Exhibition of Natalia Bakut "The Point of Return" automatic translate
с 14 Июня
по 15 Августа
Усадьба В.П. Сукачева
ул. Декабрьских Событий, 112
June 14 at 16.00 in the Manor of V.P. Sukachev will host the opening of the exhibition "Point of Return" of the famous Irkutsk sculptor Natalya Bakut. The exposition is devoted to the anniversary of the author and is retrospective: visitors can see the main stages of the master’s forty-year creative career.
Perhaps the most famous work of Natalya Bakut is the sculpture of Babra, who meets Irkutsk residents and visitors at the entrance to the 130th quarter. At the exhibition in the Sukachev Manor, visitors can get acquainted with other facets of her work. On the creative path of the sculptor, one can see the development in the use of various materials - from the ceramic sculpture of the 80-90s. through tin miniatures and bronze to one of the most complex materials - a hard stone, especially its transparent varieties (citrine, rauchtopaz and rock crystal). Working with them is subject to a very small number of masters. It was professional work with a natural hard stone and the teaching of this mastery of pupils, successes and awards in international competitions that allowed specialists to call Irkutsk the third (after Ekaterinburg and St. Petersburg) center of stone cutting in Russia. "Remembering and appreciating and preserving the historical past of jewelry and carving arts, Natalia Bakut creates works that are distinguished by elegance and impeccability of taste - every work of the artist is original and can become an ornament of any collection," the art critics say about her work.
Works by Natalia Bakut for the time of the exhibition will also complement the exposition of jewelry and stone-cutting art "Masters and Collections", working on permanent basis in Sukacheva Manor.
The personal exhibition of Natalia Bakut will open on June 14 at 16.00 in the Manor of V.P. Sukachev (112 December Street of Events). The entrance to the opening is free. Phone for information: 53-12-24. The exhibition will run until August 15.