Vera Vilkoviskaya (1890–1944). Painting. Graphic arts Automatic translate
с 25 Мая
по 24 Июня
Национальная художественная галерея “Хазинэ”
Кремль, проезд Шейнкмана, 12, 3-й подъезд
A new joint exhibition of the State Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan and the Galeev Gallery (Moscow) presents the work of one of the most outstanding masters of Kazan fine art of the 1910s-1920s, Vera Vilkova, with works from the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and private Moscow collections. The exhibition opens the project “Moscow Kazan”, which during 2018 will acquaint Kazan viewers with the work of leading artists of the 1920s, whose life and work are equally connected with Kazan and Moscow.
Vera Vilkoviskaya went down in the history of Russian Soviet graphic art of the 1920s as a member of the Horseman graphic team, which turned Kazan into one of the centers for the development of engraving. V.E. Vilkowska proved herself to be an outstanding and original master of woodcut and linocut. Its sheets and printed forms are stored in the collections of the largest museums in Russia - the State Russian Museum, the State Museum of Fine Arts named after A.S. Pushkin and others. The exposition allows you to see already well-known works of V.E. Wilkowska from the funds of the Pushkin Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan and the Galeev-Gallery, as well as unique prints preserved in the archives of the artist’s family.
Ironically, the painting that V.E. Vilkoviskaya always considered her main vocation, for many years she remained outside the scope of art studies, museum and private gathering, remaining a white spot in her work. For the first time, the exhibition acquaints the modern viewer with her paintings and drawings, made mainly in the portrait genre, reflecting the author’s family and friends. They reveal a bright talent and passionate artistic temperament, determined by the influence of her teacher - Nikolai Feshin. At the same time, the artist enters into a dialogue with the master, developing her own artistic language, characterized by richness of color, brutality and intentional randomness of strokes. These works, stored in different branches of the Wilkowski family, assembled and restored by leading experts in Moscow and St. Petersburg, write a new interesting page in the history of art of Tatarstan and Russia of the twentieth century.
In September-December 2017, V.E. Vilkowiska was successfully held in Moscow. At the opening of the Kazan exhibition will be presented a collective monograph-album dedicated to the artist, published by the Galeev Gallery, known for the high quality of its publications. The opening ceremony will be attended by the director of the Moscow gallery Ildar Galeev, the grand-niece of the artist Natalia Vilkoviskaya, through whose efforts numerous works were brought together, restored and are now being presented to the public.
The exhibition runs until June 24, 2018.
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