Anna Sokolina

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Born1956 (age 64–65)
Leningrad, Russia
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma materNew York University
Occupation
  • Architect
  • author
  • historian
  • curator
  • advocate

Anna Sokolina (nee Anna Petrovna Guz, born November 3, 1956 in Leningrad, Russia), is an American architect of Russian cultural origins, author, editor, and curator, founding chair of SAH Women in Architecture AG,[1] also contributing on boards of the International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA)[2] and Bloomsbury Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture (forthcoming). Her research is focused on women’s narratives in architecture[3] and on transformative trends in architecture that ignite a cross-disciplinary discourse.[4] Other areas of study—Paper Architecture,[5] architecture and utopia, architecture and spiritual science,[6] architecture genealogies of memory, recent-century built environments in the US, Europe, and Russia.

Biography

Sokolina holds a PhD in Theory and History of Architecture and Landmarks Preservation (1992) from VNIITAG,[7] the central theory/history branch of Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences. She graduated from Moscow Institute of Architecture[8] (1980) and New York University School of Professional Studies (2001), interned at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, and New York City Public Design Commission at the Mayor’s Office, contributed for 9 years at Metropolitan Museum of Art Education Department, and Morgan Library & Museum, and worked as Curator of Exhibitions at Tabakman Museum in Hudson, NY. During her t-track as architecture faculty at Miami University she curated Cage Gallery,[9] served on Council on Diversity, REEE Curriculum Committee, Havighurst Advisory Committee,[10] and Post-Doctoral Fellowship Selection Committee.

First independent woman curator from post-communist Moscow (1992–94) she brought itinerant Paper Architecture[11] exhibitions under contract with Moscow Association of Junior Architects (President: Serguei Timofeev), to Germany and France with support by Senate of Berlin,[12] Grün Berlin GMBh,[13] École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Strasbourg,[14] and Bürgerhaus Gröbenzell,[15] and was first female lecturer from Russia invited by European Academy of the Urban Environment EA.UE Berlin[16] in cooperation with UNESCO in the Program “Sustainable Settlements” (other lecturers: Maurice Culot (France), Lucien Kroll (Belgium), Rob Krier and Léon Krier (Luxembourg), Kenzō Tange (Japan), 1993; in 2016–20 she served as the first Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) Liaison elected to SHERA Board.[17]

As artist, she participated in 19 exhibitions, 5 of them at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; her 104 artworks are housed in 23 public and private collections. International Archive of Women in Architecture at Virginia Tech holds a collection of her professional records, artwork, dissertation thesis and boards,[18] and correspondence with the IAWA Founder Prof. Milka Bliznakov (Series VI),[19] as well as over 25 collections of women architects that she solicited for the Archive.

Anna Sokolina[20] published over 90 research papers, presented at 83 academic conferences, received 17 academic awards, and is affiliated with 15 professional societies. Publications include: Architecture and Anthroposophy (editor, 29 contributors, 27 chapters, 268 pages, 348 illustrations (189 in color), hardcover: M.: KMK, 2001 and 2010,[21] and online access M.: BDN, 2019) and M. Bliznakov Scholar Report (2019),[22] current book-in-progress: Design Code of the Utopia: East Germany 1945-1990. As editor, she also initiated the anthology Routledge Companion to Women in Architecture (forthcoming) envisioned as a catalyst for effective pioneering programs, as a general reading and as a core text, to provide a foundation for developing new surveys, other courses and modules on the subject, and to further new publications containing unbiased revisions of the readings on histories of built environments; and a dissertation-into-book project of the IAWA founder Milka Bliznakov, In Search for a Style: The Great Experiment in Architecture 1917–1932.

Professional Service

  • Society of Architectural Historians Women in Architecture Affiliate Group / SAH WiA AG Founding Chair, 12/2019–present
  • International Archive of Women in Architecture IAWA Board Honorary Advisor, 10/2002–present
  • Advisory Board, Bloomsbury Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture 1960–2015, eds. Lori Brown, Karen Burns, 2018–present
  • Society of Historians of East European, Eurasian, and Russian Art and Architecture (SHERA) Board Officer, 1/2016–1/2020
  • SAH-SHERA Liaison, partner societies’ communications, 1/2015–1/2020
  • Curator, Cage Gallery, Department of Architecture + Interior Design, CCA, Miami University OH, 2007–08
  • Council on Diversity, Miami University, OH, 2006–08
  • Havighurst Center Advisory Committee, Miami University OH, 2006–07
  • Member, Havighurst Center Post-Doctoral Fellowship Selection Committee, Miami University OH, 2006–07
  • Member, Russian, East European & Eurasian Curriculum Committee, REEES, Miami University OH, 2006–07
  • Board Adviser / Contributing Editor, ARTMargins, 2002–2008
  • Volunteer, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Office of Research, Department of Education, 1/1998–10/2007
  • Docent, Morgan Library & Museum, European Master Drawings Research and guided exhibition tours, 1/1998–12/1998

Professional Societies Affiliation

  • International Archive of Women in Architecture IAWA / Board Honorary Advisor 2002–present
  • Society of Architectural Historians SAH 2001–present / SAH Women in Architecture AG Chair 9/2020–present / SAH WiA AG Founding Initiative 12/2019–9/2020 / SAH-SHERA Liaison 1/2015–1/2020
  • Society of Historians of East European, Eurasian & Russian Art & Architecture SHERA 1999-present | Board Officer 1/2016–1/2020
  • Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation BWAF 2008–present
  • College Art Association CAA 1999–present
  • Women in Architecture-LinkedIn, online 2018-present
  • DOCOMOMO US /documentation, conservation of the modern movement, online 2014–present
  • Dissertation Reviews Russia 2014–present
  • Association for Women in Slavic Studies AWSS 2013–present
  • Women in Architecture-NYC, online 2012–present
  • North East Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies NESEEES 2012–present
  • International Council on Monuments and Sites ICOMOS, online 2012–present
  • Visual Arts Section, School for Spiritual Science in North America 1996--present
  • Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies ASEEES 2014–2019
  • Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference MASC 2003–2008
  • Consortium of Art and Architectural Historians CAAH 2001–2006
  • Art Museum Image Consortium AMICO 2002–2005
  • Harvard Club of New York, The Russia Society 1999–2005
  • Moscow Association of Junior Architects 1992–1994
  • The Union of Architects of USSR/Union of Architects of Russia 1990–1999

Exhibitions and Design

File:Sokolina_2007 MetMus_AerialView_NYC.jpg|thumb|Anna Sokolina. "Aerial View: New York City". 2005. Series: Aerial Views, 30x40 inches, mixed media on canvas, exhibited in 2007 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. File:Sokolina_2005 MetMus_AerialView_M.jpg|thumb|Anna Sokolina. "Aerial View: Moscow". 2004. Series: Aerial Views, 20x22 inches, mixed media on wood, exhibited in 2005 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. File:Sokolina_2003 MetMus_AerialView_St.Pet.jpg|thumb|Anna Sokolina. "Aerial View: Saint Petersburg". 1999. Series: Aerial Views, 20x40 inches, mixed media on canvas, exhibited in 2003 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Artwork in Group Exhibitions

  • The Employees Art Show. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY, 9.6–26.2007.
  • The Employees Art Show. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY, 2005.
  • The Employees Art Show. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY, 2003.
  • The Employees Art Show. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY, 2000.
  • The Employees Art Show. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY, 1999.
  • Russia Revisited. The New York Open Center for Holistic Learning, New York NY, 1997.
  • First Impressions. Lower East Side Tenement Museum, New York NY, 1995.
  • New Architecture Concepts from Moscow. École Supérieure d'Architecture de Strasbourg, France, 1993.
  • Art Russia. City Hall Gallery, Gröbenzell, Germany, 1993.
  • New Concepts from Moscow. Grün Berlin GmbH. Berlin, Germany, 1993.
  • International Forum Man and Architecture. Sterinerseminariet, Järna, Sweden, 1992.
  • Annual Spring Art Exhibition. Central House of Architects, Moscow, Russia, 1990.
  • Architects-Artists Create. Arseny Morozov House, Moscow, Russia, 1987.
  • Architects Paint. Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia, 1987.
  • Annual Spring Art Exhibition. Central House of Architects, Moscow, Russia, 1986.
  • Annual Spring Art Exhibition. Central House of Architects, Moscow, Russia, 1984.
  • Annual Art Exhibition of Moscow’ Architects. Central House of Architects, Moscow, Russia, 1982.
  • CNIITIA Exhibits. Central Academic Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture, Moscow, Russia, 1981
  • Art in Action. Sokolina / Vilenkin. The Architecture Editorial Showroom, Moscow, Russia, 1980.

Book Design and Illustrations

  • Sokolina, Anna, ed., book design. Architecture and Anthroposophy. 268p. 348 ills. 8 x 12 inches, hardcover format, dust jacket, 348 illustrations (189 in color). M: KMK Scientific Press, 1st ed. 2001, 2nd ed. 2010.
  • Sokolina, Anna. Poems. 56p, 13 ills. New York: Telex, 1998.
  • Ryabushin, Alexander, and Anna Shoukurova. Modernism and Postmodernism: The Critique of Concepts. Drafted: 12 ills. M: Stroyizdat, 1991.
  • Rossinskaya, Helena. Principles of Semantics and Semiotics in International Architecture. Drafted: cover image. M: VNIITAG, 1983.

Coordination of Exhibitions

  • Coordinator, Cage Architecture Gallery, Miami University OH, Department of Architecture and Interior Design, School of Fine Arts, 2007–08.
  • Independent curator, Healing Watercolors, Woodbridge Town Library, Woodbridge CT, 2004.
  • Guest curator, 2003–2004 touring exhibition project Journeys of the Imagination, Exhibits USA, Mid-America Arts Alliance, Kansas MO, 2001–02.
  • Independent curator, Four Artists, The American Education Center, Rego Park NY, 1999.
  • Guest curator, Russia Revisited, The New York Open Center, New York NY, 1997.
  • Independent curator, Healing Watercolors, Rudolf Steiner Foundation, Harlemville NY, 1996.
  • Curator of Exhibitions, The Tabakman Museum, Hudson NY (8 galleries, 9,000 sq. feet). 1995–97.
  • Communications/Research Associate/Curator, international itinerant Paper Architecture exhibition Art Russia, Moscow Association of Junior Architects. City Hall Gallery, Bürgerhaus Gröbenzell, Germany, 1994.
  • Communications/Research Associate/Curator, international itinerant Paper Architecture exhibition New Architecture Concepts from Moscow, Moscow Association of Junior Architects, 1992–93: Green Berlin GmbH, in partnership with UNESCO, European Academy of the Urban Environment, and Senate of Berlin; École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Strasbourg, France.
  • Communications, Concepts of Soviet Architecture 1917–1987, Kunsthalle, West Berlin, Germany. VNIITAG Central Academic Research Institute of Theory of Architecture and City Planning, in partnership with the Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow, and the Janus Foundation, Berlin, 1986-88.

Artwork in Collections (104 in 23 collections)

  • 29 artworks (oils, gouaches, pastels, graphite drawings and drafts, 1975–1989) in Special Collections, International Archive of Women in Architecture, Virginia Tech University Libraries, Blacksburg, VA
  • 6 photographs in the collection of the New York Association for New Americans, New York, NY
  • 24 photo negatives in the collection of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, New York, NY
  • 16 paintings in 5 private art collections in Leonia, NJ; Atlanta, GA, Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia
  • 17 drawings in 12 private art collections in Germany, Russia, and Switzerland
  • 12 drawings and watercolors in 3 municipal and public art collections in Germany and Sweden, including a watercolor in: The Album in Memoriam of Erik Asmussen, crafted volume, EAUE Berlin, 1994; also in the Senate of Berlin Art Collection: “Aerial View: A Monastery” from Grün Berlin GmbH, Paper Architecture exhibition Architecture Concepts from Moscow, 1993; and 10 Portraits, India ink on watercolor paper, in Järna Seminariet First IFMA Symposium Art Exhibit, Sweden, 1992.

SAH Women in Architecture AG Logo Sign Design Artwork, case number 1-9221536801, 9.6.2020.

Publications

Books

  • Sokolina, Anna. Architecture and Anthroposophy. [Arkhitektura i Antroposofiia.] Ed., contributor, transl., photogr. Hardcover M: KMK, 2001 ISBN 5873170746; and 2010 ISBN 5873176604, electronic access M: BDN 2019.
  • Sokolina, Anna P. Milka Bliznakov Scholar Report. “Life to Architecture: Milka Bliznakov Academic Papers and Records of Women in Russian Architecture at the IAWA.” Alternative Spaces, 2019. Library of Congress Copyright Registration No: TXu 2-145-653.
  • Sokolina, Anna. Poems [Stikhi]. Ills by author, photo by A. Gennadiev. New York: Telex, 1998. Library of Congress Cat. No: 99232023.

Chapters and Essays in Edited Volumes

  • Sokolina, Anna. “N. Aleshina,” “G. Balashova,” “M. Bliznakov,” “T. Kovalevskaya,” “I. Shishkina.” 5 essays. In Bloomsbury Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture 1960–2015, eds. Lori A. Brown and Karen Burns. New York and London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming).
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Introduction” and chapter “Breaking the Silence: Women in Russian Architecture.” In Routledge Companion to Women in Architecture. Sokolina, Anna, ed. New York and London: Routledge (forthcoming).
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. “Flights over the Plains of Memory” [Polioty nad dolinami pamiati.] In Andrei Gozak. Krasilova, L.A., ed., 104-107. M: Kuchkovo Pole, 2019.[23].
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. “Women in Architecture: the Time of Global Transitions.” [Zhenshchiny v arkhitekture: vremia global’nykh peremen.] In Sustainable Development of Environments. [Ustoichivoiie razvitiie teritoriy.] Conference Papers, First International Scientific and Practical Conference (Moscow, May 16, 2018). National Research University, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (NRU MGSU), Afonina M.I., ed. Section 3: “Architecture,” 179-181. M: MICI-MGSU, 2018. ISBN 978-5-7264-1868-1.[24].
  • Sokolina, Anna P. "Biology in Architecture: the Goetheanum Case Study." In The Routledge Companion to Biology in Art and Architecture, eds. Charissa Terranova and Meredith Tromble, 52-70. New York and London: Routledge, 2017. 546p.[25][26]
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. "The Goetheanum Culture in Modern Architecture." [Kultura Geteanuma v sovremennoi architecture.] In Science, Education and Experimental Design [Nauka, obrazovaniie i eksperimental'noie proiektirovaniie. Trudy MARKHI], eds. D.O. Shvidkovsky, G.V. Yesaulov, et al., 157-159. Moscow: MARKHI, 2014. 536p.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The Metamorphoses of an Artistic Mind.” [Metamorfozy khudozhestvennogo soznaniia.] In Russian Art Abroad: Second Half of XX–Beginning of XXI Century [Russkoie art-zarubezhye: vtoraia polovina XX–nachalo XXI veka], eds. A. Obukhova and Z. Starodubtseva, 64-67, 344. Moscow: State Centre of Contemporary Art [Gosudarstvenny Tsentr Sovremennogo Iskusstva GCSI], 2010. 359p.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Traditional Identities in East German Architecture 1945–1990.” [Problema otnoshenia k traditsiiam v arkhitekture Vostochnoi Germanii 1945–1990.] In Architecture of the World 2. West-East: Traditions in Architecture. Second International Conference on the History of Architecture [Arkhitektura mira 2. Zapad - Vostok: vzaimodeistvie traditsii v arkhitekture], ed. N.I. Smolina, 148-153. Moscow: Arkhitektura, 1993. 206p.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Papierarchitekten und Geheimarchitektur: Planen und Bauen in der Kriese Russlands.“ [Paper Architects and Secret Architecture: Design and Construction in the Crisis in Russia.] Vortr.3. In Ökologische Zukunftsweisende Siedlungen [New Sustainable Settlements], ein Erfahrungsbericht, compiled by B. Hotze, ed. A. v. Zadow, transl. R. Holmes, 1-4. EAUE Berlin: Vortragsman, 1993. 84p.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Ökologische Belange in der Stadtplanung." [Ecological Aspects of Urban Planning]; “Wie wird sich Moskau entwickeln: Fünf konkurrierende Leitbilder." [Five Models for Architecture and Planning in Moscow.] Vortr.4. In Ökologische Zukunftsweisende Siedlungen [New Sustainable Settlements], ein Erfahrungsbericht, compiled by B. Hotze, ed. by A. v. Zadow, transl. R. Holmes, 5-8. EAUE Berlin: Vortragsman, 1993. 84p.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The New Freedom.” In Jaerna ’92: The Report, eds. Eckardt Falter, Filip Henley, and Marianne Schubert, 124. Basel and Amsterdam: Impressum, 1993.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Historiographic Review. East German Architecture of the 1980s.” [Istoriograficheskii obzor. Arkhitektura Vostochnoi Germanii 1980-kh godov.] In Historiographic Essays on Architecture of the Nineteenth-Twentieth Centuries [Istoriograficheskiie issledovaniia k voprosam arkhitektury XIX-XX vekov], eds. V.L. Khait, et al. Moscow: VNIITAG, 1991.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Prefabricated Traditions: City Planning in East Germany in 1980s.” [Industrial'noie osvoeniie traditsii v arkhitekture gorodov GDR 1980-kh godov.] In Architecture and City Planning [Arkhitektura i gradostroitel’stvo], Series: Industrial Construction 2/3 [Seriya: Industrial'noie domostroeniie], eds. B.M. Merzhanov, I.A. Bondarenko, et al., 1-29. M.: VNIITAG, 1990. ISSN 0868-6599.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The Evolution of the Idea of Dominance: Tall Buildings in Architecture of the GDR.” [Razvitiie idei vysotnykh dominant v arkhitekture GDR.] Co-author: Bruno Flierl. In Contemporary International Architecture: Aesthetic Studies [Sovremennaia zarubezhnaia arkhitektura. Esteticheskiie problemy], eds. by V.L. Khait, et al., 63-74. M.: VNIITAG, 1989. 115р.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “New Trends in Western Architecture.” [Noveishiie techeniia v zapadnoi arkhitekture.] In Zodchestvo 3(22), ed. T.A. Gatova, 254-258. M.: Stroyizdat, 1989. 271p.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Charles Moore: Theory and Practice.” [Charlz Mur – teoretik i praktik.] In Architecture of the West - 4. Modernism and Postmodernism: A Critique of Concepts [Arkhitektura Zapada - 4. Modernism i postmodernism: kritika kontseptsiy], eds. V.L. Khait, A.V. Ryabushin, et al., 134-141. M.: Stroyizdat, 1987. 184p.[27]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Humane Urban Spaces (Case Study: East German Architecture).” [Gumanizatsiia prostranstvennoi sredy (na оpyte arkhitektury GDR).] Co-author: Arkady Medvedev. In Psychological Science and Social Practice. An Academic Anthology [Psikhologicheskaia nauka i sotsialnaia praktika. Nauchny sbormik po resul'tatam konferentsii], 46-48. M.: USSR Academy of Sciences, 1987.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Shaping Architecture: Concepts and Practices of the Western Neoavant-garde in the 70s-80s.” [Problema formoobrazovaniia v kontseptsiiakh i tvorchestve arkhitektorov novogo avangarda 70-80kh godov na Zapade.] In The Insights on Shaping Contemporary Architecture [Voprosy formoobrazovaniia v sovremennoi arkhitekture], eds. V. Dakhno, et al., 87-89. Kiev: KievCNIIEP, 1983.

Articles in Edited Professional Periodicals

  • Sokolina, Anna. “The International Archive of Women in Architecture: Five Facts.” [Archiv zhenshin v arkhitekture: 5 Faktov.] In Architecture of Russia | archi.ru (March 8, 2017).[28]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Milka Bliznakov, 1927–2010.” Slavic Review. Interdisciplinary Quarterly of Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies 70, no.2 (2011): 498-499.[29]
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. “In Memoriam: Professor Emerita Milka Bliznakov." [Pamiati professora arkhitektury Milki Bliznakovoi.] Arkhitekturny Vestnik AV [Architectural Courier, Moscow] 119, no.2 (2011): 42.
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. "International Archive of Women in Architecture.” [Mezhdunarodny Arkhiv Zhenshchin Arkhitektorov.] Arkhitekturny Vestnik AV [Architectural Courier] 119, no.2 (2011): 42.
  • “Anna Sokolina on the RUSSIA! Panels at the Guggenheim.” ARTMargins, Articles, December (2005).[30]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Eye on Malevich: An Epoch Revisited.” ARTMargins, Articles, April (2004).[31]
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Database of Russian Art 1860-1940." ARTMargins, Articles, December (2003).[32]
  • Sokolina, Anna. "“East of Art: Transformations in Eastern Europe." ARTMargins, Articles (Published 11 June 2003).[33]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “International Archive of Women in Architecture.” [Vnimaniie! Mezhdunarodny Arkhiv Zhenshchin Arkhitektorov.] Arkhitekturny Vestnik AV [Architectural Courier] 3/72 (2003): 7.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Architecture and the State: Moscow Urban Concepts after Socialism.” The Anthropology of East Europe Review: Central Europe, Eastern Europe and Eurasia (AEER). Special Issue: New Directions in Post Socialist Studies. 20/2 (2002): 91-101.[34]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “In Opposition to the State: the Soviet Neoavant-Garde and East German Aestheticism in the 1980s.” ARTMargins (Published 21 May 2002).[35]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Alternative Identities: Conceptual Transformations in Soviet and Post-soviet Architecture.” ARTMargins, Articles (Published 01 May 2001).[36]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Publication in Russia of Architecture and Anthroposophy.” IFMA Newsletter. Mensch und Architektur 10 (1998): 6.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Was ich nicht bauen kann, male ich. Architekturgalerien in Manhattan." [I Draw the Unbuilt. Architecture Galleries in Manhattan.] Der Architekt 6 (1996, Bonn): 348.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Ökologische Architekturkonzepte aus Russland." [An Ecological Approach to Architecture in Russia.] Der Architekt Vol. A 12230 E, 2 (1994, Bonn): 102-106.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Moskau nach dem Umbruch." [Moscow after the Upheaval.] Der Architekt Vol. A 12230 E, 2 (1994, Bonn): 84-89.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Juerg Spörri, Architect: Defining the Preference." IFMA Newsletter Mensch und Architektur 10/11, July (1994): 2-3.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Wohnen in Moskau.” [Living in Moscow.] Der Architekt Vol. A 12230 E, 2 (1994, Bonn): 82-83.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Öko-konzeptionen in Russischer Architektur." [Eco-philosophy in Russian Architecture.] Kommune Forum für Politik, Ökonomie, Kultur [Commune. Forum for Politics, Economy, Culture] 1 (1994, Frankfurt/Main): 54-58.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Russland nach dem Umbruch. Wohnungssituation, Wohnungsrecht und Wohnungsbau." [Russia after the Upheaval: Residential Construction, Law, and Market.] Kommune. Forum für Politik, Ökonomie, Kultur [Commune. Forum for Politics, Economy, Culture] 10 (1993, Frankfurt/Main): 52-55.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Moskau’s Architekten Vereinigen Sich." [Moscow’s Architects Unite.] Ambiente 9 (1993, Munich): 14-15.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Von Papierarchitektur zur Joint Venture.” [From Paper Architecture to Joint Venture.] Bauwelt 48, December 28 (1992, Berlin): 2733-2741.
  • Sokolina, Anna.“Die Lange Kriese der Russishen Architektur.” [The Long Crisis in Russian Architecture.] Kommune Forum für Politik, Ökonomie, Kultur [Commune. Forum for Politics, Economy, and Culture] 10 (1992, Frankfurt/Main): 73-75.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Russia: The New Freedom." IFMA Newsletter. Mensch und Architektur 4, November (1992): 5.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Ralf Niebergall." Architecture and Construction in Russia [Arkhitektura i Stroitel’stvo Rossii] 11 (1990, Moscow): 14-17.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The Ground Floor of a City.” [Pervy etazh goroda.] Architecture and Construction in Russia [Arkhitektura i stroitel'stvo Rossii] 7 (1990, Moscow): 30-32.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Residential Construction in East Germany: the Experiments of the 1980s.” [Zhilish'noie stroitel'stvo v GDR: eksperimenty 80-kh.] Architecture and Construction in Russia [Arkhitektura i stroitel'stvo Rossii] 5 (1989, Moscow): 26-29.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Hermann Henselmann.” Architecture of the USSR [Arkhitektura SSSR] 1 (1987, Moscow): 110-113.
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Realism is a Credo." [Realism - eto pozitsiia.] Architecture [Arkhitektura] 1 (1987, Moscow): 7.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The Ironies of Charles Moore.” [Ironii Charlza Mura.] Architecture [Arkhitektura] 14 (1983, Moscow): 7.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “In Pursuit of Origins.” [V poiskakh opory.] Architecture [Arkhitektura] 21 (1982, Moscow): 7.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Metaphors by Arata Isozaki.” [Metafory Arata Isozaki.] Architecture [Arkhitektura] 17 (1981, Moscow): 7.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Základní rysy postmodernismu.” [Basic Oppositions of Postmodernism.] Výstavba a Architektura 8 (1980, Prague, Czech Republic): 12.
  • Guz, Anna. “Antitheses of the New Avant-garde.” [Antitezy Novogo Avangarda.] Architecture [Arkhitektura] 23 (1980): 7.

Essays in General Media (selected)

  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. “Guz Petr Evseyevich: The Page of a Hero.” [Guz Piotr Yevseievich: Stranitsa Geroia]. The Immortal Region: an official memorial site of the International WWII Chronicles www.moypolk.ru [Bessmertny Polk] (published February 23, 2019).[37]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Henry Khudiakov: a Poet and an Artist.” [Genrikh Khudiakov: poet i khudozhnik.] Novoye Russkoye Slovo [New Russian Word] 10/03 (2003, New York, NY), 26.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The Tabakman Museum.” [Muzei Tabakmana.] New-Yorkskiie Sezony [New York Seasons] 3/2 (1997, New York, NY), 46.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “First Private Museum of Contemporary Russian Art in New York.” Novoye Russkoye Slovo [New Russian Word] 30523 (1997, New York, NY): 20.
  • “Russian Art Museum Sets Shows.” Register Star 5 (1997, Hudson, NY), 4.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Architecture and Anthroposophy.” Slovo–Word 21 (1997, New York), 139-143.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Paper Architecture.” [Bumazhnaia arkhitektura.] Novoye Russkoye Slovo 30115 (1996, New York, NY), 21.

PhD Dissertation Thesis and M.Arch. Diploma Thesis

  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. "Interpreting Traditions in Architecture: East Germany 1945-90.” [Osvoienie traditsiy v arkhitekture GDR.] PhD Dissertation Thesis. Moscow: VNIITAG, 1991. УДК 72.036(100) 18.00.01–Theory and history of architecture, restoration of architecture landmarks. State Architecture and City Planning Committee, VNIITAG All-Union Academic Research Institute of Theory of Architecture and City Planning. In 2 volumes, 226p. 25 analytical presentation panels, 40cm x 60cm ea. Original thesis copy, and original presentation boards accessioned in IAWA, Special Collections, Virginia Tech University Libraries, Blacksburg, VA.
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. "Interpreting Traditions in Architecture: East Germany 1945–90.” [Osvoeniye traditsiy v arkhitekture GDR.] Authoreferat (Published outline of Dissertation Thesis). Moscow: VNIITAG, 1991. 24 p. Original copy accessioned in IAWA, Special Collections, Virginia Tech University Libraries, Blacksburg, VA.
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. “Socio-philosophical Insight on Western Architecture of the 1960s-70s (A Critical Outline)." [Sotsial’no-filosofskiie problemy v arkhitekture zapada 60-70kh godov (Opyt kriticheskogo analiza).] Referat (Academic paper, a required part of the PhD program). Moscow: MARKHI, Department of Philosophy and Social Sciences, 1981. 34р.
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. “New Avant-garde in Western Architecture of the 1970s (Critical Analysis of the Theory and Practice of Postmodernism)." [Neoavangard v arkhitekture zapada 70kh godov (kritichesky analiz teorii i praktiki postmodernizma).] Grad. thesis, M.: Moscow Institute of Architecture MARHI, 1980. 128p. 12 presentation boards 1m x 1m ea. Original thesis copy accessioned in IAWA, Special Collections, Virginia Tech University Libraries, Blacksburg, VA.
  • Sokolina, Anna Petrovna. “Tall Buildings as a Showcase: Designing Moscow's Identity.” [Vysotnye zdaniia kak tema obraznykh poiskov v arkhitekture Moskvy.] Grad. Pre-Diploma Thesis [Preddiplomnaia rabota] in Theory and History of Architecture. MARHI, Department of Soviet and Contemporary International Architecture. Academic adviser Prof. A.V. Ryabushin. Manuscript 25p and 2 analytical presentation boards 1m x 1m. M.: Moscow Institute of Architecture, 1979. Manusc. in the departmental archive, presentation boards available in IAWA, Special Collections, Virginia Tech University Libraries, Blacksburg, VA.

Published Abstracts (selected)

  • Sokolina, Anna P. “Expanding the Archive: Caryatids of Russian Architecture.” International Archive of Women in Architecture IAWA Symposium “Expanding the ‘Archive’. Latent Connections: Evidence and Speculation.” Blacksburg, VA, March 20-22, 2019, School of Architecture + Design, Virginia Tech, 10, 23-24.[38]
  • Sokolina, Anna P. “Unbuilt: Paper Architecture and the Russian Utopia.” Paper abstr. 50 ASEEES Annual Convention “Performance,” Panel: Cultures of Soviet Dissent, Boston, MA, Dec.6-9, 2018.[39]
  • Sokolina, Anna P. "Life to Architecture: Uncovering Women’s Narratives." Session précis, co-chair with Paola Zellner, Virginia Tech, SAH Saint Paul 71st Annual International Conference April 18–22, 2018, Conference Program, SAH 2018, 16, 76. Also in: Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 71st Annual International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians. St. Paul MN Apr 18–22, 2018, PS05,.20-24.[40]
  • Sokolina, Anna P. “The Secret Star of the Outer Space Program: Galina Balashova, First Architect of Spaceship Interiors.” In 2018 IAWA Symposium. Women Inventors in Architecture 1700–2000. Blacksburg, VA, March 28–30, 2018 (29), 22-23. International Archive of Women in Architecture, School of Architecture + Design: Virginia Tech, 2018.
  • Sokolina, Anna P. “Art and Architecture: Made by Women.” Panel summary. Chair, 49th ASEEES Annual Convention “Transgressions.” Chicago IL, Nov.9–12 (12), 2017.[41][42]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Architecture behind the Iron Curtain: Construction of a Shared Identity.” In Abstracts 2017 online. College Art Association 105th Annual Conference. Session “Entangled Modernisms: Architecture and Ideology.” New York NY, Feb.15–18 (17), 2017.[43]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “City by a Woman: Architect Alexandra Pavlova.” In UIFA 2015. 18th Congress of the International Union of Women Architects. The Woman Architect and Her Field of Influence. Abstracts and Papers, 15. Washington DC & Virginia Tech, Blacksburg VA, 2015.
  • “Anna Sokolina Recognized for Her Architectural History Work.” In Art Section Newsletter, ed. David Adams, 46 (2016), 25. Penn Valley CA: Art Section in North America, 2016.[44]
  • Sokolina, Anna. "Architecture behind the Iron Curtain: the USSR-GDR Showcase." Abstract of paper presented at 46th Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies ASEEES, Panel: “Reconsidering the Legacy of German-Soviet Cultural Relations.” San Antonio TX, Nov. 20-23, 2014.[45][46]
  • Sokolina, Anna. "The Goetheanum Culture in Modern Architecture" [Kul'tura Geteanuma v sovremennoi architecture.] In Science, Education and Experimental Design [Nauka, obrazovaniie i eksperimental'noie proiektirovaniie.] Theses of papers presented at the Annual Academic Conference at the Moscow Institute of Architecture, The State Academy, 605-606. Moscow: MARKHI, 2014.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Environment as Sociopolitical Spectacle: New Utopia Bubble for Reuse of Abandoned Diamond Mines.” In Critical Studies in Expressive Culture. Radical Aesthetics and Politics Conference Abstracts, Hunter College CUNY, New York, NY, December 9, 2011.[47]
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The Russian State Library: Turning Points, Capital Identities and Political Spectacle.” In Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Providence, RI, 2004, 91. Chicago: SAH, 2004.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Paper Architecture and the Russian Utopia.” In Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, Richmond VA, 2002, 109. Chicago: SAH, 2002.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Russian Neoavant-Garde 1980s-1990s: Yuri Avvakumov and the New Utopia.” In Abstracts 2001. Record for the Sessions of the 89th Annual Conference of the College Art Association, Chicago, IL, 180. New York: CAA, 2001.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “Toward the Architecture of the Goetheanum.” [K arkhitekture Geteanuma.] Abstract of presented paper in conference records, Artistic Traditions in Eastern Europe 1920s–1930s. [Traditsii khudozhestvennogo tvorchestva v ctranakh Vostochnoi Evropy 1920-1930kh godov.] Moscow: VNIIIsk (Russian Academic Research Institute for Art History), 1993.
  • Sokolina, Anna. “The Evolution of Public Spaces in Ancient Towns.” [Evolutsiia obshestvennykh tsentrov anticnykh gorodov.] In West-East: Tradition of Antiquity in Architecture. Third International Conference. [Tretia mezhdunarodnaia konferentsiia Zapad-Vostok: antichnaia traditsiia v arkhitekture.] NIITAG Conference Theses, ed. N.I. Smolina. Moscow: Arkhitektura, 1994. 211p. Also: "The Evolution of Public Centers in Towns of Antiquity." In West-East: Antique Tradition in Architecture. III International Conference of the World History of Architecture. Abstracts of Papers, February 10-12, 1993, edited by N.I. Smolina, 19. Moscow: VNIITAG–MARKHI, 1993.
  • Guz, Anna. “Challenging Traditional Identities: East German Architecture 1945–1990.” [Problema otnosheniia k traditsii v arkhitekture Vostochnoi Germanii 1945–1990 godov.] In Insights on the History of Architecture. [Problemy istorii arkhitektury.] Part 2: Architecture in the Context of the History of Culture. Chapter IV: Traditions and Cross-Influences. Conference Theses, 180-183, 227. Moscow: VNIITAG, 1990.
  • Guz, Anna. “Tall Buildings as a Showcase: Designing Moscow's Identity.” [Vysotnye zdaniia kak tema obraznykh poiskov v arkhitekture Moskvy.] In Insights on Theory and Practice of Architecture and City Planning. [Voprosy Teorii i Praktiki Arkhitektury i Gradostroitel’stva.] Records of the XXXV academic conference at the Moscow Institute of Architecture. Session V: Theory and History of Architecture and Art, 162-163. Moscow: MARKHI, 1980. 208p.
  • Guz, Anna. “Insights on Design-Build Practices in Central Asia (the City of Tashkent Case Study).” [Nekotorye osobennosti proektirovaniia i stroitel'stva v usloviiakh Srednei Azii (na primere g. Tashkent.] In Insights on Theory and Practice of Architecture and City Planning. [Voprosy Teorii i Praktiki Arkhitektury i Gradostroitel’stva.] Conf. Theses. XXXV acad. conference at the Moscow Institute of Architecture. Session VI: Design and Construction Methods [Arkhitekturno-konstruktivnye resheniia.], 187. Moscow: MARKHI, 1980. 208p.
  • Guz, Anna. “The Aesthetic Philosophy of the Artistic Concept of Surrealism.” [Filosofsko-esteticheskaia kontseptsiia khudozhestvennogo tvorchestva surrealistov.] In Insights on Theory and Practice of Architecture and City Planning. [Voprosy Teorii i Praktiki Arkhitektury i Gradostroitel’stva.] Conference Theses. XXXV academic conference at the Moscow Institute of Architecture. Session V: Theory and History of Architecture and Art, 162. Moscow: MARKHI, 1980. 208p.
  • Guz, Anna. “On the Aesthetic Perception of Color.” [Nekotorye problemy esteticheskogo vospriatiia tsveta.] In Insights on Theory and Practice of Architecture and City Planning. [Voprosy Teorii i Praktiki Arkhitektury i Gradostroitel’stva.] Records of the XXXV academic conference at the Moscow Institute of Architecture. Session VI: Design and Construction Methods [Arkhitekturno-konstruktivnye resheniia], 191. Moscow: MARKHI, 1980. 208p.
  • Guz, Anna. "Architecture and Design: Intertwined." [Vzaimodeistviie arkhitektury i dizaina.] In Insights on Theory and Practice of Architecture and City Planning. [Voprosy Teorii i Praktiki Arkhitektury i Gradostroitel’stva.] Program of the ХХХIII academic conference Feb.23–Mar.4, 1977. [Programma raboty ХХХIII nauchnoi konferentsii 23 fevralia–4 маrta 1977g.] Moscow Institute of Architecture. Session V: Theory and History of Architecture and Art, 48. М.: МARKHI, 1977. 62p.

Research & Construction Journals, Dossiers, Course Documentation, Academic / Curatorial Projects

  • 2002–Present, “Collecting Records of Women in Russian Architecture for the IAWA” project. Research, communications soliciting collections for the IAWA, presentations and publications in international periodicals, submission of Annual Reports to IAWA Board, over 25 collections submitted to the archive.
  • June-August 2020, Bylaws of SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group.
  • June-July 2020, Grassroots movement documentation on "3-year Moratorium to Protect the Environment, Ecology, and Regional School Children’s Wellbeing." Response to Woodbridge Town Plan and Zoning Commission: The Amity High School District #5 Application for a permit to install the Artificial Turf Field
  • 2019–20, “SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group” Founding Initiative. Research, mission, guidelines documentation, Bylaws drafts, correspondence re: establishing a network, forming leadership and lead support groups, communications with SAH Board.
  • 2017–18, “Women in Architecture” publication project. Research materials and documentation, correspondence and submissions to publisher, application, contract, other records.
  • 2016–18, IAWA “Milka Bliznakov Scholar Project.” Research reports and materials, correspondence and documents, photo records, sketches, publications and support materials.
  • 2016, Front of the House Reconstruction Project, private property, Greater New Haven, CT. Construction journal.
  • 2012–13, Home Improvement Project, private property, Greater New Haven, CT. 20 files, Construction journal, Remodel journal, renderings, drawings, documentation.
  • 2008, Survey course “Russian Art and Architecture from 1860 to the Present” HSAR S123 01 (30040), RUSS S123 01 (30041) YSS B. Yale Summer School. Syllabus, documentation, posters.
  • 2008, Survey course “Russian Art and Architecture from Byzantine Period to 1860” HSAR S122, YSS A. Yale Summer School. Syllabus, documentation.
  • 2007–08, SFA MU OH Scholarship and Teaching Grant: Research Reports.
  • 2007–08, Annual Dossier, A.P. Sokolina, DAID MU OH.
  • 2007–08, New course developed: “Havighurst Colloquium. Art and Architecture behind the Iron Curtain” HST432, POL440: Syllabus, reading list, list of guest lecturers, course assignments, mini cases, documentation.
  • 2007–08, Independent study course “Alternative Architecture” ARC477B, ARC477L, DAID MU OH. Syllabus, reading list, course assignments, documentation.
  • 2007, 2008, Survey course “Russian art and architecture 2: 1860 to Present” ARC4053A, ARC5053A, RUS4053, MU OH. Syllabus, reading lists, outline, 15 PowerPoint lectures, 15 weekly Highlights for Course Pack, lists of weekly: web links, icebreakers, course assignments, and presentations, collection of weekly DVDs and audio fragments, documentation, posters.
  • 2007, 2008, Studio course “Architecture Design Studio” ARC102, DAID MU. Syllabus, course documentation.
  • 2006–07, Annual Dossier, A.P. Sokolina, DAID MU OH.
  • 2006, 2007, Survey course “Russian art and architecture 1: from Byzantine period to 1860” ARC4052A, ARC5052A DAID MU OH. Syllabus, reading lists, Outline, 16 PowerPoint lectures, 16 weekly Highlights for Course Pack, lists of weekly: web links, documentation, course assignments, and presentations, collection of weekly DVDs and audio fragments, posters.
  • 2006, 2007, Studio course “Introduction to Design” ARC101 DAID MU. Syllabus, course documentation.
  • 2005–06, New courses proposals: Architecture as Art; Architecture, Society, and Nature; Ten Centuries of Russian Aart and Architecture; Art and Ppolitics in Contemporary Russia; Composition, Harmony, and Structural Rules in Painting and Drawing; Introduction to Painting; Energy in Painting (Advanced Painting). Outlines, select syllabi and bibliography.
  • 2002–03, “Russian Art 1860–1940 in Western Collections. Information Database on the Internet.” Reports, lists of collections and museums, checklists, bibliographies, bios, documentation and correspondence with venues.
  • 2001–03, “Journeys of Imagination” exhibition project in collaboration with Dr. Jennifer Cahn, Curator, ExhibitsUSA Mid-America Arts Alliance. Research, communications, moderation of potential artwork.
  • 1991–2001, Research project “Architecture and Anthroposophy” in collaboration with over 60 architects, authorities, archivists, other professionals and contributors to anthology. Original documentation and records preserved.
  • 1996–98, “Healing Watercolors” research, exhibition, and publication project in collaboration with artist Prof. Igor Manukhov, MARHI Fine Art Department, and collectors and venues in the state of New York.
  • 1992–94, “Itinerant Paper Architecture Exhibitions” project–first independent woman curator of Paper Architecture exhibitions from postcommunist Moscow to Western Europe. Records of research, communications, facilitation of exhibitors and interested venues, invitations for temporary international exhibits (40–100 artworks), PR, academic network, soliciting public funding and promotional media, press kits, travel/lodging/transportation, research/arrangements, moderation of schedule (3 exhibitions, 1–2 weeks each), display design/installation, interviews, discussions with peers in France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, lectures and publications–14 in professional media and multiple in general media, guiding exhibition tours, openings and events. Collaboration with the European Academy of the Urban Environment EA.UE/UNESCO, Gruen Berlin GMBh, Berlin Senate, city authorities Prenzlauer Berg, Bauwelt Berlin, Der Architect Bonn, Kommune Forum for Politics, Economy, Culture Frankfurt/Main, Ambiente Munich, Ecole d’Architecture de Strasbourg France, City Hall Gallery of Groebenzell municipality, other, according to contracts. Original documentation preserved.

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