"Flowers and birds on the background of the carpet" 27/11/2018 automatic translate
с 3 по 10 Декабря
Выставочный зал Московского союза художников
ул. Кузнецкий мост, 20
Exhibition of works by Olga Rudakova (1951-2017) and Valery Sakhatov.
With the support of the Mardzhani Foundation and the EXPO-88 Gallery.
The title of the exhibition determines the nature of the dominant genres selected for the exhibition.
In Olga Rudakova’s canvases, complex color and spatial relationships coexist with her favorite “heroes”: birds and flowers.
“The language and style of her still lifes is based on a finely developed plastic base, on a roll call and the intersection of pictorial symbols and universal meanings.... Still life for her is a comprehensive genre.... to include both elements of a landscape, and hints on a self-portrait (with features of inner specificity), and allegorical collisions of life-being, and veiled meanings of a philosophical parable. »Nikita Ivanov
The development of painting by Valery Sakhatov followed the path of an ever greater rejection of objectivity.. He creates in his works an environment consisting of the interpenetration of light and color. “It was necessary to hear more than once about the magical similarity of the portrait images of Sakhatov to the image of flowers, about the origin of a human face from the pictorial elements of floral still life. And this is understandable for at least one reason: color and flowers are words with one root. Both portrait images, flower compositions, carpets, and “palettes” are recreated by the artist exclusively with the help of color, its various combinations and variations, surprisingly precise formulas and correctly arranged signs. This is a pledge of the movement and development of Valery Sakhatov’s pictorial method... ”Nikita Ivanov
The exhibition will include “still lifes” by Olga Rudakova, “carpet series” and “portraits without similarity” by Valery Sakhatov.
The exhibition hall is open from 12 to 19 hours
The day off is Monday.
Directions to the metro stations Kuznetsky Most, Lubyanka