Биографическая информация: Антон Гликин


Education

• 2010: PhD in Art History and Theory; Department of Philosophy; St. Petersburg University;
• 1990 – 97: MA in Architecture and Fine Art, Russian Academy of Arts, Repin State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, School of Architecture, St Petersburg;
• 1995 – 96: MA equivalent in Architecture and Building Arts, The Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture, London;
• 1986 – 90: BA in Interior Design, Nicholas Roerich Art College, Department of Interior Design, St Petersburg.

Work

• Current Affiliations: Principal, G&S Architecture/Art/Theory, President, The Classical City Association/St. Petersburg Urban Alternative; Senior Associate, Peter Pennoyer Architects, New York; Chairman, Russian Chapter of the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism, St. Petersburg;
• 2004 – Present: President, The Classical City Association, Inc.;
• 1999 – Present: Senior Associate, Peter Pennoyer Architects P.C., New York;
• 1995 – 99: Architectural Designer, Patricia Howard Associates, London;
• 1993 – 95: Research Consultant, The British Design Initiative, St Petersburg.

Awards

• 2003: Author Ross Award for Excellence in Classical Tradition (presented by The Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America), New York;
• 2000: Finalist’s Award (presented by American Urban Design Foundation), The Millennium Monument Competition, Washington, D.C.;
• 1999: Measured Drawing Award (presented by Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects), Summer Show, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK;
• 1995: Winning Award, Olympic Centenary Monument Competition (presented by The Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture), London, UK.

Scholarships

• 1995: Study Scholarship, The Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture (PoWIA) (sponsored by PoWIA), London, UK;
• 1996: Italian Study Tour Scholarship for Outstanding Students of The Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture (sponsored by Calder Loth, Senior Architectural Historian, Department of Historic Recourses, Commonwealth of Virginia), London, UK.

Publications (in English)

County Life (Anonymous) (1927), “An Interview with John Walter Cross”, Country Life September: 66.
• Novikov, T. (1998), Noviy Russkiy Klassicizm (New Russian Classicism), St Petersburg: Palace Editions.
• Glikin, A., (2009), “The Venice Charter and the Current Development of St Petersburg”, The Venice Charter Revisited: Modernism & Conservation in the Post-War World (Monograph), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, London: 517–529.
• Glikin, A., (1996), “Field Trip to Florence and Rome”, The Prince of Wales's Institute Newsletter № 4: 5.
• Glikin, A., (2002), “The Magic Stains”, Art Watch UK, № 13: 4-7.
• Glikin, A., (2002), “International Architectural News”, Art Watch UK, № 15: 21.
• Glikin, A., (2002), “Transporting Body and Soul” (on newly restored Baroque altarpiece from Olinda, Brazil, exhibited at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum), Art Watch UK, № 15: 6-8.
• Glikin, A., (2003), “The Age-defying Stucco Finishes of St Petersburg”, Art Watch UK № 18: 10–15.
• Glikin, A., (2007), “A tribute in Memory of Professor James Beck”, Art Watch UK, № 22: 26–27.
• Glikin, A., (2004 ), “Le tems, a la trace” Nuances, № 34: 8–11.
• Glikin, A., Daley M., Alioshin A., Kovaliov A., Watkin D., (2006), “Preserving St. Petersburg Architecture”, Daily Telegraph, April 15.
• Glikin, A., (2007), “A Vision for Saint-Petersburg”, Europa Nostra Review, № 1: 44–47.
• Glikin, А., (2008), “The Classical City of St. Petersburg: An Overview”, Art Watch UK, № 24 (The Fight to Save the Classical City of St. Petersburg (Ed. A. Glikin)): 4–11.
• Glikin, А., (2008), “A Conversation”, Art Watch UK, № 24 (The Fight to Save the Classical City of St. Petersburg (Ed. A. Glikin)): 22-23.
• Glikin, А., (2008), “Timur Novikov and Neo-Academism”, Art Watch UK № 24 (The Fight to Save the Classical City of St. Petersburg (Ed. A. Glikin)): 38.
• Glikin A., (2008), Russian Classical Architecture and Carlo Rossi, St. Petersburg 300th Anniversary. The City as a Cradle of Modern Russia, New York, Hofstra Univ.; Lima, Peru,. P. 45–61.
• Glikin A.A. The Venice Charter and the Current Development of St Petersburg // Conf. «The Venice Charter Revisited: Modernism & Conservation in the Post-War World (Forthcoming)». 2008. Sibiu, Romania (In print).
• Glikin A.A. The Venice Charter and the Current Development of St Petersburg // The Venice Charter Revisited: Modernism & Conservation in the Post-War World (Monograph). Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2009. PP. 517–529.
• Glikin. A.А. Field Trip to Florence and Rome // The Prince of Wales's Institute Newsletter, No 4, Spring Issue, London, 1996. P. 5.
• Glikin A.A. The Magic Stains // Journ. Art Watch UK. 2001. № 13. P. 4-7.
• A. Glikin. International Architectural News // Art Watch UK Newsletter, 15th Issue, Spring 2002, P. 21.
• A. Glikin. Transporting Body and Soul (on newly restored Baroque altarpiece from Olinda, Brazil, exhibited at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum) // Art Watch UK Newsletter, 15th Issue, Spring 2002, PP. 6-8.
• Glikin A.A. The Age-defying Stucco Finishes of St Petersburg // Journ. Art Watch UK. 2003. № 18. P. 10–15.
• Glikin A.A. A tribute in Memory of Prof. James Beck // Journ. Art Watch UK. 2003. № 22. P. 26–27.
• Glikin A.A. Le tems, a la trace // Nuances, 2004. Automne. № 34. P. 8–11. (Translated into French from Journ. Art Watch UK. 2001. № 13. P. 4–7 / Translator С. Vermont).
• Glikin A., Daley M., Alioshin A., Kovaliov A., Watkin D. Preserving St. Petersburg Architecture // Daily Telegraph. April 15, 2006.
• Glikin A.A. A Vision for Saint-Petersburg // Europa Nostra Review. 2007. № 1. P. 44–47.
• Glikin. A.A. Guest Editor of Art Watch UK Journal No 24, Summer 2008 ~ “The Fight to Save the Classical city of St Petersburg.
• Glikin А.А. The Classical City of St Petersburg: An Overview // Journ. Art Watch UK: The Fight to Save the Classical City of St. Petersburg / Ed. A.A. Glikin. 2008. № 24. P. 4–11.
• Glikin А.А. A Conversation // Journ. Art Watch UK: The Fight to Save the Classical City of St. Petersburg / Ed. A.A. Glikin. 2008. № 24. P. 22-23.
• Glikin А.А. Timur Novikov and Neo-Academism // Journ. Art Watch UK: The Fight to Save the Classical City of St. Petersburg / Ed. A.A. Glikin. 2008. № 24. P. 38.
• Glikin A.A. Russian Classical Architecture and Carlo Rossi // In Monograph by Materials Conf. «St. Petersburg 300». 2008. USA, Hofstra (In print).
• Glikin A.A. The Venice Charter and the Current Development of St Petersburg // Conf. «The Venice Charter Revisited: Modernism & Conservation in the Post-War World (Forthcoming)». 2008. Sibiu, Romania (In print).
In Russian
• Glikin, A.A. Traditions of Russian and West European Art Critique: The case of Russia and England of the First Half of 19th century // Digest of State Russian A.I. Herzen Pedagogical University. 2008 (in print).
• Glikin, A.A. St. Petersburg Architecture in the 21st Century: Analysis of the Current Issues and Improvement Proposals // St. Petersburg University Digest. 2007. Series # 2. Issue # 4. PP. 317-331.
• Glikin, A.A. Precedent in Architecture: Between Postmodernism and Traditionalism// Digest of State Russian A.I. Herzen Pedagogical University. 2008. № 30 (67). PP. 62-67.
• Glikin, A., Daley M. The Classical City in the 21st century // Relikvia Journal on Restoration, Conservation & Museums. 2005. Issue 4 (11). PP. 34-36.


INTERNET ARTICLES
(available: www.metropolian.org)
In Russian

• Glikin, A.A. The Need for Cultural Rebirth. 2004.
• Glikin, A.A. Categories of Modern Classicism. 2005.
• Glikin, A.A. Alternative to Modernism. 2005.
• Glikin, A.A. Support of Classicism. 2005.
• Glikin, A.A. Victoria. 2005.
• Glikin, A.A. Modernism and Historic City. 2006.
• Glikin, A.A. New Petersburg. 2006.
• Scruton, R. (transl. by A. Glikin) Hail Quinlan Terry – Our Greatest Living Architect. 2006.

Public Lectures

• ‘Paper’ Urban Planning and Conceptual Design as a Method of Theoretical Discussion. Department of Museology. St. Petersburg State University (December, 2010, St Petersburg) http://museum.philosophy.pu.ru/?q=node/236 ;
• Traditionalism in opposition: Alternative English and American Architecture of the second half of XX century, St. Petersburg Chapter of Union of Russian Architects (October, 2010, St. Petersburg) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvV8IRCpNtI;
• Russian Autocracy and the Universal Significance of Russian Classicism, European University, (October 2010, St. Petersburg);
• Russian Dacha culture and Vladimir Story Catalogue of Cheep Building Designs, 1917; The Coffee House club, (May, 2010, New York); Queen Mary College (March, 2011, London).
• Completing the City of St. Petersburg. History, Heritage, Regeneration // International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism / Patron: HRH The Prince of Wales. Romania, Sibiu. September 23-25, 2007; Pushkin House (London, June 2010); Museum of Communication (June, 2010, St. Petersburg); St. Petersburg State University (October, 2010, St. Petersburg); Queen Mary College, University of London (November, 2010, London).
http://univertv.ru/video/iskusstvo/arhitektura/koncepcii_razvitiya_peterburga_istorizm_antiistorizm_psevdoistorizm_konservaciya/?mark=new
• Glikin, A.A. Stone Carvings of St. Petersburg and New York: National Peculiarities // International Conference : Meeting Point – Stone. St. Petersburg Mining Institute/German Academic Exchange Service. St. Petersburg, April 27-30, 2007.
• Glikin, A.A. Modern Classical Movement: History and Current Situation. The Classical City Association Seminar. St. Petersburg University. August 4, 2005.
• St. Petersburg Neo-Classical Ensemble of the 19th Century: Its Peculiarities and Research Problems // Intern. Conf. «St. Petersburg 300th Anniversary. The City as a Cradle of Modern Russia». USA, New York, Hofstra University. November 7-8, 2003.

Radio Broadcasts

• «Антон Гликин: проекты и постройки» http://www.svobodanews.ru/content/transcript/1715134.html
• «Каталог дач Владимира Стори» http://www.svobodanews.ru/content/transcript/2091977.html

Interviews

1. «Проблемы градостроительного развития Петербурга»: (см. статью в приложении). Английская вариация этой статьи опубликована в новом научном сборнике, посвящённом ревизии Венецианской хартии
http://www.amazon.com/Venice-Charter-Revisited-Modernism-Conservation/dp/1847186882
Отдельные положения есть в моём интервью в Литературке
http://www.lgz.ru/article/13512/
2. «Метафизика архитектоники: архитектура второй половины ХХ века» (статья по теме выйдет в сентябрьском номере нью-йоркского «Нового журнала»).
http://www.newreviewinc.com/?q=node/265
Площадка: клуб «Кофейный дом» (май, 2010, Нью-Йорк).


Exhibitions

2009: Modern Historicism: Design and Art Works by Anton Glikin & Irina Shumitskaya; The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, NYC.
2009: “Architectural Watercolor: Reviving a Forgotten Tradition. An Exhibition of Works by Irina Shumitskaya & Anton Glikin”; Gelabert Gallery, NYC.
2008: Italian Dressings: Palladio and American Classicism Year Exhibition; Virginia Center for Architecture, University of Virginia.
2006: Russian-Greek Symposium of Modern Art Exhibition; Museum of the New Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg.
2006: Russian-Greek Symposium of Modern Art Exhibition; Mayakovsky Library, Rumiantsev Palace, St. Petersburg.
2002: 10th Anniversary Exhibition of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, NYC.
2002: Derriere Guard Winter Salon, NYC.
2001: Traditional Urbanism; Classical Visions seminar, Miami Beach, FL.
1999: 160th Anniversary Retrospective Exhibition of Nicholas Roerich Art College Students (1839 – 1999), St. Petersburg.
1999: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London.
1997: New Architectural Drawings from Gibbs and Adam Buildings by the St. Petersburg group, Gallery 19, London.
1996: Summer Show; The Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture, London.
1986: Exhibition of Drawings and Watercolors by Anton Glikin, Planeta Cinema Hall, St Petersburg.

PUBLICATIONS OF ARCHITECTURAL AND ARTISTIC WORKS

• A Decade of Classical Art and Architecture 1992-2002, The institute of Classical Architecture 2002, P. 140, New York 2002
• The Classicist (Annual of the Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture), № 6,
New York, 2001.
• The Classicist Magazine (Annual of the Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture), № 6, New-York, 2001. P.79 // Published project ‘The Redevelopment of Wembley Park’
• Peter Pennoyer Architects. Brochure and website: www.ppaps.com / Project Renderings.
NewYork. 2001. P: 18-23 / Architectural renderings by A. Glikin: ‘House at the Ford Plantation’ (designed by Anton Glikin) - front view, plans and section, ’Pavilion (Westchester, New York)’, ‘House in New Jersey’, ‘Oakley Farm (North facade)’, “Oakley Farm (South facade)”.
• The Millennium Gate Foundation, website: www.themillenniumgate.org / Published drawings: A Finalist’s Design by A. Glikin: ‘Millennium Monument in Washington (2000 г.)’, Approved for construction collective design: “Millennium Monument in Washington” (finalists: D.Parolek, S.Neri, A.Muziker, A.Glikin, L.S.Bergman, S.Hoenle, M.Petkovich, J.M.Smith, M.A.Cusato; 2000 г.).
• The Catalogue of The 46th Annual Winter Antique Show. New York City, 2000.
P. 129 / Published watercolor rendering: ‘Study for a Pavilion’.
• Brochure of The Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture. Design and Build at Copse Hill. London, 1996. P. 2. / Published drawing: “Watercolor of the finished building”.
• Perspectives on Architecture. Issue 24. London. August / September, 1996. P. 28. / Published work:“Life drawing”.
• The Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture. Foundation Course Catalogue. London, 1996, P. 12, 17, 19, 21, 22 / Published drawings: “Corner building” (model, p. 12), “Islamic design” (watercolor, p. 17), “World Athlete’s Monument” (watercolor rendering of the finished design, p. 19), “Plaster cast” (p. 21), “Sketches of classical facades” (p. 22).
• The Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture Newsletter, No 3, Spring Term, London, 1996. P. 4. /The first publication of the initial design for The World Athletes Monument built in Atlanta in 1997.
• A Staff Writer. Students and Young Professionals Develop Designs for Millennium Monument, Washington, D.C. // The Forum. The Newsletter of the Institute of Classical Architecture, Fall 2000, New York City.
• Catesby Leigh. Millennium Monument. Grand Arch Would Go At Barney Circle // The Washington Post, Monday, July 17, 2000, Washington, D.C. P. A21.
• Benjamin Forgey. Backward To the Future. Millennial Memorial Designs: Anchored In the Classical Past – Or Mired There? // The Washington Post, Sunday, July 16, 2000, Washington, D.C.. P. G1, G6.
• Phuong Ly. Arch, Pavilion Vie for Millennial Honor. $50 Million Memorial Would be Built on City – Owned Land With Private Funds // The Washington Post, Sunday, July 9, 2000, Washington, D.C.. P. C3.
• Greg Bishop. Developer Plans a Monument to Celebrate U.S. // The Washington Times, Friday, June 23, 2000, Washington, D.C.. P. C1, C2.
• Stephen C. Fehr. Millennium Memorial Plan Takes Shape. Atlanta Philanthropist Proposes Monument as Gateway to Capital in Southeast // The Washington Post, Friday, June 30, 2000, Washington, D.C. P. A18
• A Staff Writer. Monumental City // USA Today, Thursday, February 10, 2000. P. SP2.
• Paul Goldberger. Athens on the Interstate // The New Yorker Magazine, February 1, 1999, New York. P. 70-73.
• Richard John. Student Competition: “Olympic Monument in Atlanta” // The Classicist Magazine (Annual of the Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture), № 4, 1998, New York. P. 68.
• A Staff Writer. New Monument Fit for the Olympics // Perspectives on Architecture. Issue 27. London. February/March, 1997. P. 22.
• New Architectural Drawings by The St. Petersburg Group. Founder Anton Glikine // Galleries. London. February 1997. P. 2.
• New Architectural Drawings by The St. Petersburg Group. Founder Anton Glikine // Perspectives on Architecture. Issue 24. London. August/September, 1996. P. 13.
• А. Shindin. Russians in America. The Success of the Russian Architect – ‘Indication of Anglo – American Relations’ // Nedvizshimost Sankt – Peterburga (St Petersburg Real Estate), September 18, 1996, St Petersburg.
• A Staff Writer. Another Victory of Russians in Atlanta // Chas Pik, September 14, 1996, St Petersburg.
• Vladimir Skosirev. The Prince of Wales and Architect Glikin are Building Monument to Athletes of the World // Izvestia, August 26, 1996, Moscow.
• A Staff Writer. Atlanta to Get $1 Million. Monument from The Prince of Wales’s Foundation // Union Jack, August 1996, Atlanta.
• Gail Palmer. Midtown Site of Monument to Athletes // Northside Neighbor, August 7, 1996, Atlanta.
• David Rubinger. Atlanta’s Immeasurable Changes // Atlanta Business Chronicle, July 19-25, 1996, Atlanta.
• Tony Wilbert. A Princely Project to Crown City // Atlanta Business Chronicle, June 13, 1996, Atlanta.
• Colin Amery. Atlanta Emulates St. Petersburg // Financial Times, August 12, 1996, London.
• Competitions. The Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture. Graduate School Catalogue. London, 1996, P. 27.
• Monument competition // The Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture. Foundation Course. Catalogue. London, 1996, P. 19.
• Olympic Centenary Monument // The Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture Newsletter, N 3, Spring Term, London, 1996. P. 4
• L. Alexandrova. In a Forest, On a Lake, In a Wide Field // Vechernii Leningrad, February 14, 1986.


Member, Coffee House (NYC) (a private club);
Member, The Prince of Wales's Alumni Association (London);
Member, The Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America (New York)