Symbiosis stylisis trends in culture xix – early xx centuries
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The problems of it is actual another interesting dimension of the art of reality, which is associated with the Gothic Revival. The Gothic Revival – it is not Gothic at all, as other eclectic styles. It is a cultural metaphor of imitation of Gothic tradition. The verticality by itself, like an arrow slits – all this becomes so, as we say, image, denies represent classical facade. Neorussion or Byzantine style, Neorenaissance were associated with ethnic tradition, with regeneration of ethnic culture. Ethnic culture becomes the subject of professional interests. If classicism can not see national traditions, everywhere simply and clearly put axis, that are formed by spatial syntagms, so the eclecticism fueles the interest to the national roots. We can see a certain nostalgia for our own ‟golden age”. That is, if we return to reflexive interpretations of culture, as it was mentioned above, it could be argued that it polystyle shows permanent deployment of metaphysical searches that already tend to aplently reality, to polycentrism, the center (axis) in the composition as the sole source of unity of the whole has become impossible. Here is felt a certain pluralism and a certain ‟postmodern” if it can be called postmodern, though postmodernism appears as nomination is in the middle of the XXth century
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