face: Communist Europe at the 1958 World Fair
Péter Haba (Lecturer at Department of Design and Art History, Institute of Theoretical Studies, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest)
The rise of aluminium, Pavilions by ALUTERV in the Budapest City Park trade fair centre
Mirna Meštrović, DipArch MS, Aleksander Laslo DipArch (Development Department of Zagreb City Administration)
Fairground as Geopolitical Playground: Zagreb International Trade Fair and Cold War Circumstances
14.00-14.30 Coffee break - Meanwhile: Optional guided visit in the storage of Budapest City Archive exclusively for conference speakers by Tamás Csáki.
14.30-15.50. Section 8. Bridges over the Iron Curtain II Chair. Marta Filipová
Caoimhe Gallagher (PhD Candidate, Trinity College Dublin)
Corbusier – the Francophone Swiss Nationalist's Internationalist? A reinterpretation of Corbusier's Ferme, Ville and Village Radieuse as a reaction to pre- and post-war Swiss national exhibition architecture
Katarzyna Cytlak, PhD (Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Centro de Estudios sobre los Mundos Eslavos y Chinos, Buenos Aires)
The American Pavilion for the International Fair Trade in Poznan, 1957: Richard Buckminster Fuller's Legacy in Central Europe
Lara Slivnik PhD (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture, Ljubljana)
Architecture, Competition, Pavilon: Yugoslav Pavilion at Montreal Expo 67
15.50-16.20 Coffee break
16:20-18:00. Section 9. Contemporary Reception of Ephemerity. Chair: Hajnalka Somogyi (freelance curator)
Helena Postawka-Lech, M.A. (International Cultural Centre in Krakow, Institute of Art History, Jagiellonian University (Krakow)
Papier-mâché hammer and sickle. Decorations and temporary architecture of official gatherings, parades and festivals in Krakow between 1968 and 1989
Dr. Ayse Nur Erek (Yeditepe University, Humboldt University)
The Afterlife of Ephemeral Architecture: The Pavilion in the Context of a Contemporary Art Exhibition
Dr. Bahar Beslioglu (Faculty of Architecture at M.S.G.S.U, Istanbul)
The Pavilion in the Context of a Contemporary Art Exhibition
Dr. Roula Matar-Perret PhD (Université Rennes 2 / ENSA Paris La Villette)
David Maljkovic’s attempt to reanimate Sambito’s pavilion in Zagreb
18:00 Closing remarques

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