"Petrel". Rashid Abdulmyanov Automatic translate
с 10 по 21 Июля
Zen is a state of contemplation.
Going nowhere and existing outside of time, the artist comprehends the dazzling glimpses of the universe, which illuminate in memory randomly turned up images, whether it is the dawn of a cool autumn morning, or the flight of a bird in the ray of sunshine before a thunderstorm. Each embodied image is an echo of such moments.
The name of the exhibition “Petrel” symbolizes a vivid emotional experience, a storm of emotions, impressions, feelings that expand consciousness and become the potential of the soul. An artist, having experienced such moments, transfers them to the canvases, showing his view of things or events. He does not impose or affirm, but only offers to look at these things or events with a different look and, having looked inside himself, to feel an echo or response outside.
Rashid Abdulmyanov was born on October 1, 1968 in the village of Nagaevo, Karsunsky District, Ulyanovsk Region. In 1989 he graduated from the Ulyanovsk Military School of Communications, served in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. In 1993 he entered the Military Academy of Communications in St. Petersburg. He was interested in psychology and history. In 1995, unexpectedly for all, he left the service and went to Central Asia in search of Ancient Knowledge. He worked as an inspector of the reserve, a researcher at the museum, deciphered ancient rock paintings and ideograms. He was engaged in the search for Ancient Shambhala in the Interfluve of the Syr Darya and Amu Darya, in parallel he was engaged in the book business. In 2007, he returned to Russia with his wife. Until 2013, he lived in Altai. Currently lives and works in St. Petersburg.
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