Архив постов: May 2018

Exhibition “Kotlovan” (12+)

May 22, 2018

On June 7 at 15.00 in the House of the Governor (Revolyutsiya Ave., 22) within the framework of the VIII International Platonov Festival of Arts the solemn opening of the exhibition “Pit” will be held.

At the exhibition, based on the landmark works of Andrei Platonov, the painting, objects and installations of the Moscow artist Mikhail Roshnyak are presented.

All the work of Platonov is impregnated with the theme of searching for the meaning of life, a comprehensive truth and, of course, the theme of death and its overcoming. So Mikhail Roshnyak, using an unusual material for creativity, categorically disagreeing with the principles of artistic academism, is trying to approach the discovery of truth and understanding the most complex meanings of human life. The author’s paintings made of earth symbolize and reveal the mystery of the existence of a man who, all his life, digs a pit in the hope of achieving the notorious happiness, not noticing how life passes him and the pit from the place of building a happy life turns into the grave of unrealized dreams and false views.

Mikhail Roshnyak is one of the most active and famous contemporary Russian artists. Participant of more than a hundred group exhibitions and 15 personal exhibitions. Author and participant of more than 100 performances and actions.

In 1992 he founded the art group Miros-Yggs in Leipzig. In 1993 he published in Moscow ALL-MANACH – a magazine devoted to the problems of alternative art. Since 1994 – organizer and curator of exhibitions of independent art in collaboration with O. Mavromati, A. Dugin, S. Kuskov, E. Limonov, G. Vinogradov, S. Kuryokhin, S. Ponomarev, N. Dmitriev, M. Katkovoy, A. Aygi , E. Kasimov, the group TANATOS (Spirit and Soil 1,2, Crusade, Archeology of Consciousness, STOP NATO and others). Since 1996, participant of international art fairs in Strasbourg and Geneva. Since 1997, the organizer and curator of club performances together with S. Kuzin, V. Skvortsov, A. Shilov, A. Stepnov, Max Nut.
In 2011-2016 – curator and participant of the 4th, 5th, 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art with special projects: “On transparency”, “Spirit and Soil”, “Oil in the Square”.

Various events will be held within the framework of the exhibition. Read more about them here.

Entrance to the exhibition and events is FREE.

Exhibition schedule:

7 – 11 June from 12:00 to 22:00 hours
12 – 17 June from 12:00 to 19:00 hours.

The exhibition will last until June 17, 2018.

Exhibition of one painting

May 28, 2018

The exhibition of one painting presents a unique work from the museum’s funds, created by the unknown artist of the 16th century, the circle of François Clouet “Portrait of the Philippines Velzer” – the wife of the Archduke Ferdinand II, known for his intelligence and beauty.

The exhibition is represented in the permanent exposition (Hall of Western European Painting, 3rd floor).

Entrance ticket to the museum.

The exhibition will last until June 17, 2018.

Final master-class on the schedule

May 22, 2018

On May 20, 2018, the final master class from the series “Spot and line. Graphic techniques and techniques “(for the audience of professionals and amateurs).

Leading the series of classes, Voronezh artist-graphic artist Denis Bulavintsev told about his work, his main themes and about the main techniques in his work in creating graphic works.

The lesson was intended for both regular participants of the master classes and for “newcomers” who, having learned the methods of working with black and white linocut, were able to create their own works.

Permanent participants of the classes had the opportunity to sum up all the skills and skills and to consolidate their skills by creating author’s works.

All the works created during the session were printed by the participants themselves on this etching machine.

In total, 16 master classes were held in the series, attended by more than 500 people.

Gift to the International Museum Day

May 21, 2018

On May, 18th in the International Day of museums in VOHM them. I.N. Kramskoy held an event in the course of which the museum received a gift of an etching machine. Donors were Voronezh residents from among friends and admirers of the museum.

This gift is not accidental. In Voronezh, the rich traditions of graphic arts, among Voronezh artists are many recognized masters of this art (EA Poshivalov, MF Akhunov, VA Presnyakov). And nowadays traditions are not interrupted. In the museum, a series of master classes for children and adults is developed and conducted. During the school year, from September 2017 to May 2018, 16 master classes on the schedule were attended by more than 500 people. The host of the classes was Voronezh artist-graphic artist Denis Bulavintsev.

The acquisition of the machine will help not only to expand the theme and audience of museum classes and master classes, but also contribute to popularizing the art of graphics among a wide audience.

The museum plans for the new academic year – the implementation of a new interesting program of master classes on the schedule, in addition, further it is planned to develop an independent direction in the educational activities of the museum, it is possible to create a “School of Graphics”, which involves a variety of creative, lecture and exhibition programs.

At the event, the project participants were told a lot of interesting things about graphic art, and the work of the machine in action was demonstrated. At the end of the meeting, all the donors as a token of gratitude were awarded the prints of the artist Denis Bulavintsev.

The project serves as a good example of participation and interest in the museum, support of its activities and the desire to participate in museum life.

Night of Museums 2018

May 20, 2018

May 19, 2018 VOHM them. I.N. Kramskoy took part in the All-Russian action “Night of Museums”. The action was held under the motto “Masterpieces from the storerooms”.

For all visitors at the entrance to the museum was organized an interactive photo-zone “Revived masterpieces”, which operated throughout the campaign. Everyone was able to try on the images presented on the art canvases of the museum exposition: a portrait of M.S. Buturlina brush by Christina Robertson and a portrait of N.P. Sheremetev, created by N.I. Argunov.

Specially for the museum “Nights” was prepared an exhibition of one painting “Portrait of the Philippines Velzer”, representing a unique work from the museum’s storehouses, created by an unknown artist of the XVI century, the circle of Francois Clouet. Within the framework of the exhibition, a thematic excursion took place, during which the art historian Natalya Bakina presented a picture depicting the wife of Archduke Ferdinand II, known for her intelligence and beauty.

A concert “Musical Sketches” was held in one of the halls of the permanent exposition of the museum. The participants of the concert are the laureates of regional, regional and international contests, the cello ensemble “Class-cello” and the ensemble “Cello-Vecchi” of Voronezh children’s art school No. 7 (head Alla Selivanova). Performed by artists were works by A. Dvorak, J. Buze, G. Miller, B. Haley, G. Holterman, N. Parhomenko and others.

At 17.00 hours in the exhibition hall of the museum a dance-costume show was performed by the teachers of the Voronezh studio of historical and traditional dance “Kamenny Most”. As part of the show, performers in historical costumes not only demonstrated the dances of different eras (baroque, Empire, modern), but also held a dance master class for all comers.

The lecture hall of the museum became a venue for two master classes: “Stamps” under the direction of the Voronezh artist Denis Bulavintsev and “Souvenir for memory”. Master class on the schedule gave participants the opportunity to create unique story compositions from ready-made modules-cliches. In the second master class, children and parents painted plaster bas-reliefs depicting the bas-reliefs of ancient Egyptian culture.

Young visitors of the museum were able to take part in the master show “Lessons of acting” from the studio “Yeralash”. Under the strict guidance of the mentors, the boys learned the basics of acting: stage speech, stage movement, took part in the scene, and they were exposed to theatrical secrets and told about acting “chips”. Simultaneously with the master show, everyone could use the services of the aqua-gripper.

The evening concert program was continued by a concert of jazz music in the museum yard. The musical collective “Alexin 5” presented the audience with the warmth of the acoustic concert: the languid “I Love”, the splashing of waves, the caressing breeze and the smell of hot sand, the exciting rhythms of Cuba and the romantic saxophone. And all this is framed by the magic voice of Tatiana Spasibukhova.

At the conclusion of the program, a concert “I Remember the Waltz the Sound of Charming” was held for all classical music lovers (within the framework of the musical and theatrical project “Classics, Enlightenment and Inspiration”). Participants: soloist of the Voronezh State Opera and Ballet Theater, laureate of the International Competition, laureate of the Union of Theater Workers Award – Ekaterina Gavrilova (soprano); Honored Artist of Russia – Svetlana Gelfand (pianoforte); instrumental trio “Elegy”; laureate of international guitar competitions – Dmitry Dupin; Svetlana Pershina (violin); laureate of the All-Russian competition – Valery Timoshenko (violin). The concert featured works by composers G. Puccini, F. Chopin, I. Strauss, I. Dunaevsky, A. Khachaturian, G. Sviridov, D. Kern.

In total, in the “Night of Museums” 4301 people visited the Art Museum.

“Heroes of everyday life”

May 18, 2018

May 18 – International Museum Day.

The museum is a single creative organism, the basis of which, along with the collections, are people who work in it.

A museum worker is a vocation! In addition, it is a great responsibility, a great endurance, a love of world art, loyalty to the ideals of culture.

The collective VOHM them. I.N. Kramskoy – a friendly, close-knit team of people who are in love with their work, and deeply committed to the museum!

On this festive day, the staff of the museum congratulates all colleagues and friends, as well as all those involved in museum activities and all those who simply love the museum!

We wish new creative projects, enthusiasm and inspiration, bright discoveries and positive mood!

We represent you “Heroes of museum everyday life” from among the employees of the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy.

Exhibition “Yuri Cooper. Illustrations to the tragedy of A.S. Pushkin “Mozart and Salieri” (0+)

May 4, 2018

On March 2, 2018 the exhibition “Yuri Cooper. Illustrations to the tragedy of A.S. Pushkin “Mozart and Salieri” from the funds of the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.I. Kramskoy opened in the Belgorod State Literary Museum. Belgorod became the first city in which the exhibition went after exhibiting in the Voronezh Regional Art Museum named after. I.N. Kramskoy.

A mobile exhibition project implemented as part of a grant from the Government of the Voronezh Region to create creatively meaningful projects in the field of culture and art is a link in the artist’s many years of creative cooperation with the city.

The basis of the exposition is one of fifty copies of the unique work of the artist’s book (from the Kramskoye College of Artists), created by one of the most famous contemporary Russian-American artists, Yuri Cooper.

The main motif of 17 illustrations of the artist’s book (computer copies made in the size of the originals) is the artist’s memories of the Mikhailovskoye Museum-Reserve, where Pushkin worked on “Little Tragedies”. The illustrations not only acquaint with the intricacies of the relations of two eminent musicians of the second half of the XVIII century, but also immerse in the atmosphere of time in which the great Russian poet lived and wrote. This is embodied by the artist in an exquisite figure of the finest lace, dried flowers, apples, goose feathers. They as personal things – witnesses of the vanished moments of the life of the heroes and the author of the work.

The exhibition was opened with a lecture by the head of the sector on advertising and information work of the VOKHM named after M.Sh. I.N. Kramskoy IS Shuvakina. Particular attention in the lecture was given to the topic “Yuri Cooper and Voronezh.” Participants of the lecture and the first visitors of the exhibition were students of the Belgorod State Institute of Arts and Culture, specialists of state cultural institutions.

In Belgorod, the exhibition will last until May 27, 2018.

“Voronezh Front” in the Voronezh Regional Youth Library.

May 4, 2018

March 1, 2018 in the Voronezh Regional Youth Library. V.M. Exhibition “Voronezh Front” opened in Kubanev

The exhibition presents copies of works by front-line artists Vladimir Bogatkin and Vitaly Demidov in 1942-1943 in Voronezh (from the funds of the VGKM named after I. Kramskoy).

During the Great Patriotic War Voronezh became the arena of fierce fighting. To capture Voronezh, the fascist command in the summer of 1942 concentrated about 20 divisions. The fighting for Voronezh lasted 212 days and nights. The fascists were not able to capture Voronezh completely. Heroic actions of the Soviet troops on the outskirts and within the boundaries of Voronezh the enemy was stopped, bleached and defeated.

While our soldiers fought, the artists took up their weapons – brushes, pencils, paints. They considered it their duty to capture what happened then and went to the front, went out with notebooks and easels to the streets of the occupied cities, painted destroyed houses, rickety pillars, destroyed churches and monuments … Thus, in Voronezh, Moscow artists Vladimir Bogatkin and Vitaly Demidov . Graphics language artists talked about the destroyed streets and squares, destroyed buildings and monuments of history. Works of these artists from the collection of VOKHM them. I.N. Kramskoye are unique historical evidence of the true tragedy of the city of Voronezh during the Great Patriotic War.

The exposition will work in the Voronezh Regional Youth Library. V.M. Kubanev until April 26, 2018.

In Lipetsk, the Interregional Festival “Museum for Friends”

May 3, 2018

On April 20 and 21, the Interregional Festival “Museum for Friends” was held in Lipetsk on the basis of the Museum of Folk and Decorative and Applied Arts, in which over 30 city, federal, district and private museums from 8 regions of the country took part.

Among the participants were employees of the VOKHM. I.N. Kramskoy. Within the framework of the festival interactive program, the staff of the scientific and educational department of the museum conducted a master class on decorating the museum and a master class on creating a portrait (collage technique).

Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy was awarded a letter of thanks for participating in the festival.

The exhibition of military posters opened in the museum

May 3, 2018

April 26, 2018 in the exhibition hall of the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. The exhibition “Military posters of 1941-1945-ies from the funds of the Tambov regional museum of local lore” was opened.

At the exhibition there are more than twenty posters made by such authors as: F.B. Antonov, V.B. Koretsky, N.N. Zhukov, A.P. Bubnov, V.I. Ivanov, A.A. Kokorekin, V.N. Denis and others. All the posters were collected by the staff of the Tambov Regional Museum of Local History during the Great Patriotic War.

Painters-placatists responsibly and operatively responded to the events in the country and the course of military operations conducted by the Soviet Army in a vast area from the Barents Sea to the Black Sea. In their posters, they deliberately chose actions that truthfully reflected the reality of the front life and at the same time metaphorically revealed the idea of ​​the poster.

The exhibition provides an opportunity to trace the entire chronology of the creation of posters from the Great Patriotic War from early models, imbued with the irresistible desire of Soviet soldiers of the army and navy to defeat the enemy, to the posters of the last years of the war, the main theme of which was Victory.

The exhibition will be a wonderful gift to Voronezh residents and guests of the city on the Day of the Great Victory.

The entrance fee for all categories of citizens is 50 rubles.
Photography – free of charge
Amateur video shooting (1 hour) – 300 rubles

The exhibition will last until May 27, 2018.

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