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THE STIEGLITZ ACADEMY: HISTORICAL HERITAGE

A.V. Karpov, N.N. Mutia. Carved panels from the Council Hall of The Museum of the school named by baron A.L. Stieglitz: pictorial sources and iconography

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THE RUSSIAN SCULPTURE: PAGES OF THE HISTORY

N.V. Logdachеva. The study of sculpture at the beginning of the 20th century: E.P. Tarkhanova-Antokolskaya

32

Ju.I. Arutiunian. The creativity works of sculptor Mariia Matveevna Kharlamova

40

THE RUSSIAN GRAPHIC ARTIST OF THE 20th CENTURY

I.A. Zolotinkina. “New” Leningrad: the constructivist architecture in print graphics by former members of the association “The World of Art”

50

THE ISSUES OF THE METHODOLOGY AND INTERPRETATION OF ART

E.I. Kononenko. About Altai “byzantinisms” and the culture of dissertation research

58

N.A.Tochilova, D.K. Zhelomonova. The problem of comparison analysis of old Russian graffiti

70

О.A. Tuminskaya. Iconography of foolishness. Genre classification

75

PAINTING: ATTRIBUTION AND EXPERTISE ISSUES

M.S. Oleinik, A.S. Lytkina, L.A. Samsonova. On the question

f attribution of the painting by an unknown artist “Seascape”

from the collection of the Central Naval Museum named after Emperor Peter the Great

86

CONTEMPORARY CREATIVE PRACTICE

G.S. Gul’tiaeva. Chinese portrait painting of the late 20th – early 21st centuries:

evolution and cultural context

93

T.P. Khristolyubova. Faith, goodness, beauty in the artistic picture

of the world of Ivan Pokrovsky

100

THE STIEGLITZ ACADEMY: HISTORICAL HERITAGE

R.A. Bakhtiyarov. Anatoly Fedorovich Dmitrenko-tutor and his methodology

of conducting classes at seminars “Fundamentals of methods of research work

for graduate students and problems of analysis of works of art”

108

BOOK REVIEWS

M.S. Stieglitz. About the versatile master Alexander Ivanovich von Hohen.

‘Review of: Kirikov B.M. Arkhitektor A.I. fon Gogen. Ot eklektiki k modernu / [Architect A.I. von Hohen. From eclecticism to modernity], Saint-Peterburg, Kolo Publ., 2023, 296 p., (In Russian)

115

A.Iu. Volokhova. About two recognized masters. Review of: Kirikov B.M. Marian Peretiatkovich.  Ot moderna k neoklassike [Marian Peretiatkovich. From modern to neoclassicism]. Saint-Petersburg: Kolo Publ., 2023, 392 p., (In Russian)

118

S.B. Nikonova. Art as a traumatic life experience. Review of: Krivtsun O.A. (ed.). Vital’nost’ iskusstva. Sovremennye proiavleniia. Analitika / [The Vitality of the Art.

Modern manifestations. Analytics], Moscow, Saint-Peterburg, Tsentr gumanitarnykh initsiativ Publ., 2022, 256 p., (In Russian)

122

CURRENT EVENTS

 

 

A.V. Karpov, I.V. Palaguta. The Miracle of Christmas 2023. The Impossible is Possible

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Peer Review of Manuscripts

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All materials submitted for publication in the Terra Artis. Art and Design journal (hereinafter the journal) must be registered by the executive secretary of the journal, with the date of receipt of the manuscript by the Editorial Board indicated. The decision on whether to accept or reject the submitted manuscript for publication is made by the Editor-in-Chief and communicated to the author by the executive secretary within 90 days from the date of receipt of the manuscript by the journal's Editorial Board.

All materials (research articles, book and dissertation reviews, etc.) submitted for publication in the journal are subject to preliminary assessment by the publishing editor or Editor-in-Chief of the journal to ensure compliance with the established formal requirements for published materials (theme, permissible size, structure, formatting, keywords and abstract both in Russian and English, bibliography, necessary contact information, evidence of the consent of all co-authors to publish the material in the journal, etc.) and to check if unauthorised borrowings of text, illustrations, tables, etc. are to be found in the manuscript.

The preliminary review by the the journal’s publishing editor or Editor-in-Chief is conducted within 30 days. In the event of rejection of the submitted material based on the results of the preliminary review, a written notification is sent to the author.

All materials accepted following the preliminary review are subject to mandatory independent scientific peer review by at least two specialists in the field closely related to the subject matter of the manuscript. These specialists must hold academic degrees of Candidate of Sciences or Doctor of Sciences awarded by leading Russian universities or equivalent academic degrees awarded by leading foreign universities.

Peer reviews serve the purpose of creating a favorable environment and facilitating the decision making for the journal’s Editor-in-Chief whose job it is to decide whether to accept the submitted material for publication, reject it or request revision.

At the discretion of the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, follow-up or additional peer reviews may be requested to be conducted (by the same or new reviewers), including in cases when the author resubmits the material after revisions.

Peer reviews can be conducted by any individual, including the members of the journal's Editorial Board, provided there is no conflict of interest (such as author-reviewer hierarchical relationships, academic supervision/co-authorship, etc.).

The peer review is double-blind.  The authors’ identities are not disclosed to the reviewers. Unless otherwise agreed in writing with the individual reviewer, the reviewers’ identities are not disclosed to the authors.

Following the peer review,  the journal's Editorial Board sends an adapted review to the author with a consolidated list of comments and suggestions made by the reviewers. The author is asked to consider these comments and suggestions when revising the material, and the conditions for publication of the material are also stated.

Following the peer review, the reviewer must provide one of the following recommendations:

  • A recommendation for publication of the material as such (unconditionally)
  • A recommendation for publication of the material offering the author to consider the reviewers’ comments and suggestions and make improvements (at the author's discretion)
  • A recommendation to reject the submitted material with the right to resubmit
  • A recommendation to reject the submitted material without the right to resubmit

The journal's Editorial Board establishes the criteria for making decisions regarding the publication of materials.

Peer review of research manuscripts should enable the reviewers  to provide substantiated answers to the following questions:

  • Does the content of the article correspond to the topic stated in its title?
  • What constitutes the academic novelty (originality) of the material (if any)?
  • What constitutes the informational novelty (originality) of the material (if any)?
  • How does the reviewed material relate to the existing literature and contemporary research on the relevant subject matter (whether it was taken into account, used, borrowed, compiled, etc.)?
  • Are there any signs of unauthorised borrowing or other violations of research ethics by the author in the material?
  • What constitutes the practical significance of the material (if any)?
  • Is the material presented in a clear manner? Does it follow the general and specific requirements for the structure of the publication, language and style of presentation, terminology used, clarity of tables, diagrams, figures, and formulas, correct formatting of endnotes, and the accuracy of the bibliography, etc.?
  • How accurately are digital data used, how are calculations made, etc.?
  • Is the reviewed material of interest to the journal's readers (if so, why)?

The journal's editorial staff offers reviewers a standard check-list which, in addition to an express questionnaire, contains questions that require detailed substantiated responses. The check-list  also includes information about the timeframes and conditions for the peer review, the confidentiality regime, etc.

The journal's Editorial Board is required to ensure that the reviewers maintain the confidentiality of any information about the research manuscript submitted for review. Reviewers must confirm in writing their commitment to keep confidential the existence of the work and its content, any information about the author that became known to them, etc.

Reviewers are not allowed to discuss the manuscript being reviewed with any third party. Prior to the publication of the material, reviewers are not entitled to making use of or referring to the reviewed materials.

Receiving a positive peer review is not a sufficient basis for publication. The final decision about the advisability of publication is made by the journal's Editorial Board and is recorded in the minutes of the meeting of the Editorial Board.

The originals of peer reviews are kept at the journal's editorial office for a period of 3 years from the date of publication of the material or from the date of the decision to reject the manuscript. The editorial staff review all materials submitted to the editorial office that correspond to the journal’s subject matter, with the aim of their expert evaluation. All reviewers are renowned experts in the subject matter of the reviewed materials and have publications on the subject in the last 3 years. The journal’s editorial office sends copies of reviews or rejection letters with reasons given to the authors, and will send copies of reviews to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation upon request.

Editorial Ethics

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The Terra artis. Art and Design publishes original research that is representative of the level of contemporary art studies in Russia and abroad. The journal seeks to highlight the latest trends in art and design and to showcase the best examples.

Journal editorial ethics are a set of principles and rules that all those  involved in the process of academic publishing — authors, reviewers, editors, publishers, distributors and readers — should adhere to.

 

The Editorial Board is guided by the modern legal requirements of the Russian legislation regarding copyright and plagiarism and the ethical principles shared by the community of publishers of leading academic periodicals, and is responsible for the publication of copyrighted works.

The editorial policy of the journal Terra Artis. Art and Design follows the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Ethical principles in the activities of the Editorial Board and the publisher:

  • the relevance and novelty of the research
  • the reliability of results and the significance of the research work
  • references to the contributions from other researchers who have researched the same or related theme and mandatory inclusion of bibliographical references to the works used
  • all the contributors who made a significant contribution to the research must be listed as co-authors and the work submitted for publication must be approved by all the co-authors.
  • prompt action should be taken to correct significant errors and inaccuracies identified by the author(s) or by the editorial board.

Unpublished data contained in manuscripts submitted for review are not used or disclosed to third parties without the written consent of the author(s). Information or ideas obtained during the editing process are kept confidential.

The Editorial Board does not permit the publication of information if there are reasons to believe it is plagiarism or if it contains materials prohibited from being published.

The Editorial Board will not leave unattended complaints about the reviewed manuscripts or published materials, and in case of a conflict, it takes all necessary measures to restore the violated rights.

Ethical principles in the activities of the reviewer

The reviewer assessing author’s research  materials should be impartial and adhere to the following principles:

  • manuscripts received for review are considered as confidential documents and cannot be passed on for review or discussion by third parties who do not have the appropriate authority from the editorial board
  • the reviewer is obliged to provide an objective and fair assessment of the research results presented; personal criticism of the author is unacceptable
  • unpublished data obtained from manuscripts submitted for review will not be used for personal purposes
  • a reviewer who, in their opinion, does not possess sufficient qualifications for assessing a manuscript or cannot be objective, for example, due to a conflict of interest with the author or the organisation, must inform the editor and ask to be excluded from reviewing the manuscript

Ethical principles in the activities of the author

 

The author (or group of authors) recognise(s) their responsibility for the novelty and reliability of research results and adhere(s) to the following principles:

  • authors must provide reliable results of their research; intentionally wrong or falsified statements are unacceptable
  • authors must guarantee that the research results presented in the manuscript are entirely original
  • borrowed fragments or statements must be accompanied by author and source attribution. Excessive borrowing, plagiarism in any form, including hidden and veiled forms, unattributed quotes, paraphrasing, or appropriation of the results of someone else’s research, are unethical and unacceptable
  • contributions from all individuals who influenced the course of the research in any way must be acknowledged. Specifically, the manuscript must include references to works that were instrumental to the present research process.
  • authors must not submit manuscripts that have been submitted to another journal or have been accepted for review by another journal or have been previously published
  • all individuals who made significant contributions to the research must be listed as co-authors
  • individuals who did not participate in the research will not be listed as co-authors
  • If the author discovers significant errors or inaccuracies in the article during the review process or after its publication, they must promptly notify the journal's Editorial

Editorial Ethics

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The Terra artis. Art and Design publishes original research that is representative of the level of contemporary art studies in Russia and abroad. The journal seeks to highlight the latest trends in art and design and to showcase the best examples.

Journal editorial ethics are a set of principles and rules that all those  involved in the process of academic publishing — authors, reviewers, editors, publishers, distributors and readers — should adhere to.

 

The Editorial Board is guided by the modern legal requirements of the Russian legislation regarding copyright and plagiarism and the ethical principles shared by the community of publishers of leading academic periodicals, and is responsible for the publication of copyrighted works.

The editorial policy of the journal Terra Artis. Art and Design follows the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Ethical principles in the activities of the Editorial Board and the publisher:

  • the relevance and novelty of the research
  • the reliability of results and the significance of the research work
  • references to the contributions from other researchers who have researched the same or related theme and mandatory inclusion of bibliographical references to the works used
  • all the contributors who made a significant contribution to the research must be listed as co-authors and the work submitted for publication must be approved by all the co-authors.
  • prompt action should be taken to correct significant errors and inaccuracies identified by the author(s) or by the editorial board.

Unpublished data contained in manuscripts submitted for review are not used or disclosed to third parties without the written consent of the author(s). Information or ideas obtained during the editing process are kept confidential.

The Editorial Board does not permit the publication of information if there are reasons to believe it is plagiarism or if it contains materials prohibited from being published.

The Editorial Board will not leave unattended complaints about the reviewed manuscripts or published materials, and in case of a conflict, it takes all necessary measures to restore the violated rights.

Ethical principles in the activities of the reviewer

The reviewer assessing author’s research  materials should be impartial and adhere to the following principles:

  • manuscripts received for review are considered as confidential documents and cannot be passed on for review or discussion by third parties who do not have the appropriate authority from the editorial board
  • the reviewer is obliged to provide an objective and fair assessment of the research results presented; personal criticism of the author is unacceptable
  • unpublished data obtained from manuscripts submitted for review will not be used for personal purposes
  • a reviewer who, in their opinion, does not possess sufficient qualifications for assessing a manuscript or cannot be objective, for example, due to a conflict of interest with the author or the organisation, must inform the editor and ask to be excluded from reviewing the manuscript

Ethical principles in the activities of the author

 

The author (or group of authors) recognise(s) their responsibility for the novelty and reliability of research results and adhere(s) to the following principles:

  • authors must provide reliable results of their research; intentionally wrong or falsified statements are unacceptable
  • authors must guarantee that the research results presented in the manuscript are entirely original
  • borrowed fragments or statements must be accompanied by author and source attribution. Excessive borrowing, plagiarism in any form, including hidden and veiled forms, unattributed quotes, paraphrasing, or appropriation of the results of someone else’s research, are unethical and unacceptable
  • contributions from all individuals who influenced the course of the research in any way must be acknowledged. Specifically, the manuscript must include references to works that were instrumental to the present research process.
  • authors must not submit manuscripts that have been submitted to another journal or have been accepted for review by another journal or have been previously published
  • all individuals who made significant contributions to the research must be listed as co-authors
  • individuals who did not participate in the research will not be listed as co-authors
  • If the author discovers significant errors or inaccuracies in the article during the review process or after its publication, they must promptly notify the journal's Editorial Board.

Submission Guidelines

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The manuscript of the article must be in Russian or English (for foreign researchers only).

The size of the manuscript will not exceed 2 standard author’s sheets for articles, 0.5 standard author’s sheet for book reviews and exhibition reviews.

1 standard author’s sheet is a unit of 40,000 characters  including spaces; or 3,000 cm2 of illustrations (1 illustration of the 190×270 mm format = 1/6 of the standard author's sheet or 6,700 characters).

The manuscript must be submitted to the editorial board in  electronic form to the address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The single email must include all files containing all parts of the article: the text, tables, and original illustrations in compliance with the technical requirements.

Alongside the article, the author (co-authors) must send to the editorial board a signed license agreement for the right to use the research work in the journal.

The manuscript and accompanying documents must be sent as  a single ZIP archive.

The text part of the article is a single file that includes:

  • The author's (authors’) full name(s)
  • Article title (up to12 words)
  • Abstract (150-250 words)
  • Keywords (up to 10)
  • The text of the article
  • List of references
  • List of abbreviations
  • Captions for figures and tables
  • Information about the author (surname, first name, patronymic, place of work, academic degree, position; institution's postal address, email address, ORCID ID - if not available, it should be obtained by registering on the website: https://orcid.org//)

The article title, abstract, keywords, captions for tables and figures, and information about the author  must be provided  both in Russian and English.

The illustrative part of the article includes the source files of the  illustrations. Each file must contain one single figure or table. If an illustration includes multiple parts, they must all be grouped into one file with the correct arrangement of parts. The file name must start with the author's  surname and contain the  item number according to the list of illustrations in the text part of the article: Ivanov_fig_01

Text formatting

The article file must be submitted in *.rtf format. When typing the text, use the following formatting: font - Times New Roman, font size - 12, line spacing - 1.5.

The text of the article must be clearly structured and include subheadings. The following sections should be included:

  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results and Discussion
  • Conclusions

When formatting the text, please consider the following:

  • Use double quotation marks (" ") for quotes, and single quotation marks (' ') for quotes within quotes.
  • Always include a space between the initials and the surname: A. P. Smith.
  • All measurements and units must be in accordance with the International System of Units (SI).
  • Represent all powers as follows: m², x³.
  • Use point as decimal separator.
  • Use the following abbreviations for chronological dates, times, and time intervals: BC, AD before Christ, Anno Domini. Centuries and years must be written in Arabic numerals: 2nd century BC; 1965-1970. When indicating chronological intervals, provide the lower limit first, then the upper limit: 20-18 thousand years

Bibliographic reference formatting:

  • Bibliographic references are formatted in accordance with the requirements of GOST R 7.0.5–2008 "Bibliographic Reference. General Requirements and Rules for Compilation."
  • Bibliographic references are indicated in the text in square brackets. They include the author's surname followed by a space (without punctuation marks), year of publication, and then a colon followed by the page number: [Gorbunova 2018: 121].
  • If multiple works by the same author were published in the same year, they are marked with Latin letters a, b, c, and so on: Palaguta 2007a, Palaguta 2007b.
  • If there are two authors, their surnames are separated by a comma: [Karpov, Mutia 2020: 100].
  • If there are more than two authors, only the first author is indicated and "et al." is used : [Karpov et al. 2010].
  • Multiple references within square brackets are separated by semicolons: [Karpov 2018: 191; Palaguta 2000: 26].
  • With collective works, the initial words of the title are provided followed by an ellipsis: [Contemporary Art Studies… 2012].
  • The complete list of references to all used materials is placed at the end of the article in the "References" section. Each bibliographic description starts with the reference in the same format as it is given in the text.
  • Works by the same author must be arranged in chronological order.
  • Bibliographic entry must include the surname(s) and initials of all authors, the full title of the work, publication details (where it was published: place, publisher, or publishing organisation), publication year, volume (for multi-volume works), issue (for periodicals), and the publication size (number of pages for monographs, the first and the last page numbers for articles).
  • Reference to internet resources, in addition to the standard bibliographic details, includes the internet address (URL) and the date of access.
  • Electronic publications with a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) assigned by an international organisation are referenced as print editions, and must also include the DOI without a full stop after it. The URL is not provided.

Examples:

  • Gorbulova T.V. In the Era of Change. Our Leningrad Artists. Saint Petersburg: Aleteia, 2017. 216 p.
  • Karpov A.V., Mutia N.N., Palaguta I.V. Architecture in the Era of Vertical Power // Contemporary Art in the Context of Globalization: Science, Education, Art Market. Materials of the III All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference, January 29, 2010, Saint Petersburg. Saint Petersburg: SPbUP, 2010. P. 148–156.
  • Foster H., Krauss R., Buchlon B.H.D., et al. Art since 1900: Modernism, Antimodernism, Postmodernism. London: Thames & Hudson, 2012. 816 p.
  • Gere S. European Decorative Art at the World’s Fairs: 1850–1890 // The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New Series. 1998–1999. No. 3 (56). P. 1–56.
  • Zolotukhin Iu.V. Evolution of the Model. Ancient Modelling. Origins of Modelling in Design [Electronic resource] // Visnyk Kharkivskoi derzhavnoi akademii dyzainu i mystetstv. Art Studies. 2012. No. 9. P. 80–92. URL: http://nbuv.gov.ua/UJRN/had_2012_9_16 (accessed: 10/30/2018).

The list of references is to be provided in two versions: the original one and the Romanized (Latin-script) one. To TRANSLITERATE the titles of Russian-language items, please use the ALA-LC transliteration system WITHOUT DIACRITICS. The editorial board recommends using this automatic transliterator:

ConvertCyrillic https://translit.net On the left, choose Russian Language, and on the right, select LC (Library of Congress) Romanization without Diacritics

To format the TRANSLITERATED LIST, please remove the items not indexed by bibliographic databases, such as reports, documents, archival materials or research volumes that do not bear the name of the chief editor. The transliterated title of the cited article, monograph, or collection must be followed by the title in English in square brackets if the original text is in English or there is a published English translation. References to volume, number and pages on the translated list must be translated and abbreviated as "vol.," "no.," and "pp." City names must be provided in full, with no abbreviations  in the transliterated list.

All structural elements of the transliterated list of references must be separated by commas. Titles of monographs, journals, and research volumes are italicised.

Transliterated items must be listed in alphabetical order in English as follows:

Monograph:

  • Pomerantsev, N.N., Russkaia dereviannaia skul'ptura, Moscow: Sovetskii khudozhnik Publ., 1967, 132 p., (In Russian).

Journal article:

  • Malinovskaia, T.A., Dvukhosnovye kovry, Dekorativnoe iskusstvo SSSR, 1989, no. 2, pp. 32–33, (In Russian).

Article in a research volume:

  • Zhilina, N.V., Tipologiia zhenskogo golovnogo ubora s ukrasheniiami vtoroi poloviny XIII–XVII v., in: Zhenskaia traditsionnaia kul'tura i kostium v epokhu Srednevekov'ia i Novoe vremia. Materialy mezhdunarodnogo nauchno-obrazovatel'nogo seminara, 9–10 November, Moscow, Moscow: Al'ians-Arkheo Publ., 2015, iss. 2, pp. 38–65, (In Russian).

Online source:

  • Marcadé, Jean-Claude, O suprematizme Malevicha, Vania Marcadé, 15 March 2016, (Online) Available from: http://www.vania-marcade.com/о-супрематизме-малевича/ (accessed 17 May 2020). (In Russian).

References to archival sources:

In the text:

  • [ОР РНБ. Ф. 41. Ед. хр. 45]

In the Sources Section:

  • Grebenshchikov, Ia.P., K nebol'shomu kursu po bibliografii: materialy i zametki, 26 fevr. – 10 marta 1924 g., Russian National Library, Manuscripts Department, Stock 41, Record 45, pp. 1–10, (In Russian).

Technical requirements for illustrations:

Illustrations must be submitted in raster format *.tif (without compression) with a resolution of at least 300 dpi.

Black and white illustrations must be in Grayscale mode. Colour illustrations must be in RGB mode.

Vector illustrations must be provided in the standard file format of the graphics editor in which they were prepared, EPS format is also acceptable.

Other files:

Tables must be in *.rtf format only (MS Excel files, *.jpg, *.tif, etc. will  not be accepted), each table must be attached as a separate file. The file name must start with the sequential number according to the list of illustrations in the text.

Editorial Board

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Editors:

001.jpgEditor-in-Chief — Tatiana V. Gorbunova

— Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Honorary Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences,  Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation

— Head of the Centre for Innovative Educational Projects, Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A.L. Stieglitz

 

001.jpgDeputy Editor-in-Chief — Ilia V. Palaguta

— Doctor of History, Associate Professor

— Head of the Department of Art History, Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A.L. Stieglitz 

 

001.jpgExecutive Secretary — Vasilisa L. Dotsenko

 

Publishing Editor — a dedicated specialist from the academic and teaching staff of Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A. L. Stieglitz is appointed for each individual thematic issue of the journal

Mailing Address of the Editorial Board: 191028, Solyanoy per. 13, Saint Petersburg, Russia

EmailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Telephone: +7 (812) 273-29-93

 

The Editorial Council of the Terra Artis. Art and Design is comprised of leading Russian and foreign experts in the fields of expertise and research specialisation relevant to the journal's materials.

The Editorial Board provides academic guidance and assistance to the journal by offering expert assessment of the journal's materials, resolving disputes related to peer reviews, and, when necessary, by providing reviews of the materials of the journal as an academic publication.

The composition of the Editorial Council may change by the decision of its individual members and through collective decisions of the Editorial Board.

The Editorial Council is chaired by the Rector of Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A.L. Stieglitz.

 

Editorial Council

Anna N. Kislitsyna — Chair

— PhD in History, Associate Professor

— Rector of Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A.L. Stieglitz

Saint Petersburg, Russia

 

Svetlana M. Gracheva

— Doctor of Art History, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts

— Dean of the Faculty of Theory and History of Arts, Professor of the Department of Russian Art,  Saint Petersburg Repin Academy of Arts

Saint Petersburg, Russia

 

Natalia M. Kalashnikova

— Doctor of Cultural Studies, Professor, Merited Science Worker of the Russian Federation, member of the Union of Artists of Russia, member of ICOM, member of the European Textile Network (ETN)

— Head of the Department of Ethnography of Eastern, Southeastern and Central Europe, Russian Museum of Ethnography

Saint Petersburg, Russia

 

Gabriela Krist

— University Professor, Doctor of Philosophy

— Head of the Institute of Conservation, University of Applied Arts Vienna

Vienna, Austria

 



Vladimir A. Lenyashin

— Doctor of Art History, Professor, Vice President of the Russian Academy of Arts, member of the Union of Artists of Russia

— Head of the Department of Russian Art, Saint Petersburg Repin Academy of  Arts

Saint Petersburg, Russia

 

Ivan R.  Marazov

— Doctor of Art History, Professor, recipient of the prize “For Art Research” and of the prize of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts

— Honorary Professor of the New Bulgarian University

Sofia, Bulgaria

 

Olga L. Nekrasova-Karateeva

— Doctor of Art History, Professor, Merited Art Worker of the Russian Federation

— Professor of the Department of Decorative Arts and Design, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia

Saint Petersburg, Russia

 

Iurii A. Nikitin

— Doctor of Architecture, Associate Professor, Member of the Saint Petersburg Union of Architects

— Head of the Department of History of Architecture and Preservation of Architectural Heritage, Saint Petersburg Repin  Academy of Arts Saint Petersburg, Russia

Saint Petersburg, Russia

 

Ahmet Can Özcan

— Doctor of Philosophy,  Professor

— Head of the Department of Industrial Design, Izmir University of Economics

Izmir, Turkey

 

Liubov V. Shirshova

— Doctor of Art History, Associate Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts; Merited Art Worker of the Russian Federation, Merited Culture Worker of the Russian Federation, member of the Union of Artists of Russia, member of the International Association of Art (IAA/AIAP )

— Adviser to the Scientific Secretary, Russian Academy of Arts

Moscow, Russia

Elena G. Shishkova

— PhD in Art History, Art Restorer of the Highest Category

— Head of the Laboratory for Scientific Restoration of Oriental Painting, State Hermitage Museum

Saint Petersburg, Russia

 

Margarita S. Stieglitz

— Doctor of Architecture, Professor, member of the Union of Architects of Russia, member of the Council of the National Committee of the ICOMOS, member of the Presidium of the Petersburg Branch of the Russian Society for the Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments (VOOPIiK), member of the Council for the Protection of Cultural Heritage under the Government of Saint Petersburg

— Professor of the Centre for Innovative Educational Projects, Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A.L. Stieglitz

Saint Petersburg, Russia


The Terra Artis. Art and Design academic journal

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The Terra Artis. Art and Design is a peer-reviewed academic journal published since 2021 by Saint Petersburg State Stieglitz Academy of Art and Design, one of Russia's leading universities in decorative and applied arts and design.

The journal provides a platform for free academic discussion of  the practice, history, and theory of visual and decorative arts, architecture, design, art education, art restoration, and a wide range of interdisciplinary issues in the humanities and natural sciences.

Priority is given to original materials that examine current trends and directions, new and traditional techniques in art, design, and restoration, and offer research into spatial arts practices based on reliable sources. The main requirements for publications are their relevance, novelty, and the originality of the author's perspective.

Articles are accepted for publication in Russian or English and are to be accompanied by abstracts in both Russian and English.

The Terra Artis. Art and Design is a quarterly journal published  four times a year in print. Electronic versions of the journal are available on the website of the Stieglitz Academy at https://www.ghpa.ru and on the e-Library.ru and Academia.edu platforms in open access mode.

Each of the four issues of the journal has a thematic focus corresponding to the educational programmes and research activities of Saint Petersburg State Stieglitz Academy of Art and Design:

  • Restoration
  • Decorative and Applied Arts
  • Design
  • Visual Arts and Architecture

Thematic headings and scope are developed separately for each issue and include articles, reviews, and current events.

In its activities, the editorial board and editorial council of the journal follow the recommendations of the international Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Peer review of materials is mandatory.

Print media registration certificate number: ПИ № ФС77-80162

Registration date: 22 January 2021

Published since 2021

Frequency of publication: published on a quarterly basis

ISSN: 2712-8768

Founder and publisher: Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A. L. Stieglitz

Publisher's mailing address: 191028, Solyanoy per. 13, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Phone: +7 (812) 273-29-93