Maximov Evgeny Nikolaevich. "Heritage" Automatic translate
с 13 Ноября
по 13 Декабря
Вознесенский переулок, д. 9, корп. 2
The main monumental artist of modern Russia, who brought up more than one generation. A world-class personality in the field of monumental church art. The author, whose opinion is considered by the largest experts in the world. The master who created the look of the modern Russian temple.
Signed works of Evgeny Nikolaevich - murals of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the Church of St. George (Nicosia, Cyprus), the complex of churches of the Holy Vvedensky Optina Desert - Kazan Cathedral and Vladimir Church, the Church of St. Modest of Jerusalem (St. Athos, Greece), the Cathedral of Christ the Savior (Kaliningrad), mosaics of the Church of St. Sava in Belgrade.
For his many years of activity, Evgeni Maksimov was awarded numerous titles: Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, member of the Presidium; Academician-Secretary of the Department of Painting of the Russian Academy of Arts, head of the creative workshop of monumental painting of the Russian Academy of Arts, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts; People’s Artist of the Russian Federation; Honored Artist of the Russian Federation; Professor, Vice-Rector of Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I. Surikova on creative and exhibition work.
The exhibition presents works of fresco art created using the old authentic technique of mural painting in compliance with the Christian canon: images of St. Nicholas, St. Catherine and Our Lady of Hodegetria. A vast part of the exposition is devoted to sketches for large monumental objects, such as the Resurrection New Jerusalem Monastery, the Moscow Diocesan House, the Church of the Intercession of the Virgin Pokrovsky Khotkov Monastery, Greek temples and monasteries. The works cover the period from the 1990s to the present.
Such an exhibition is very rare, because it is often difficult for a monumental artist to show works from different parts of the world in one space. Interesting viewers will enjoy a fascinating immersion in the “working kitchen” of the great master, in the process of searching for artistic solutions.
The exhibition is open Monday to Friday from 11:00 - 19:00
Address: Moscow, Voznesensky Lane, 9, building 2