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dc.contributor.authorKogelytė-Simanaitienė, Raimonda-
dc.description.abstractLietuvoje septintame–devintame XX a. dešimtmetyje, vystantis modernistinei architektūrai, daug dėmesio buvo skiriama visuomeninių pastatų interjero erdvių apipavidalinimui, įvairių meno rūšių, taigi ir stiklo meno, kūriniams. Straipsnyje pristatomi originaliausi ir labiausiai pavykę monumentalių stiklo darbų pritaikymo interjerui pavyzdžiai, aptariamos sovietmečiu vyravusios tokio patalpų dekoravimo kryptys. Toliau supažindinama su XX a. pabaigos – XXI a. pradžios architektūros kaita, nulėmusia monumentalių stiklo kūrinių naujoviškumą – pakitusias stiklo kūrinių rūšis, menines, technines ir funkcines savybes – šiuolaikiniame visuomeniniame interjerelt
dc.description.abstractIn the second half of the 20th century, after the postwar period, construction of more sophisticated public buildings began to flourish. In the Soviet period it was influenced by modern architecture; considerable attention was paid to the formation and décor of interior spaces in public buildings with the help of various kinds of works of art. Various possibilities of textile, pottery, stained glass, and metalwork were used for modern decoration and formation of a total interior and the uniqueness of premises. This trend, which existed during the larger part of the Soviet period, made a positive impact on the artistic view of Lithuanian public interiors, and also prompted the emergence and modernization of certain branches of art (e.g. three-dimensional textile). Quite many Lithuanian theorists, architectural researchers and art critics wrote scholarly works about these processes – the so-called phenomenon of “the interaction of the arts”. However, one of the branches of art that had a considerable significance for the spatial arrangement of Lithuanian public interiors did not receive much attention and thorough discussion. It is monumental glass works, which were created in large numbers and represented different types. Their impact on the interior was also diverse and different. The present paper seeks to review the use of glass art works in the 1960s–1980s, while referring to the principles of chronological, typological and formal analysis. It also aims to show what types of artistic glass works (decorative panels, three-dimensional glass works, chandeliers, ensembles of vases) were the most popular in the design of public interiors, how relevant they were to the contemporary concept of a total interior, and how their artistic and technological solutions changed in the course of time.[...]en
dc.description.sponsorshipMenotyros katedra-
dc.description.sponsorshipVytauto Didžiojo universitetas-
dc.format.extentp. 303-318-
dc.relation.ispartofPasaulietiniai interjerai : idėja, dekoras, dizainas = Secular interiors : idea, décor, design /sudarytoja Dalia Klajumienė. Vilnius : Vilniaus dailės akademijos leidykla, 2014-
dc.subjectMeninis stiklaslt
dc.subjectStiklo plastikalt
dc.subjectVisuomeninis interjeraslt
dc.subjectGlass plasticen
dc.subjectPublic interioren
dc.subject.classificationStraipsnis kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Article in other peer-reviewed editions (S5)-
dc.subject.otherMenotyra / History and theory of arts (H003)-
dc.titleMonumentalūs meninio stiklo kūriniai septintame XX a. dešimtmetyje - pirmame XXI a. dešimtmetyje visuomeniniuose Lietuvos interjeruoselt
dc.title.alternativeMonumental glass art works from the 1960s to the 2000s in public interiors in Lithuaniaen
dc.typeresearch article-
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