Decorative art of the TSHR. Ceramics, enamel automatic translate
The next art project «Decorative Arts of the TKHR» is dedicated to the unique possibilities of artistic materials and technologies that inspire professionals and amaze the sophisticated Moscow audience. Bright artistic images, created by plastic and color means of ceramics and enamels, are expressed by the talent of artists who subjected high art to the elements of fire and earth. A distinctive feature of this exhibition is the participation of ten different authors, which are united by the «Decorative Arts» section of the TSHR and devotion to the beloved cause.
Video report from the opening:
At the exposition in the exhibition hall of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia the unique author’s works of the People’s Artist of the Russian Federation V. Maloletkov (ceramics), the People’s Artist of the Russian Federation N.Vdovkin, the Chairperson of the section of the DI Tshir and the author of the project E.Matko, the Honored Artists of the Russian Federation O. Pobedova and N. Chibisov, F. and O. Kuznetsov, E. Vdovkina, A. Agafonova, I. Bondarenko.
The project will acquaint the viewer with the work of famous Russian artists occupying their own niche in Russian art of the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries. and in many respects determine the main ways of its development. The works created by them reflect the latest trends, stylistic searches and experiments of the authors in the field of contemporary decorative art in Russia. The presented works are distinguished by a wide artistic range, a variety of individual handwritings, originality of creative thinking and high professional skills. Showed in the exhibition hall of the Creative Union of Russian Artists, the collection is distinguished by a rare combination of the depth of the creative design, the understanding of the decorative qualities of various art materials, the high artistic taste and elegance of the exposition.
The exhibition opens on March 12 at 6 pm. The exhibition is open from 10 to 19 March 2015.
Address: Moscow, Lavrushinsky lane, 15. Exhibition Hall of the Volga branch of the Russian Academy of Arts (entrance from the yard). Directions: Tretyakovskaya metro station.