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دوباره یانون‌دیزاین

قریب به نه ماه از آخرین پست انتشاری یانون‌دیزاین می‌گذرد! و دقیق‌تر قریب به یک سال از کم فعالیت‌ شدن و خسته‌ شدن یانون‌دیزاین!

یانون‌دیزاین تا پیش از این یک سال، با جامعه بزرگ و علاقه‌مندی از حوزه طراحی ، معماری و هنر آمیخته شده بود. خیلی‌ها در سال‌های ۸۶ که فقط به فرستادن ایمیل‌های گاه‌به‌گاه دیزاین به صندوق ایمیلی معدودی از دوستان ورودی ۸۵ دانش‌گاه هنرم مشغول بودم تا همین آغاز سال ۹۶ ، کم کم روزانه با ایمیل روزنامه یانون‌دیزاین، سیر اینترنتی خودشان در جهان هنر و طراحی را شروع می‌کردند. خیلی‌ها ابراز لطف فراوانی را در این سال‌ها به تیم فعال یانون‌دیزاین ابراز کرده‌اند و همین خیلی‌ها و بسیاری که منتقدانه و تیزبین همیشه ما را مدنظر داشتند، عمده انرژی و انگیزه پیش‌برد حرکت یانون‌دیزاین بودند. 

واقعیت آن است که مسائلی شخصی برای یک‌سالی این حرکت را متوقف کرد... اما عمده انگیزه‌ای که این سال‌ها پشت یانون‌دیزاین بود و اتفاقات خوبی که پیرامون آن در سال‌های گذشته افتاده بود مانع آن می‌شد که به کل یانون‌دیزاین را فراموش کنیم....

ما به امید خدا از امروز یعنی ابتدای اردی‌بهشت ۹۷ دوباره با انگیزه شروع خواهیم کرد. با هم از جهان هنر و طراحی خواهیم دید.... روزانه و پابه‌پای تحولاتی که در پیرامون‌ ماست.

Forgotten Monuments From the Communist Era in Bulgaria

پنجشنبه, ۵ اسفند ۱۳۸۹، ۱۲:۰۰ ق.ظ
یه سری کار نمادین کمونیستی که احتمالا تا حالا هیچ کدومش رو ندیدین! حداقل من اولین بارم بود
اونایی که حال دارن متن ش رو هم مطالعه کنن، نکات جالبی داره
برای اونایی که علاقه دارن به پیگیری هنر دوران مدرن و کانستراکتیویسم ، حتما جالبه
برا اونایی که علاقه دارن به مطالعه ی تاریخ بشر آموزنده ست
برا اونایی که علاقه به عبرت دارن و تدبر ، تذکره!
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راستی به برخوردی که امروزه با آثار شده هم خیلی دقت کنین.... الدنیا دار العبر... 



monument to the soviet army
As part of his series dealing with forgotten monuments from the communist era in , Nikola Mihov has shared with us his story and photos of the many iconic communist era monuments in that were dismantled after the fall of the totalitarian regime in 1989. Nevertheless, more than one hundred important monuments built between 1945 and 1989 remain standing. The majority of these sites are not recognized by the state and they remain ownerless. Their exact number is unknown and it is difficult to find information about their authors and their history. More images and his story after the break.

monument to soviet army, Burgas, 1953
The graffiti "Forget Your Past" above the entrance of the Bulgarian Communist Party memorial demonstrates their faith. Situated in towns across the country, and once a symbol of pride, today most of communist era monuments are neglected and ransacked. Regardless of whether they were built to commemorate the Soviet Army or the struggle against Ottoman rule, they all share one and the same fate: to be a silent symbol of the forgotten past.
Nikola Mihov's photographic series "Forget Your Past" reveals 14 of the most significant communist era monuments in . This project is realized within the support of Trace, a platform that brings together artists and architects to consider the integration of the communist monuments into the present day urban environment.

monument to soviet army, Burgas, 1953
Architect: Milko Milkov
Sculptors: Vasil Radoslavov, Aneta Atanasova
Height: 18 m
The Monument to the Soviet army is located in the city center of Burgas. It epitomizes a battle scene from World War II and the welcoming of the Red Army troops in the town of Burgas. After the fall of the Communist regime a heavy discussion regarding its future took place. Thousands of citizens signed a petition in favour of its demolition. Eventually, in 1993, according to an agreement between and Russia, concerning the Russian monuments in , the monument was put under protection and its future secured. Today it is one of the few well maintained monuments from the communist period, although swastikas are often scrawled on it.

monument to the soviet army, Plovdiv, 1954

monument to the soviet army, Plovdiv, 1954
Architects: Boris Markov, Petar Tzvetkov, Nikolay Marangozov
Sculptors: Vasil Radoslavov, Lubomir Dalchev, Georgi Kocev, Todor Bosilkov, Alexander Zankov
Height: 17 m
The Monument to the Soviet army was built on ''The Hill of the Liberators'' in Plovdiv . It epitomizes a battle scene from World War II and the welcoming of the Red Army troops in . A 11 meter-high granite statue of a Soviet soldioer, named Alyosha, dominates the city skyline. An the bottom of the statue an inscription reads "Glory to the Invincible Soviet Army – liberator". The sculpture is made after a photograph of Alexey Skurlatov, a Soviet Army signalman who worked on the re-establishment of the telephone conetion between Plovdiv and Sofia in September 1944. His face can also be seen on some other monuments from the same period. In 1966 the soviet composer Edward Kolmanovski dedicated a song to the Alyosha's monument. This song became the official city anthem and Alexey Skurlatov was made an honorary citizen of Plovdiv. After the political changes the monument has survived two decrees ordering its demolition as a symbol of "Soviet occupation". In 1996 Russian veterans, living in , threatened to set them on fire, if the monument was to be removed. However in 2007 official selebrations and fireworks marked the monument's 50th anniversary, a jubilee postage stamp was issued and Alexey Skurlatov was officaily invited to visit .

monument of the resistance, Vidin, 1963

monument of the resistance, Vidin, 1963
Architect: Ivan Tatarov
Sculptors: Hristo Simeonov, Metodi Izmirliev, Ivan Petrov
Height: 24 m
The Monument of the Resistance is located on the Danube bank in the city of Vidin. It is dedicated to "the anti-fascist and anti-capitalist resistance" in . On the same spot, stood a prison, where, on the 8th of September 1944, six Bulgarian partisans were hanged. The three sculpture compositions are dedicated to the communist uprising of September 1923, the Bulgarian partisan movement and "the victory of socialism" in 1944. After the political changes the monuments was abandoned. Today the it is coated with red paint and covered with scrawl. The ossuary, located in its rear part, has been plundered.

memorial complex hillock of fraternity, Plovdiv, 1974

memorial complex hillock of fraternity, Plovdiv, 1974
Architects: Lubomir Shinkov, Vladimir Rangelov
Sculptors: Lubomir Dalchev, Ana Dalcheva, Peter Atanasov
Height: 7.4 m
The ''Hillock of fraternity'' monument symbolizes a Thracian hillock. It reminds of a stone wreath from above. A 90m long sculpture composition inside the monument is dedicated to the Liberation of from Ottoman rule, the The Unification of , the Bulgarian partisan movement and "the victory of socialism" in 1944. Bones of partisans from Plovdiv region were placed inside the memorial complex, once it was finished. It was inaugurated on 9th September 1974 by the party leader Todor Zhivkov in honor of the 30th anniversary of the "socialist revolution'' in . There were plans to connect the ''Hillock of fraternity'' memorial to the Soviet army monument in the town, through a spacious boulevard which would then be used to perform "festive rituals". Today the memorial is locked with chains and covered with scrawl. The eternal flame in the middle of the hall went out and was never relit The municipality is planning to repaint the monument due to the opening of a commercial center in the area.

monument of the three generations, Perushtitza, 1976

monument of the three generations, Perushtitza, 1976
Architects: Lubomir Chinkov, Vladimir Rangelov
Sculptor: Lubomir Dalchev
Height: 23 m
The Monument of the Three Generations dominates skyline of Perushtitza. It was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the April Uprising, which indirectly provoked the Liberation of from Ottoman rule in 1878. A 70 meter-long sculpture composition celebrate the liberation movement of 1876, the communist uprising of September 1923 and the ''socialist revolution in '' of September 1944. After the political changes the red star on the top of the monument's bell tower was removed. At the present time the monument is abandoned. A three tone bronze wreath covering the ossuary of the heroes has disappeared and the stairs leading to the monument are overgrown with weeds.

memorial complex apriltzi panagyurishte, 1976

memorial complex apriltzi panagyurishte, 1976
Architects: Bogdan Tomalevski, Ivan Nikolov
Sculptors: Dimitar Daskalov, Sekul Kroumov, Velitchko Minekov
Height: 13 m
''Apriltzi'' was the first memorial complex