"Plane. Space. Geometry" automatic translate
с 7 Марта
по 7 Апреля
Всероссийский музей декоративно-прикладного и народного искусства
ул. Делегатская, 3
On March 7, 2019, on the eve of the International Women’s Day in the All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, a new exhibition project by curator Tatyana Paleeva “The Plane. Space. Geometry".
The project participants were Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor MGHPA them. SG Stroganova Fedor Lvovsky, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts Natalya Muradova and laureate of several International Ceramic Biennale in Seoul (Korea), awards of the Design Union “For High Design” Viktor Reshetnikov.
F. Lvovsky is a recognized master of classical wall tapestries, textile panels and curtains, which are located in the meeting rooms of the Government House of the Russian Federation, in the Moscow City Hall, in the Polytechnic Museum and other places. N. Muradova is engaged in textiles all her life. Her highly artistic works adorn the residence of the President of the Russian Federation in the Kremlin, the State Tretyakov Gallery, the spaces of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation in Moscow, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Victor Reshetnikov works in ceramics, creating modular structures and volume-spatial compositions from individual simple geometric forms.
All authors more than once were participants in both personal and group exhibitions of monumental-decorative art in the museum of DPI.
Giving each author his own individual space, the curator invites us to first get acquainted with the ideas, artistic principles and techniques of each of them, and then brings them together in a common room. Thus, not only is the wealth and variety of possibilities of working with different materials demonstrated with the authors’ innovative and authorial approach, but their similarities and differences in terms of spatial and architectural features of the interior are shown.
The exhibition presents different types of textile works by Fyodor Lvovsky from monumental classical tapestry, wall panels to three-dimensional compositions. In recent years, his main interests include two themes: avant-garde compositions, based on the traditions of Russian avant-garde art, and the harmonization of the relationship between man and nature, and more generally, man and space. His “... monumental images are associative and similar to the movement of natural, cosmic forces” (NP Beschastnov). They not only serve the tasks of the rhythmic, decorative and volumetric plasticity of the interior, but are also full-fledged imaginative works of art that are filled with the sound of color and light and are addressed to what is called "world harmony."
Natalya Muradova went quite far away from the traditional tapestry, while retaining in many works the plane character of the author’s works, which are not always legitimately called textile.
Her work uses a wide variety of purely textile techniques, such as classic weaving, embroidery, sewing, printing on fabric, painting on fabric and others. She is fluent in the techniques of assemblage, patchwork and those that are commonly used in the creation of a national costume: embroidery, glass beads, applique, the inclusion of materials of different textures, etc.
Many works, for example, printing on canvas, watercolor on paper, being formally not textile works, “imitate” tapestries and are perceived by the viewer as such. At the same time, complex works combining classical textile techniques with technological techniques of photography, pictorial and graphic parts, as well as elements of jewelry, are unique author’s pictorial textile fabrics, creating a unique and original style of Natalia Muradova.
Separately, it is necessary to say about the complex philosophical and poetic component of her works. In some of them, the text is included in the fabric of the work and becomes an equal part of it on a par with textile, painting, photo and graphic parts.
Viktor Reshetnikov continues in his work the traditions of the avant-garde, especially Kazimir Malevich and Vasily Kandinsky. Combining these traditions with the ideas of constructivism, he builds multidimensional structures from ceramic objects, combining similar forms in a given rhythm. Sometimes these are plastic forms, similar to complex natural formations that are associated with biological forms. “I have a non-visual ceramics, without a plot, shape, texture, size, color - my song, that’s what I’m wondering... Today, porcelain, red clay makes completely unexpected forms, taking into account the discoveries of bionics, the use of a microscope. The ability to see at the cellular level creates a new form. New objects are not created by the plot, but by the natural perfect shaping, which crystallized over thousands of years ”(V. Reshetnikov).
The author himself believes that the formation of his style was influenced by the Japanese and European architectural traditions, as well as landscapes and traditions of his native Ossetia.
He himself defines his style as a new minimalism and constructivism. The author considers especially valuable the experimentation with various materials and forms.
“Exhibition“ Plane. Space. Geometry "demonstrates the achievements of its participants - the development and development of new technologies and artistic techniques, the comprehension of all new facets of the expressive capabilities of familiar materials, the combination of traditional and new methods of visual art." (E. Romanova)
The exhibition "Plane. Space. Geometry "works in the All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art from March 7 to April 7, 2019
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