The Ethnology Notebooks, 2018, № 5 (143), 1149—1160
UDK 745.52:747 ”1920/1980”(091)
Jamborko Olha, Candidate of Sciences in Art Studies,
Associate Professor of the department of design and theory of art,
teacher of Institute of arts of the Prykarpattya national university
of the name of Vasyl Stefanyk.
Street of Shevchenko, 57, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ivano-Frankivsk area, 76000
Contacts: tel. 067 139 14 78, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstrakt. The article deals with the use of carpets in the interiors of the Soviet era at various stages of its historical development. The factors influencing the aesthetics and style of typical dwelling interiors are highlighted, the artistic compositional features of their subject environment are considered. The main attention is paid to the study of the semantic status of the carpet in the culture of everyday life of the urban population of the 1920’s and 1980’s, and the formation of related key social practices. The place and role of carpets of Ukrainian production in these processes are found out.
Keywords: carpet, life culture, dwelling interior, social practices.
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