The Palace-Theater in Ostankino: the history of construction and the evolution of design. Lecture by Doctor of Art History, Director of the Ostankino Museum-Estate Gennady Vdovin Automatic translate
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On July 18, at 5 p.m., a lecture by Gennady Vdovin, Director of the Ostankino Museum-Estate, will be held at the Perm Art Gallery. The lecture will be held within the framework of the “Magic of the Ancient Theater” exhibition, which presents art objects from the collections of the Ostankino Museum-Estate, which are directly related to the heyday of theatrical art in Russia from the 18th to 19th centuries.
Gennady Viktorovich will talk at a lecture on the history of the construction of the Palace Theater in Ostankino - one of the few authentic architectural monuments in the world at the end of the 18th century, on the experience of a modern interpretation of his plan, as well as on the myths of the Ostankino house and the features of the Enlightenment theater.
Gennady Viktorovich Vdovin. Director of the Moscow Museum-Estate Ostankino, Doctor of Art. Born in Moscow in 1961. He graduated from the History Department of Moscow State University. Since 1983, she has been working in the Ostankino Museum-Estate, and as a direct director since 1993. He is the author of books and articles on the Russian history of the New Age, the problems of modern museum work, the protection of monuments, and the tasks of cultural policy. Including books "The Image of Moscow of the 18th Century: City and Man", "The Formation of" I "in Russian Culture of the 18th Century and the Art of Portraiture." The author of a series of television programs “Museum” on the channel “RTR-Culture”. The author of the concept of the annual festival of authentic music "Sheremetev Seasons" (since 1997), the International Museum Biennale "Historical Theaters of Europe" (since 2004).
The Ostankino Palace is a true gem of 18th-century Russian art, where the theater room with a stage, an auditorium, and make-up rooms, architecture, sculpture, painting, graphics and decorative art are in unity. The palace was built according to the plan and order of Count Nikolai Petrovich Sheremetev - one of the most distinguished and wealthy people of his time. Sheremetev was passionate about the theater, had a magnificent troupe of serf actors, so the theater with a unique theater machinery became the heart of the summer residence. Construction continued from 1792 to 1795, although the first projects date back to 1790, and the final finish to 1799.
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