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Slavic and Eastern-European Visuality

Slavic and Eastern-European Visuality

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Special Issue of Arts: “Slavic and Eastern-European Visuality: Modernity and Tradition” is focused on researching interactions of art and literature, of philosophy and visual poetry, and generally on theoretical aspects of cultural analysis.

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Keywords

  • 1905 Revolution
  • Advertising
  • Aeronautics
  • Aleksandr Golovin
  • Aleksei Kruchenykh
  • Alexander Melamid
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Andrei Bely
  • anthropology
  • Anthroposophy
  • apophatic vision
  • archaic stereotypes
  • Art criticism
  • Art Education
  • art historical hermeneutics
  • Avant-garde
  • avant-garde poem
  • Batiushkov
  • Bierce
  • Biochemical engineering
  • Biotechnology
  • byt
  • calligram
  • cAMP
  • Classical
  • compelling visualities
  • cosmism
  • cultural heritage
  • curatorial practice
  • dazzle
  • Deleuze G.
  • dematerialization
  • Design
  • determinism
  • drag
  • early art brut painting
  • El Lissitzky
  • embodied sexualities
  • Film
  • Fridrikh Tsander
  • Georgii Krutikov
  • global poetics
  • Hedwig Fechheimer
  • Hesychasm
  • Historicity
  • Hortus mirabilis
  • Icon painting
  • icons
  • Igor’ Sikorsky
  • Impersonation
  • Joseph Kosuth
  • kilim
  • Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
  • Krystyna Miłobędzka
  • Letatlin
  • letun
  • life-creation
  • Magritte R.
  • Malevich
  • material object
  • metageometry
  • Metaphor
  • metaphysics of the presence
  • Mikhail Larionov
  • mirror
  • missile
  • modernism
  • Moscow conceptualism
  • mourning
  • N. Fyodorov
  • Nabokov
  • Nadezhda Stolpovskaya
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  • Natalia Goncharova
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  • Nikolai II
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  • non-conformist art
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  • ontology of traces
  • Painting
  • Petr Miturich
  • photo art
  • photocarpet
  • picture of garden
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  • Polish contemporary poetry
  • Power
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  • Realism
  • rhizome
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  • russian
  • Russian Academy of Arts
  • Russian art
  • Russian Avant-garde
  • Russian Golden Age poets
  • Russian modernism
  • Russian Neo-avant-garde
  • Russian painters in Rome
  • Samuil Alyanski
  • satirical journals
  • self-fashioning
  • self-portrait
  • selfie
  • Semiotics
  • Sen-Senkov A.
  • Sergei Eisenstein
  • Sergei Sigei
  • sex
  • Slavic and Russian modernism
  • soviet
  • sphinx
  • Steinberg
  • Suprematism
  • Symbolism
  • Technology, engineering, agriculture
  • Technology: general issues
  • the journal Notes of Dreamers
  • the publishing house Alkonost
  • totalitarian terror
  • transfurism
  • Trickster
  • Ukraine
  • V. Chekrygin
  • Vadim Zakharov
  • Valentin Serov
  • Veisberg
  • Velemir Khlebnikov
  • Vera Khlebnikova
  • Victor Skersis
  • Violence
  • visual
  • visual art
  • visual image
  • visual poem
  • visual poetry
  • Vitaly Komar
  • Vlad Mamyshev-Monroe
  • Vladimir Tatlin
  • volnovik
  • World of Art
  • Yuri Albert
  • “First Universal Exhibition of Models of Interplanetary Apparatuses and Mechanisms Gadgets and Historical Materials” (Moscow 1927)
  • “nvisible painting”

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DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-0365-6634-4

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