The history of Architecture. From the antiquity to the present day
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Lecture Highlights
Why were columns so important to ancient Greeks and arches to Romans?
Why and when did Gothic cathedrals appear?
What was revived during Renaissance?
Why is Baroque so magnificent?
Architecture is a type of art that we face daily, which is why it is difficult to overestimate its importance. Like any other type of art, architecture is a product of its time. Its appearance can be influenced by many factors: the sociopolitical system, religious and philosophical worldviews, technological progress and many other things.

We offer you the opportunity to go on an adventure through the history of architecture. We will start with ancient times and reach modernity; we will study the characteristics of each style and feel the continious skein of time that connects architecture, its creators and the contemporary audience.
And why does modern architecture look the way it looks?
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I believe that art is extremely talkative, and it can be both quite noisy and very quiet and shy. But in any case, it always tends to tell us something. Art speaks to us with the help of line, color, composition, harmony ... or lack of them. And our goal is to hear and understand this message. This is what we will learn to do in our lectures.

It is important to teach you to establish your own dialogue with artworks. This dialogue can be very personal, and it’s wonderful, because in art we are partially looking for a reflection of ourselves.
Nelli Kundryukova
Art historian (St. Petersburg State University), PhD student in art history (Russian Institute of Art History)
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