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Title:„Hram likovne umetnosti“ – Natečaj za novo krilo Narodne galerije (1989)
Authors:Grašič, Alja (Author)
Lazarini, Franci (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Tema pričujočega magistrskega dela je javni natečaj za novo krilo Narodne galerije iz leta 1989. Najprej je naveden in pojasnjen razlog, zakaj je natečaj pomemben za Slovence in razvoj Narodne galerije ter s tem povezano prostorsko problematiko, ki je Narodno galerijo spremljala več desetletij. Sledi obravnava natečaja, ki mu dosedanji raziskovalci niso pripisovali večjega pomena. Tako osrednji del magistrskega dela predstavlja prva podrobnejša obravnava natečajnih načrtov, ki je opremljena s slikovnim gradivom pomembnejših tlorisov, umestitev načrtov v opuse arhitektov in primerjava prvonagrajenih natečajnih ter izvedbenih načrtov arhitekta Edvarda Ravnikarja (1907–1993). Predstavljeni so tudi pomembni slovenski arhitekti 20. stoletja, ki so sodelovali v natečaju, in njihove arhitekturne rešitve, ki slogovno variirajo od modernizma do postmodernizma. Zaradi skope obravnave natečaja v umetnostnozgodovinski literaturi magistrsko delo odgovarja na števila, do sedaj odprta raziskovalna vprašanja.
Keywords:Ljubljana, moderna arhitektura, Narodna galerija, natečaj za novo krilo Narodne galerije, Edvard Ravnikar, Milan Mihelič, Tomaž Medvešček, Branko Kocmut, Ivan Kocmut, Miloš Bonča, Stanko Kristl, Igor Skulj
Year of publishing:2021
Publisher:[A. Grašič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:72(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS_ID:62657539 New window
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:14.04.2021

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:„The Temple of the Fine Arts“ – a Competition for the New Wing of the National Gallery (1989)
Abstract:This master’s thesis primarily focuses on the Competition for the New Wing of the National Gallery of Slovenia announced in 1989. At the beginning this master’s thesis explains the reason why the competition is of high importance for Slovenians and the development of the National Gallery. Following is the discussion of the competition, to which previous researchers have not attributed any greater importance. The central part of the master's thesis is the detailed discussion of the tender plans - attached is the pictorial material of the more important floor plans, then the classification of the plans in the opus of the architects, and the comparison of the award-winning and executive plans of the architect Edvard Ravnikar (1907–1993). Also presented are significant Slovenian architects of the 20th century who took part in the competition, as well as their architectural solutions, which stylistically vary from modernism to postmodernism. Because of the insufficient research work of the tender in the art-history literature, the master's thesis answers many questions that have not yet been answered.
Keywords:Ljubljana, modern architecture, National Gallery, Competition for the New Wing of the National Gallery, Edvard Ravnikar, Milan Mihelič, Tomaž Medvešček, Branko Kocmut, Ivan Kocmut, Miloš Bonča, Stanko Kristl, Igor Skulj


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