Opening of the exhibition of Sergey Stroganov "Reflections"


October 28 on the third floor of the permanent exhibition of the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoye solemn opening of the personal exhibition of the artist-animalist Sergey Stroganov “Reflections” took place.

The director of the VokhM Vladimir Dobromirov presented the artist, noting that Sergey had repeatedly cooperated with the museum, acting as curator of the exhibition projects of the company “Artgit”. The exhibition “Reflections” presents Sergei Stroganov as an independent author. The exposition, designed for family visits, welcomes guests with bright, positive works and festive New Year’s decorations.

Sergei Stroganov noted that he has a special responsibility for visitors and the art museum, which is a platform for serious exhibition projects. The artist told about the concept of the exhibition, which assumes a conditional division into two components: a series of illustrations to the fables of Aesop and Lafontaine and a selection of images of animals in a certain “mood.” The very design of the exhibition space depicts a fairytale forest – the habitat of the heroes of the paintings.

Artist-animalist Sergei Stroganov was born in 1982. Since childhood, fond of drawing, attended art school. I began to realize my creative potential in the direction of pencil animalistic graphics. Since 2010, Sergei began to paint animals with colored pencils. In 2013, the artist’s works took the first place at the XIV international exhibition-competition of contemporary art “Russian Week of Arts” in the nomination: “Experimental graphics. Animalistics. In 2014, Sergei participated in the Art Week in Portugal, where he took second place in the nomination “Academic Graphics. Drawing”.

Currently, the artist is ready a series of illustrations to the fables of Aesop and Lafontaine, which became the basis of the exhibition “Reflections.” In 2016 this project was recognized by the Russian Academy of Arts.

The exhibition will continue its work until December 18.