April 28 in the halls of the permanent exhibition of the VOKhM them. I.N. Kramskoy will start an exhibition that will acquaint visitors with works from among the new arrivals in the museum collection.
The goal of the project is a more detailed presentation of new collections, work with which is an integral part of any museum.
Over the years, the Voronezh Museum. I.N. Kramskoy is actively completing his collection. Every year its funds are replenished with works of painting, graphics, sculpture, arts and crafts, archival documents. The sources of new exhibits are very different: purchases from artists and collectors, gifts from individuals and organizations.
Among the new acquisitions are the graphics of one of the brightest representatives of the domestic underground of the late 1960s – early 1990s of the 20th century, Vladimir Viktorovich Loboda.
The early period of the artist’s work is marked by an intense search for form and plastic language, where his admiration for both old cultures and modern trends in world art is clearly visible.
It should be noted that Vladimir Loboda, through his inherent, very special optics to the world, was not heard for a long time. His initial works date back to the mid 50s. last century, and the first exhibition took place only in 1990.
Currently, the Voronezh Museum. I.N. Kramskoy presents 12 linoleum engravings made by the artist for the work of N.V. Gogol “Sorochinskaya Fair”.
For Vladimir Loboda, art is a process, a search for the movements and experiences of the human soul. The artist is worried about a wide range of human feelings: from high to earthy and even completely down to earth. The nature of the author’s philosophical outlook manifests itself in the fact that in completely mundane scenes he can see both the high impulses and ups of the human soul, and the notes of falsehood, farce and booth. The interweaving of high and low motivations creates a unique spirit of Human dramas and Human comedies of heroes in the plots on the master’s canvases.
A visit to the exhibition is included in the cost of an admission ticket to the main exhibition of the museum.
Members of the Union of Artists (upon presentation of a certificate) – free
Photography: mobile devices, camera (without flash) – free
Tickets can be purchased both online and at the museum’s ticket office.
The exhibition will run until May 23, 2021.