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Originální název: The Problem of Expiration of Style and the Historiography of Architecture
Český název: Problém konce slohu a historiografie architektury
Anglický název: The Problem of Expiration of Style and the Historiography of Architecture
Autor(ři): HORÁČEK, M.
Typ: kapitola v knize
Jazyk: en
Originální abstrakt: The essay discusses ideas about the end of styles. To use the notion “revival” in the style debate (Gothic Revival, etc.) seems to be an expression of the persuasion, that a style (Gothic) finished or died in one moment, then it did not exist for a certain period, and after that occurred again, “revived”. But is this construct correct? How can the existence of a style be stopped? Art historians invented three basic hypotheses. First, a style dies as a living organism. Second, a style continues its evolution in another culture. Third, a style disappears because it ceases to be fashionable. What serve these hypotheses for? Who likes the notion “revival” and why “revivalists” usually have not use it? How is a style retained in memory, waiting for its “revival”?
Český abstrakt: Kapitola se zabývá problematikou konce existence slohu v dějinách architektury. Pojem "revival" vyjadřuje přesvědčení, že vybraný styl na určitou dobu zmizel a následně znovu oživl. Je však tato konstrukce správná? Může být existence stylu vůbec nějak ukončena?
Anglický abstrakt: The essay discusses ideas about the end of styles. To use the notion “revival” in the style debate (Gothic Revival, etc.) seems to be an expression of the persuasion, that a style (Gothic) finished or died in one moment, then it did not exist for a certain period, and after that occurred again, “revived”. But is this construct correct? How can the existence of a style be stopped? Art historians invented three basic hypotheses. First, a style dies as a living organism. Second, a style continues its evolution in another culture. Third, a style disappears because it ceases to be fashionable. What serve these hypotheses for? Who likes the notion “revival” and why “revivalists” usually have not use it? How is a style retained in memory, waiting for its “revival”?
Klíčová slova: architektura; dějiny umění; teorie umění; styl
Vydáno: 01.09.2015
Nakladatel: The Courtauld Institute of Art
Místo: London
ISBN: 978-1-907485-04-6
Kniha: Revival: Memories, Identities, Utopias
Edice: Courtauld Books Online
Číslo edice: 1
Strany od: 86
Strany do: 99
Strany počet: 14
URL: http://courtauld.ac.uk/research/courtauld-books-online/revival-memories-identities-utopias