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Ciało cierpiące jako widowisko w malarstwie Igora Podolczaka i Wasylija Cagolowa

Author: Marta Zambrzycka
Institution: Uniwersytet Warszawski
Year of publication: 2015
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Pages: 137-146
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/pomi201509
PDF: pomi/01/pomi201509.pdf

Suffering body as a spectacle in paintings of Igor Podolchak and Vasily Cagolov.

The topic of this article is a way of presenting suffering in paintings of Vasily Cagolov and Igor Podolchak - Ukrainian contemporary artists. In the paintings of Cagolov suffering and causing pain are shown in the convention of popular culture (crime story film style). In art of Podolchak human body is represented as an object of experiments. Both painters try to analyze the place and role of images of suffering and Violence in the contemporary culture.

Un racconto per l’infanzia fatto di colori: Isabella e l’ombra di Antonio Tabucchi

Author: Cristiano Bedin
Institution: Istanbul University
Year of publication: 2017
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Pages: 29-46
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/IW.2017.08.02
PDF: iw/08_1/iw8102.pdf

A Children’s Tale Made of Colours: Isabella e l’ombra by Antonio Tabucchi

Antonio Tabucchi is one of the most representative authors of contemporary Italian literature. His output includes a short story for children entitled Isabella e l’ombra, which was illustrated by Isabella Staino and to whom the story is dedicated. Instead of relying on words to write short texts at school, the main character, a little girl named Isabella, uses colours and explains their chromatic compositions to the teacher. Undoubtedly, the writer’s pedagogical intention behind this story is for young readers to understand that literary expression does not occur only by writing but also through images and colours that can transmit as many emotions as written texts do. Moreover, the text, which can be considered a Bildungsroman for children, touches upon some topics visible in other novels and stories by Tabucchi. This paper aims to analyse the way in which Tabucchi shares some of his existential ideas with a non-adult audience, particularly regarding the relationship between various forms of language, the symbolism of colours, the power of visual communication, and the importance of such feelings as sadness, affection, and generosity.

Obrazy autobiograficzne w arteterapii

Author: Marzanna Morozewicz
Institution: Uniwersytet w Białymstoku
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2019-5573
Year of publication: 2019
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Pages: 217-227
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/kie.2019.03.15
PDF: kie/125/kie12515.pdf

Wybitna amerykańska artystka Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010), poddając analizie własną twórczość, stwierdziła, iż całe dzieło artysty polega na tworzeniu autoportretu, a rozumiejąc jej słowa szerzej - każde dzieło artysty jest doświadczeniem autobiograficznym i co z tego dalej wynika - doświadczeniem arteterapeutycznym. Wychodząc od powyższego stwierdzenia, przedstawiam zapis refleksji dwojakiego rodzaju. Pierwsza z nich odnosi się do własnego doświadczenia twórczego i jednocześnie arteterapeutycznego podczas malowania serii obrazów pt. Otwarcie-wniknięcie. Dziewięć wybranych płócien z tego cyklu powstało w latach 1997-2005. Z okazji Jubileuszu 40-lecia Wydziału Pedagogiki i Psychologii Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku zostały one zaprezentowane w formie wystawy indywidualnej eksponowanej w uniwersyteckiej Galerii Nowe Skrzydło w 2017 roku. Druga z refleksji dotyczy autorskiego warsztatu atreterapeutycznego, który przeprowadziłam ze studentami kierunku pedagogika z Wydziału Pedagogiki i Psychologii Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku w 2017 roku. Warsztat pt. OBRAZY przygotowany w ramach przedmiotu nauczania arteterapia był działaniem, w którym studenci dosłownie „wykorzystali” wspomniane obrazy jako pretekst albo wręcz jako medium do autorefleksji, do budowania „autoportretu wewnętrznego”, czy też do sięgania (poprzez obcowanie z konkretnym obrazem) do własnej biografii. Wynikające stąd obserwacje przedstawiam w końcowej części tekstu. W artykule przytaczam wybrane fragmenty autobiograficznych wypowiedzi studentów zainspirowane moimi dziesięcioma sugestiami. Analiza pisemnych refleksji uczestników warsztatu wykazała, iż ujawnili w nim aktywną postawę wobec samych siebie, otwierając możliwości świadomego rozwoju emocjonalnego oraz intelektualnego, wnikliwej i dojrzałej obserwacji rzeczywistości oraz w efekcie optymalizacji jakości własnego życia. Nabyli też umiejętności rozwiązywania konfliktów wewnętrznych, zapobiegania trudnościom życiowym i przezwyciężania przeszkód stojących na drodze do samorealizacji.

Образ героя-художника на матеріалі творів Володимира Винниченка

Author: Наталія Кобзей (Natalia Kobzei)
Institution: Івано-Франківського національного медичного університету (Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8288-7079
Year of publication: 2022
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Pages: 23-31
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/PPUSN.2022.01.02
PDF: pomi/04/pomi402.pdf

The image of the hero-artist on the material of the works of Vladimir Vynnychenko

In modern science of literature there is a growing interest in the subject of the artist and his creative process as one of the ways of self-expression of extraordinary personality in the real world in general and in the art world in particular, and to study the nature of the artist. Fine art occupied a significant place in the aesthetics and poetics of Vladimir Vynnychenko. The themes and issues of some of his literary works were influenced by the creative environment of Paris, where the writer spent many years, as well as personal acquaintance with individual Impressionist artists. Vynnychenko’s characters are the protagonists, they always conflict with the world, although they do not always win in these confrontations. They are often lonely, lacking support and understanding, but strong. Innovative artists are not afraid to loudly declare a decisive break with tradition, call for the improvement of technology and depiction of exclusively human material, choose emotional and highly psychological subjects of paintings, observe and depict feelings. This approach in painting was quite obvious for Vynnychenko, an artist, and the literary work of the great Ukrainian is considered in the context of the world’s leading psychoanalytic currents of the twentieth century. So it is not surprising that psychologism in the work of the writer was decisive. In Vynnychenko’s analyzed works of art we meet various images of artists, observe their work, hear their thoughts on painting, imagine the era in which they lived and worked. We understand that for both them and Vynnychenko, the focus is on the direct fixation of impressions and observations, on deep psychologism and philosophical understanding of reality. The themes of Vynnychenko’s paintings are diverse. However, unifying for all is the focus on the so-called “humanity” of the paintings. Artists focus on facial expressions, conveying expectations, hopes, inner anxiety. Psychological interpretation of images and expressiveness in the transfer of human character are welcome. The degradation of classical art with its primitive and stereotypical paintings focused on the rich bourgeoisie becomes obvious to all. Aesthetic ideals are also changing. Ugliness often breaks through external beauty, or the ugly manifests internal beauty. The concepts of “aesthetics of the ugly” and “beauty of pain” become identical with “new art”.

Soporte tela, pigmentos y moldura como manifestaciones de identidad cultural. Un estudio desde el cuadro San Francisco niño reparte el pan a los pobres (Cusco – Chile, ca. 1668–1684)

Author: Victoria Francisca Jiménez Martínez
Institution: Universidad de Barcelona
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0009-0000-5739-8070
Year of publication: 2022
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Pages: 123-147
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/sal202205
PDF: sal/12/sal1205.pdf

Canvas support, pigments, and moulding as manifestations of cultural identity: a study of the painting San Francisco distributing bread to the poor as a child (Cusco, Chile, ca. 1668–1684)

This article highlights the importance of applying material and technical studies to the pictorial heritage of Cusco, especially in situations where written accounts of the resources and creative processes involved in its production are limited. Through the analysis of samples of the physical order of the painting San Francisco distributing bread to the poor as a child, exhibited in the Museo Colonial de San Francisco in Santiago de Chile, the material iconological method was used to identify links with the European pictorial tradition and South Andean contributions and inventions. From this specific study, a way is presented by which a series of laboratory examinations focused on recognising the techniques and materials used in viceregal painting can provide valuable information about the context and society that gave them form and meaning.

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