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Institute of Artistic Culture

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INSTITUTE OF ARTISTIC CULTURE, State. The institute was organised in 1923 on the basis of the Museum of Artistic Culture, and was located at 9 St.Isaac's Square. The Institute of Artistic Culture included the Formal-Theoretical Department (headed by K. S. Malevich, with such members as I. G. Chashnik, L. M. Khidekel, L. A. Yudin, and V. M. Ermolaeva); the Department of Organic Culture (headed by M. V. Matyushin, with such members as B. V. Ender, M. V. Ender, and K. V. Ender); the Department of Material Culture (headed by V. E. Tatlin, with such members as N. A. Khapaev and E. A. Nekrasov); and the Department of General Ideology (headed by N. N. Punin). Associate departments operated for some time, and included the Experimental Department (headed by P. A. Mansurov) and the Phonological Department (headed by I. G. Terentyev). The institute attempted to develop art in ways unorthodox for art history, and demonstrated its results at report exhibitions (1924, 1926). In 1926, the State Institute of Artistic Culture was united with the State Institute of Art History (see the Institute of Art History).

References: Жадова Л. А. Государственный институт художественной культуры (ГИНХУК) в Ленинграде // Проблемы истории советской архитектуры: Сб. науч. тр. М., 1978. № 4. С. 25-28.

A. V. Krusanov.

Chashnik Ilya Grigorievich
Ender Boris Vladimirovich
Ender Maria Vladimirovna
Ender Xenia Vladimirovna
Ermolaeva Vera Mikhailovna
Khapaev Nikolay Alexeevich
Khidekel Lazar Markovich
Malevich Kazimir Severinovich
Mansurov Pavel Andreevich
Matyushin Mikhail Vasilievich
Nekrasov E.A.
Punin Nikolay Nikolaevich
Tatlin Vladimir Evgrafovich
Terentyev Ignaty Germanovich
Yudin Lev Alexandrovich

St.Isaac's Square/Saint Petersburg, city, house 9

Жадова Л. Государственный институт художественной культуры в Ленинграде // Проблемы истории советской архитектуры. М., 1978

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Art Culture Museum

ART CULTURE MUSEUM opened in 1921 in the former Myatlev family's house at 9 St.Isaac’s Square on the initiative of a group of left-wing artists. Unlike traditional museums exhibiting pieces of art on a national or historical basis

Ermolaeva Vera Mikhailovna (1893-1937), artist

ERMOLAEVA Vera Mikhailovna (1893-1937), painter, graphic artist and book illustrator. She studied at the painting school of Mikhail Bernstein (1911-14) and the Archeology Institute (1914-17)

Filonov P.N., (1883-1941), artist

FILONOV Pavel Nikolaevich (1883-1941, Leningrad), painter and graphic artist. From 1896 he was living in St. Petersburg, where he studied painting at the Drawing School of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts (1896-1901), L.E

Malevich K.S., (1878-1935), Artist

MALEVICH Kazimir Severinovich (1878-1935, Leningrad) artist, art theorist. He was trained at the studio of F. I. Rerberg (1905-10) in Moscow. He lived in Moscow until 1919. Had phases of enthusiasm for impressionism, primitivism, cubofuturism

Matyushin M.V. (1861-1934), Artist, Composer

MATYUSHIN Mikhail Vasilievich (1861-1934, Leningrad) artist, violinist, composer. He was an outstanding figure of the Petersburg artistic avant-guard. He graduated from the Moscow Conservatoire in 1881

Punin N.N., (1888-1953), art historian

PUNIN Nikolay Nikolaevich (1888-1953), art theorist, historian, and museum worker. He lived in Pavlovsk and Tsarskoe Selo from the early 1900s. In 1907-14, he studied at the law faculty and faculty of history and philosophy of Petersburg University

Sterligov Vl.V. (1904-1973), painter

STERLIGOV Vladimir Vasilievich (1904-1973, Petrodvorets), painter. Sterligov studied the principles of cubism and suprematism in K.S. Malevich State Institute of Artistic Culture (1926). Together with V.M. Ermolaeva, K.K. Rozhdestvensky and L.A

Vasnetsov Yury Alexeevich (1900-1973), artist

VASNETSOV Yury Alexeevich (1900-1973, Leningrad), graphic artist, painter, People's Artist of RSFSR (1966). From 1921, he lived in St. Petersburg and studied in the Academy of Arts (1921-26) under Alexey Karev, Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin