Volume 3

Intaglio Volume 3, 2021 PDF Contents: This Glass Thing:Empty, full, solid, liquid; an exercise in paradoxical thing(k)ingRhiannon Vogl 1 Architecture Case Studies:Beloved Mosque: The Wazir Khan Masjid of Lahore Sanniah Jabeen   23 Conversations with Caravaggio: Temporal disruption and the transformative role of the spectator in Caravaggio’s works.Grace Guest 33 Interiors that Conform to Our […]

TWA Hotel: Back to the Future

Andrew Yin At New York City’s JFK Airport stands a building with large glass panels below a white concrete wing-shaped roof, giving it a bird-like appearance. Originally named the TWA Flight Center, this building was designed by Eero Saarinen and opened in 1962 as the terminal of the now-defunct Trans World Airlines (TWA). Although the […]

Beloved Mosque: The Wazir Khan Masjid of Lahore

Sanniah Jabeen The Wazir Khan mosque is located in the Walled City of Lahore, along the southern side of Lahore’s Shahi Guzargah, or “Royal Road.” This was the traditional route traversed by Mughal nobles and their guests on their way to royal residences at the Lahore Fort. The mosque is situated approximately 260 meters west […]

Intaglio, Volume 2, 2020

Contents: The Market Paintings of Pieter Aertsen and Joachim Beuckelaer: Reflexy-Const, Recognition and the Pursuit of the “Real” Julia Trojanowski Elevating Architecture: Examining the Impact of Flying Buttresses and Other Innovative Strategies in High Gothic Cathedral Design Austin Dwight Ruddle The Innovative Downtrodden: The Importance of Primitivism in Ukrainian Modernist Art Katrin Zavgorodny

The Innovative Downtrodden: The Importance of Primitivism in Ukrainian Modernist Art

Katrin Zavgorodny-Freedman Ukrainian modernist painting often gets lumped in with the larger Russian modernist and avant-garde painting of the time. While being acknowledged as unique to the Western modernists, the Eastern European modernist and avant-garde narrative requires more nuance to better appreciate the innovations of nations within the larger category. The unique characteristic of inwardly-focused […]

Examining the Impact of Flying Buttresses and Other Innovative Strategies in High Gothic Cathedral Design

Austin Ruddle The integration and evolution of the flying buttress into the architecture of high gothic cathedrals was the defining paradigmatic entity that shaped structural organization, and lead to the establishment of the period’s aesthetic typological identity. Innovative architectural elements such as these allowed the iconic structures of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries to soar […]