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The Slavic Epic as a task of architecture
Hromádková, Barbora ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Vajčner, Jiří (referee)
The work at hand deals in a broader way with the placement of the Slavic Epic from an architectural point of view. The author first focuses on the role of historical monumental canvases in relation to the formation of the national identity and looks in this respect at some Czech monumental canvases before the Slavic Epic was painted. Another chapter deals primarily with the Slavic Epic. It presents a detailed view on a difficult process of finding a tailor-made exhibition space for the monumental canvas from the point Alfons Mucha started with its painting until the present time. It also shows specific demands on a building in which the Slavic Epic should have been placed. The next chapter presents all projects that have been made so far to build a new exhibition space for the Slavic Epic. Based on the analysis of this work the final chapter describes author's own ideal proposal of a complex architectural solution of the exhibition space which also encompasses exhibition management and marketing.
Mural art and its development in Czech republic
Kulhavý, Marek ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
Mural art and its development in Czech republic This work deals with mural art as street art discipline. It briefly describes the development of muralism into the 20th century. Subsequently, he deals with the development of street art from the arrival of graffiti to the present, with the main emphasis being on mural art. The main part of the text shows this development in the Czech Republic, mentions the leading personalities of the Czech mural art scene and then maps its main centers and presents concrete examples of murals. Keywords Mural art, street art, graffiti, public space, Czech republic, art, Kaláb, Prague
High Tatras as a field of confrontation of Czech and Slovak modern architecture
Rusňáková, Lucia ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Šmied, Miroslav (referee)
The diploma thesis author will conduct a study about architecture in the territory of the High Tatras in the period from the beginning of the recreational and spa architecture to the preparation of the World Championships in the classic ski disciplines in 1970. The topic will be developed firstly in the wider context of the discovery of the mountains by the European culture, gradual settlement and the economic use of the mountains and the emergence and development of climate baths and mountain sports centres. The heart of the study will show the High Tatras as an area of contacts of the Slovak, Czech, Hungarian and Polish architecture, with an emphasis on the mutual influences of Czech and Slovak architecture in the years 1918- 1970. Selected buildings in the area of High Tatras will be subject to comparative analysis and some of them will be compared with similar works of their authors in other parts of Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The aim of the comparative part is to determine the specifics of Slovak and Czech modern architecture and to determine the specific features of the High Tatras architecture. Keywords High Tatras, Slovak Architecture, Czech Architecture, Spa Architecture, Sports Architecture, Historism, Art Nouveau, Modernism, Functionalism
Soros centers for contemporary art: Atelier NOON in Prague 1999-2002
Schulmeisterová, Dita ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis deals with George Soros foundation network, specifically with the Soros centers for contemporary art, their support of the art in post-soviet countries and the following transformation. One of the important tasks was support for artists in the form of grants. Attention is focused on one specific case and that is the gallery Atelier NOON, which was based in Prague in Smichov in 1999 - 2002. It was an unconventional combination of the art studio, that belong to the artist Petra Nováková Ondreičková, and exhibition space. The gallery is shown in context of contemporary art scene from those times, and it is also trying to show similar unconventional exhibition spaces. Keywords George Soros, Soros foundation network, SCCA, gallery, Atelier NOON, Petra Nováková Ondreičková, exhibition, 90', apartmant gallery
Church of Protection of the Mother of God of Marfo-Mariinsky Convent in Moscow
Tiagusheva, Tatiana ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
The subject of the master's thesis is the Church of the Protection of the Mother of God in the Marfo-Mariinsky Convent in Moscow, the early work from 1908-1912, which has not drawn attention in the Czech scientific literature. A special chapter is devoted to the history of the Marfo- Mariinsky Convent, its founder Grand Duchess Elizabeth and her personality and conventual life. The church is described in an analytical way as a specific Gesamtkunstwerk, which unites architecture, interior decoration, sculptural decorations and iconography. The analysis and the interpretation of the church focus on references to the traditional Russian architecture. Two chapters distinctively explain the place, which the church takes in Alexey Viktorovich Shchusev's and Mikhail Vasilyevich Nesterov's numerous works. The thesis contains documents of the church and exterior and interior photos.
Informel expressions in the work of selected Czech female artists
Vašíčková, Tereza ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Opatrná, Marie (referee)
The bachelor thesis is written as a study focused on artworks of selected female artists, who worked in the style of Czech informel. In the introductory chapter Czech informel is exposed firstly in the context of development and secondly in the artistic, cultural and culturepolitical context. Major characteristics of informel are set there and the framework for the main topic of the work is prepared, in which there is an information about the significant promotion of female artists in particular time period. In the following chapters, the selection of seven female artists is briefly presented. The study also tries to answer the question why did chosen artists prefered informel rather than any other artistic style for their work. Keywords informel, female artists, Art of 20th Century, Zorka Ságlová, Ludmila Padrtová, Pavla Mautnerová, Eva Janošková, Dana Puchnarová, Emila Medková, Eva Kmentová
Cultural and Historical Development of Vršovice in the Years 1922-1977
Kolek, Michael ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
The bachelor thesis will follow the cultural and historical development of Vršovice in the years 1922-1977, when Vršovice becomes a part of Great Prague. I analyze the key buildings that were built in this era. In the second part I will deal with the economic crisis and its consequences for Vršovice, which had a fatal impact on culture and led to the Second World War. I will also mention the memories of witness Bohumil Kobliha, a witness to the May Uprising 1945 in Vršovice. In the second part of the thesis I will deal with the building development in the 1950s and 1960s until 1977, when the construction of G 57 prefabricated houses ended. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to analyze the cultural and historical development of Vršovice in five decades. Keywords architecture, buildings, culture, town, turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, Velká Praha, Vršovice
Czech relationship to Slavism and Bulgarians at the end of the 19th century and in the beginning of the 20th century : A case study of Jan Václav Mrkvička
Yordanova, Viktoriya ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
The bachelor thesis will deal with the perception of the Czech society of Slavism at the end of 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century. It will mainly notice the relations of the Czechs to the Bulgarians after the liberation of Bulgaria in the year 1878 till the end of the nineteen-thirties. The substantial part of the bachelor thesis will be description and characterization of the mission of Jan Václav Mrkvička in Bulgaria and the benefits of his work on the development of the local fine arts. Keywords Jan Václav Mrkvička (1856-1938), Czech Slavism, Czech-Bulgarian relations, 1878-1938, Bulgaria, National Academy of Art Sofia, Bulgarian fine arts
Václav Groul and his painting work
Henclová, Natálie ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
Václav Groul and his painting work The bachelor thesis will be devoted to Václav Groul's personality. It will focus on his artwork and try to explain his painting work. At first, the thesis introduces art brut and then summarizes the available facts from his life and work. Further it will illustrate possible sources of inspiration. These obviously became from the reading of spiritist pioneer Allan Kardek (Book of Ghosts). At the sight of his work, there is also a certain, probably unconscious, connection with mandal creators and the work of Carl Gustav Jung. Last but not least in his work may also be the impact of his profession-he was a tailor, in which he could meet the ornament more closely. Václav Groula could have been interested in numerical symbolism and work with symbols appearing in some of his paintings. The aim of the thesis is to summarize factual information about his life, to interpret the work of this extraordinary author and to determine his position among other artists of art brut.

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