"To remember ..." Automatic translate
с 9 Июня
по 23 Июля
Отдел Сибирского искусства Иркутского областного художественного музея
ул. Карла Маркса, 23
June 9 at 16.00 in the Gallery of Siberian Art of the Irkutsk Regional Art Museum. V.P. Sukachev in the framework of the project "To Remember…" opens an exhibition of 10 Irkutsk artists. Each of them has an anniversary date this year. Someone, like Stepan Razvozzhaev, turns 100 years old, and someone like Sergey Osintsev, is only 50, but all the authors represented have already passed away, leaving a bright mark in the history of the art of the Angara region.
The Irkutsk Art Museum honors the memory of its talented fellow countrymen, and every year shows their work from its funds. Every summer, Irkutsk residents and city guests have the opportunity to see the best works of outstanding masters who worked in the Angara region at different times.
In 2017, ten Irkutsk artists - representatives of the original Irkutsk school of painting, graphics and DPI, celebrate their anniversary dates. Many Irkutsk viewers have recollections of the talented works of Stepan Razvozzhaev, Vladimir Tetenkin, Yevtey Simonov, Valery Zverev, Vitaliy Smagin, Artem Medvedev, Lyubov Imshenetskaya, Vladimir Khomunenko, Nikolai Vershinin and Sergey Osintsev, and for the new generation of the city, these visitors and visitors wonderful authors will be a real discovery.
“The canvases of the opening exhibition, marked by the depth of lyrical experience, sensitivity to the spiritual state of a person and the coloristic richness of Siberian nature, are a vivid fragment of the“ Siberian style ”in Russian art of the 20th century,” says project curator, art critic Tamara Dranitsa. “The works reflect, in their own way, the creative biographies of the authors, developed over time, their ideas about the world, nature, man and the tasks of art.”
The exposition will be located on two floors of the Siberian Art Gallery at the address: st. Karl Marx, 23 and will include more than 70 works. Opening of the exhibition - June 9 at 16.00. Entrance to the opening is free. The exposition will run until July 23. Inquiries by phone : 33-41-12, 33-43-89.