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Opened at the art Museum December 15, 2017, the photo exhibition “100 wonders of the world” is 100 wildlife photographs, made more than 70 authors from around the world, giving you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the stunning world of nature.
“100 wonders of the world” is one of the kindest and most exciting projects of Saint-Petersburg “Art center” during its existence has earned the highest reviews of more than 100 thousand visitors.
The exhibition will last till February 25, 2018.
15 December 2017, at 12.00 in the Voronezh regional art Museum. I. N. Kramskoy took place the opening of the interactive zone with tactile exhibits designed specifically for visitors with visual impairments.
At the opening in addition to the Museum staff, was attended by many guests from various organizations of the city working with the disabled, the students of the Voronezh boarding school №6, readers the Voronezh regional special library for the blind them. V. G. Korolenko, representatives of the Voronezh media.
An introductory statement was made by Deputy Director of WOHM them. I. N. Of Archaeology Marina Chernova. She noted that this is a very important and necessary project is the result of joint work of WOHM them. I. N. Archaeology and RORTS “Accessible environment” held in the framework of the state program “Accessible environment”, spoke about the components of the “special” exposure in the form of 11 copies and tactile series of videoguides with a description of the sections and exhibits of the exposition of the Museum in sign language, noting that a package of such works in the Voronezh region were carried out for the first time.
Head of the scientific-educational Department of the Museum Larisa Kitaev noted the specificity of the exhibits and the lack of the same formats and stories in the exhibition, adding that it reflects almost all of the thematic departments of the Museum’s core exhibition. Larisa thanked the chief and staff of RORTS “Accessible environment” for joint work, stressing that this project brings together all people.
Alexander Popov, head of RORZ “Accessible environment” in his speech noted that the adaptation for people with special health in this Museum. I. N. Kramskoy is an example for other museums, and expressed the hope the visit to the exhibition a large number of people with impaired hearing and vision, which will give them a new emotional experience.
The Chairman of the Voronezh regional branch of all-Russian society for the blind, Natalia Chernikova said that this exhibition is the first step that will allow people with disabilities to enjoy art.
The head of the Voronezh regional branch of all-Russian society of the disabled, Sergei Bakhmetyev, stressed that the work on this project involved people with disabilities as no one else understand the specifics of tactile perception and expressed hope for further implementation of such projects.
The head of the tourist information centre of Voronezh Gennady Kid noted the importance of this event, not only within culture, but also in the development of tourism, thanked the creators for the project, to him also joined the representative of the Voronezh regional branch of all-Russian society of the deaf Tatyana Tokareva.
At the conclusion of the presentation the guests were shown one of videoredo created in the framework of the project, after which the guests could get acquainted with the presented exhibits.
13 December 2017 in WOHM them. I. N. Kramskoy took place the solemn opening of the exhibition “Yuri Cooper. Illustrations of the tragedy of Pushkin’s “Mozart and Salieri,” from the collection of WAHM them. I. N. Kramskoy” portrait”, which was attended by the artist himself.
Opening the solemn part of the ceremony, head of the exhibition Department of the Museum Olga Ryabchikova, noted that the exhibition “artist’s Book” is an unusual exhibit for the Museum in terms of its artistic properties represented in the 17 illustrations, each of which reflects the spirit of the time in which he lived and worked Pushkin.
Artistic Director of the Voronezh state academic drama theatre named after A. Koltsov Vladimir Petrov, is a friend of the artist, spoke about the work on the project of restoration of the theater, the interior designer who gave Yuri Cooper. Mr Smith noted the vitality and talent of the artist and expressed words of gratitude to the artist for the collaboration and its dedication to Voronezh.
Voronezh artist Alex Country stressed that participation in the opening of such a large-scale cultural events is a great honor. “Everything came together in the illustrations, looking at that it becomes clear that the senses, overwhelming the characters, familiar to the author. Now, when we meet with the names of Mozart, Pushkin, will associate them with the name of Cooper,” – said Alexey Vladimirovich
At the end of the ceremony, Yuri Leonidovich thanked all who came to the opening. The artist shared with the audience his thoughts and techniques used in the work on the illustration works. In particular, the master noted that the illustrations of Pushkin’s work went through objectivity, gobelinos, for a literal illustration of the text would be unworthy of the great poetry of the author.
The exhibition will run until 14 January 2018.
On December 10, 2017, another workshop was held from Denis Bulavintsev (within the MK series “Spot and Line: Graphic Techniques and Techniques”, a family audience). Participants of the master class “Collage” comprehended the secrets of creating images from scraps of colored paper and cardboard.
December 7, 2017 at 16.00 in the exhibition hall of the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. The solemn opening of the exhibition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the People’s Artist of the RSFSR, academician of the Russian Academy of Arts Oleg Mikhailovich Savostyuk was held in Kramskoy.
The opening ceremony was attended by: Governor of the Voronezh region Alexei Gordeev with his wife Tatiana Alexandrovna, head of the Department of Culture of the Voronezh Region Emilia Aleksandrovna Sukhacheva, head. exposition department of the VOKHM. I.N. Kramskoy Olga Alexandrovna Ryabchikova, director of the Voronezh Art School Sergei Gulevsky, professor Bronislav Tabachnikov, celebrator – Oleg Mikhailovich Savostyuk, and other high guests, including heads and teachers of the city’s higher education institutions, representatives of the Voronezh cultural community, students of specialized educational schools and city institutes.
At the end of the opening ceremony, the artist held an excursion for the guests of honor, familiarizing himself with the most significant of the presented works.
The exhibition will last until January 14, 2018.
December 6 at the VOKHM them. I.N. Kramskoy within the All-Russian action “Museum for all! Day of Inclusion “, traditionally held in early December, a thematic lesson” Journey to the Depth of Ages. ” Collection of Ancient Egyptian Art Museum “for readers of the Voronezh Regional Special Library for the Blind. V.G. Korolenko. The participants of the session were shown a video presentation introducing the ancient Egyptian monuments, and telling about the traveler Otto von Richter and his collection. The lesson in the exposition hall dedicated to the ancient Egyptian art continued, where the audience got acquainted with the objects of the collection and spoke about the peculiarities of the world view of the ancient Egyptians. In the final part of the session the guests worked with tactile copies that reproduced ancient Egyptian monuments from the museum’s collection (created by the museum together with the RURC “Affordable Environment” within the framework of the state program “Affordable Environment”), after which they shared their impressions.
December 15 at 12.00 in the VOKHM them. I.N. Kramskoy will open an interactive zone with tactile exhibits designed specifically for visitors with visual impairments.
The project with the provisional title “Touching History” is the result of the joint work of the VOKHM named after V. I.N. Kramsk and Voronezh Regional Training and Resource Center “Affordable Environment”, conducted within the framework of the state program “Affordable Environment”.
Within the framework of the event, 10 tactile copies of the museum exhibits will be presented, including tactile paintings, reproducing works of Russian and West European painters, as well as replicas of sculptures of the collection of ancient Egyptian art.
In addition to tactile paintings and exhibits, a video guide was created with descriptions of exhibits of the main exposition of the museum in sign language.
The complex of these works in the Voronezh region was completed for the first time.
This event is a kind of demonstration of the results of large-scale work on the creation of tactile exhibits, and the opportunity to test the created product by its direct users – people with visual and hearing problems.
In the future, the presented interactive space will become a site for excursions and classes for visitors with impaired vision.
December 15, 2017 in the VOKHM them. I.N. The photo exhibition “100 Wonders of the World” will begin its work.
The project, implemented jointly with the “Art Center” (St. Petersburg), presents 100 photos of wildlife, beautiful and frightening, funny and serious, so different, but united by the same idea: the whole world is a miracle, it only costs open your eyes and look around.
“100 Wonders of the World” is not just an exhibition, it is a kind of festival of different cultures, an event that unites people living in different countries and speaking different languages. The geography of the festival participants includes such countries as Russia, Vietnam, Germany, the countries of Africa, Indonesia, Norway, Colombia, France, Switzerland, Australia, Singapore, USA, Brazil, Japan, Malaysia, Poland, Holland, Great Britain, India, Kuwait and others. .
To create the exhibition, more than 1 000 000 photographs were selected from around the world, for the authors of which this exhibition is a unique opportunity to share their view of the world with a wide audience.
The exhibition will last until February 25, 2018.
The cost of a full admission ticket for adults is 250 rubles;
Preferential (for students, students, pensioners) – 150 rubles.
– Video and photography – for free.
Nikolai Nikolaevich Karazin – the Russian painter, writer, member of the Central Asian campaigns.
To ten years Nikolay Karazin was raised in the suburban estate of his grandmother, located near the village Anashkino in the Moscow province, and then was determined to study, and in 1862 was released in the officers in Kazan Dragoon regiment. He participated in the pacification of the Polish rebellion 1863-64, and in contrast to military operations, he was awarded the order of St .. Anne’s 4-th degree with the inscription “For bravery”.
Karazin felt very attracted to painting since childhood, so in 1865 he retired with the rank of captain and entered the Academy of fine arts, where he worked for two years under the guidance of the famous painter of battle BP Villevalde, but in 1867 Nicholas still left the Academy to take part in the campaign against Bukhara.
Extremely impressionable and observant Karazin with particular interest the true artist was closer to the new nature of Central Asia. Military campaigns gave him the opportunity for a close study of the life of a Russian soldier. The wizard created the first Russian art postcards issued by the Community of St. Eugenia.
In the Serbo-Turkish and Russo-Turkish war (1877-78), the artist was a war correspondent-Illustrator. His sketches in pen, pencil and watercolor from life, gave a vivid picture of a camp and military life of our troops on the Balkan theatre of war. These illustrations were published in the best foreign publications and delivered him fame.
Big name artist won because of its nature. Lively, agile and always active, he loved to paint large paintings, which require long and diligent work. His glory first in Russia, watercolorist and draftsman and Illustrator, he earned his countless works in watercolor, pencil and pen. Having a rich imagination and great artistic taste, Nikolai Nikolaevich was distinguished by extraordinary rapidity and ease of operation. The world works Karazin – mainly the Eastern outskirts of the Empire. Nature of Middle Asia and Asian types – a favorite story of his artistic works. In watercolor painting the artist created his own special style. His paintings and drawings can immediately find out: strong lighting effects, striking contrasts, a few special dark color, excellent composition and endless imagination. With great skill, Nikolay Nikolaevich Karazin depicted horses. Until the end of his life the artist did not lose touch with the military, with a special love recalled his military and camp life and although never wore the military uniform, but never parted with the signs of their military differences.
Died January 1, 1909 in Gatchina, he was buried at Nikolskoe cemetery of Alexander Nevsky Lavra.