Exhibition of Valery Svetlitsky "Stress Fields" 6+ automatic translate
с 20 по 30 Сентября
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September 20 in the Gallery A3 of the Association "Exhibition Halls of Moscow" will be the opening of the exhibition Valery Svetlitsky "Fields of Stress". At the exhibition timed to the 80th anniversary of the artist’s birth, paintings and graphic works from the collections of the Moscow collector Alexander Mironov and Gallery A3 will be presented.
The art of Valery Svetlitsky is difficult to attribute to a specific direction. Undoubtedly, he is close to abstract expressionism, his Russian tradition in the images of Serge Polyakov, Nicolas de Stael and Mark Rothko. The works of Valery Svetlitsky presuppose in-depth meditation, concentration, which, in particular, is stimulated by the handmade "sacred action" of the artist, the nature of the brush’s touch to the canvas. Every smear of his painting - as a trace of author’s breath, evidence of the flow of thought and feeling, the topography of experience. Not the objects and their fragments, not fragments of materialized ideas, occupy the artist, but hidden, hidden connections, "tension fields" formed between them.
Multicolored rectangles of compositions In Svetlitsky touch each other with a gentle, soft, but persistent tension, as light-filled harmonies complete worlds. Saturated by the tense play of forms, picturesque reliefs, lines, spots, shadows and lights in their contact, contrasts, convergence and divergence - the works of Valery Svetlitsky from the collections of Gallery A3 and Alexander Mironov can be seen at the exhibition until September 30.
Gallery operating mode - Tuesday-Sunday
Dates: September 20, 2013 - September 30, 2013
Opening hours: 11:00 - 20:00
Cost: 100 rubles - full; 50 rubles - preferential