Journal IKON, vol. 9

IKON 9/2016

Icons and Iconology

The University of Rijeka (ed)

  • Pages: 416 p.
  • Size:240 x 310 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2016

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-56589-7
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    IKON promotes wide range of contents and themes of iconographic studies, focusing on the role and function of « image » within the period and place of its origin as well as its contemporary reception and discernment. The journal seeks to present different perspectives in understanding and interpreting images incorporating cross-disciplinary studies and recent results in other complementary disciplines. IKON is an annual publication published by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the University of Rijeka.

    IKON publie des études iconographiques qui abordent le rôle et la fonction de l’ « image » pendant sa période et sur son lieu d’origine ainsi que son acceptation et son discernement contemporains. Le journal a pour dessein de présenter différentes perspectives en termes de compréhension et d’interprétation d’images en intégrant des études pluridisciplinaires et les derniers résultats des autres disciplines complémentaires. IKON est une publication annuelle de la Faculté d’Arts et de Sciences de l’Université de Rijeka.


    Uvodna riječ / Foreword

    Davor Džalto, Icons – Between Images and Words. Modes of Representation or Modes of Being

    Alexei Lidov, lconicity as Spatial Notion. A New Vision of Icons in Contemporary Art

    Hieromonk Silouan Justiniano, The Degraded lconicity of the Icon. The Icon's Materiality and Mechanical Reproduction

    Maria Vassilaki, Painting Icons in Venetian Crete at the Time of the Council of Ferrara/Florence (1438/1439)

    Olga Gratziou, From Heaven to Earth. Perceptions of Reality in Icon Painting

    Zoraida Demori Staničić, Miraculous Icons in Dalmatia

    Maria Cristina Carile, Imperial Icons in Late Antiquity and Byzantium. The Iconic Image of the Emperor Between Representation and Presence

    Jelena Erdeljan - Branka Vranešević, Eikōn and Magic. Solomon's Knot on the Floor Mosaic in Herakleia Lynkestis

    Maria Lidova, Empress, Virgin, Ecclesia. The Icon of Santa Maria in Trastevere in the Early Byzantine Context

    Ashley Elizabeth Jones, Icons of Power. The Late Antique Imperial Portrait as Image and Amulet

    Gaetano Curzi, The Two Triclinia of Pope Leo III as "Icons of Power"

    Sotiria Kordi, Corporeal Perceptions of the Immaterial. Agency and Rhythm in Palaeologan Monumental Painting

    Donald Ostrowski, The Last Supper in the Illustrated Chronicle Compilation (Litsevoi letopisnyi svod)

    lsolde Thyrêt, The Icon as a Medium to Construct a Saint's Image. The Earliest Icons of Saint Nil Stolbenskii

    Snežana Filipova, Examples of Icons with Western Influences in Iconography in the Art of Macedonia. Case Study of the Icon Virgin with Child (inv. no. 81) from the Ohrid Gallery of Icons

    Svetlana V. Cheloukhina, The Arkhyz Savior. A Rock-Wall Icon in Nizhnii Arkhyz, Karachay-Cherkessia (Russia)

    Dmitriy Antonov, Hair on End. Demons and Sinners in Old Russian Iconography

    Valentina Živković, The Deathbed Experience – Icons as Mental Images. Preparations for a Good Death in Late Medieval Kotor (Montenegro)

    Michael S. Flier, The Baptism of Christ in Muscovite Iconography. Tradition and Innovation

    Giuseppe Capriotti, Defining the Boundaries of the Lawful Cult. History of an Adriatic Icon

    Lasse Hodne, Aeiparthenos. Metaphors and Symbols of Virginity in Italian, Dutch and Byzantine Representations of the Annunciation around 1400

    Claudia Cieri Via, The Invisible in the Visible. The Annunciation by Antonello da Messina from Narrative to Icon

    Deborah Walberg, Tradition and Propaganda in the Venetian Madonna della Pace

    Laura Stagno, Embedding Byzantine Icons in Post-Tridentine and Baroque Splendor. Reception and Celebration of Eastern Cult Images in the Republic of Genoa in 16th-18th Centuries

    Ana Šeparović, Icons and Croatian Painting in the Early 20th Century

    Branka Gugolj - Danijela Tešić-Radovanović, The Žiča Altar Screen Icons

    Charlotte Gill, A "Direct Perception of Life". How the Russian Avant-Garde Utilised the Icon Tradition to Form a Powerful Modern Aesthetic

    Elena Ene D-Vasilescu, Twentieth Century Developments in European Icon Painting

    Rebeka Vidrih, lconisation at Work. Malevich's Black Square, the Modern Icon at Tate Modern

    Karen Von Veh, Contemporary Iconoclasm in South Africa. Transgressive Images of the Madonna and Christ in Response to Social Politics

    Amy Singleton Adams, Learning to Look. The Meaning of the Unseen Icon in Dostoevsky's The Idiot

    Yvonne Dohna Schlobitten, La forma dell'immagine. La formazione liturgica

    Ding Ning, Re-reading Li Gonglin's Painting of a Country Retreat (shan-zhuang tu) at Villa I Tatti

    Prilozi - Prikazi- Dodatak / Contributions- Reviews- Appendix

    Emma Chookaszian, L'image de la Vierge de Misericorde dans les miniatures arméniennes du Royaume de Cilicie du XIIIe siècle. Comparaison avec les icones occidentales et origine du type iconographique

    Barbara Spanjoi-Pandelo, Venetian Painting of the Cinquecento. Reading the (ln)Visible

    Deveti međunarodni znanstveni skup ikonografskih studija / Ninth International Conference of Iconographic Studies