July 28 at the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy, the opening of the exhibition “Emperors and Companions. To the 350th anniversary of Peter the Great.
As part of the opening, with a welcoming speech, the audience was addressed by acting. Museum Director Yuliya Zaichenko. She noted that the art museum occupies one of the first places among cultural institutions in the city in terms of the number of exhibitions associated with the name of Peter. The next exhibition, dedicated to the round date, presents about 30 paintings, graphic and sculptural works in the genres of chamber and salon portraits, as well as plot-symbolic graphic portraits. All works from own museum collection.
The curator of the exhibition, specialist of the exhibition and exhibition department of the museum, candidate of historical sciences, Vladislav Makarov greeted all those present at the opening and spoke about the composition of the exhibition. Among the works selected for the exhibition are 7 paintings, 18 graphic works (lithographs and engravings), as well as 2 sculptural portraits. The works of both Russian and Western European artists are presented to the attention of visitors. More than 10 engravers and more than 10 authors of original portraits from which these engravings were made, as well as a number of authors who created paintings. In the portraits, in addition to the imperial persons of the Romanov dynasty, images of associates of Peter the Great – Fyodor Golovin and Alexander Menshikov are presented. These works are essentially lifetime portraits that have come down to us in engravings. The curator of the exhibition wished everyone a pleasant viewing and answered questions from journalists and visitors.
The exhibition will run until August 28, 2022
Dear friends! We are glad to announce that within the framework of the exhibition “Movement towards the light. Soviet Art of the 1920s-30s.” the museum will host a program of events by the artist Alla Reshetnikova.
11 AUGUST, 18:00. ART PERFORMANCE “ABSTRACT VERSION OF THE COLLECTION”
Homage to the avant-garde collection of the beginning of the century from the collection of the Tula Museum of Fine Arts.
Alla Reshetnikova will create a painting dedicated to the museum’s collection and the works presented in the exhibition in front of the audience.
Duration – 2 hours.
The cost is 250 rubles.
Available with Pushkin card (online only)
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13 AUGUST, 12:00. MASTER CLASS “COLOR AND LANGUAGE OF THE RUSSIAN VANT-GARDE ARTISTS”
Artist Alla Reshetnikova will give a painting master class for children and adults. The theme will be the basics of color perception and the pictorial language of the artists of the Russian Avant-garde. The event will consist of 6 parts: a lecture, a review of materials, the basics of color science, a sketch, the creation of a work, and an analysis of the final paintings.
Duration – 2.5 hours.
The cost is 400 rubles.
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Alla Reshetnikova is an artist, a member of the Moscow Union of Artists, a representative of the third wave of abstract art. The artist’s works are kept in the largest museum and private collections – MAMM, State Museum. A.S. Pushkin, Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Art, VOKhM im. I.N. Kramskoy, Tsukanov Family Foundation.
The program is supported by Evgeny Khamin.
*Photo by Anton Talanov.
The exhibition project presented 53 paintings and graphic works from the collections of the Tula Museum of Fine Arts and the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy.
In the art of the 1920s – 30s, in addition to peppy, optimistic images of construction sites, parades, there is a clear desire for lyric intonation, complex picturesqueness, and richness of the cultural context. The exhibition brought together the works of masters who did not make ideological compromises with the “great style”.
The exposition included the works of 27 authors – as artists whose works have gained worldwide fame – A. Deineka, R. Falk, A. Drevin; and painters who are familiar to narrow circles of connoisseurs of art – N. Torshin, N. Bessarabova, A. Rusakov.
Exhibition “Movement towards the light. Soviet Art of the 1920s and 30s” is an exchange edition. Until August 24 this year, the Tula Museum of Fine Arts hosts an exhibition from the Voronezh collection “Russian Art of the 19th Century”.
The exhibition will run until 21 August.
On August 20, another master class will be held dedicated to the exhibition “Movement towards the light. Soviet art of the 1920s-30s.”. At the beginning of the lesson, guests will get acquainted with examples of portraiture in the exhibition. After that, under the guidance of a museum teacher, the participants will understand the main stages and rules of building a portrait and learn about the features of working in a mixed technique “gouache + dry pastel”.
Young people will be able to draw a portrait from nature, as well as from memory and imagination: to portray themselves, their family, friends.
The master class will be conducted by the artist Olga Remez
Start — 12:00
Duration — 1.5 hours
The cost is 400 rubles.
All materials are provided by the museum!
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As part of the work to counter the ideology of terrorism, the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy continues the series of online publications “Heroes of Russia”, dedicated to the natives and residents of the Voronezh region – the Heroes of Russia, who distinguished themselves in the fight against international terrorism.
Bondarev Viktor Nikolaevich (December 7, 1959, the village of Novobogoroditskoye, Voronezh region, RSFSR, USSR) is a Russian military leader and statesman.
Chairman of the Federation Council Committee of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on Defense and Security since September 27, 2017, Senator of the Russian Federation from the executive power of the Kirov Region since September 19, 2017. Commander-in-Chief of the Aerospace Forces of the Russian Federation (August 1, 2015 – September 26, 2017), Commander-in-Chief of the Air Forces of the Russian Federation (May 6, 2012 – August 1, 2015). Colonel General (2014). Hero of the Russian Federation (2000). Candidate of Technical Sciences.
Born in the village of Novobogoroditskoye, Petropavlovsk District, Voronezh Region.
In the Armed Forces of the USSR since August 1977. In 1981 he graduated from the Borisoglebsk Higher Military Aviation School named after V.P. Chkalov. Instructor pilot, flight commander at the Barnaul Higher Military Aviation Pilot School named after Chief Marshal of Aviation K.A. Vershinin (1981-1989).
From 1989 to 1992 – studied at the Air Force Academy named after Yu.A. Gagarin. Upon graduation from the academy, senior navigator, squadron commander at the V.P. Chkalov, then squadron commander, deputy commander of an assault aviation regiment. From September 1996 to October 2000 – Commander of the 899th Guards Assault Aviation Orsha Twice Red Banner Order of Suvorov Regiment named after F.E. Dzerzhinsky (Buturlinovka, Voronezh region).
From 2000 to 2002 – deputy commander, and from 2004 to 2006 – commander of the 105th mixed aviation division of the 16th air army (Voronezh). Participated in the first Chechen war (over 100 sorties) and in the second Chechen war (over 300 sorties).
On April 21, 2000, Colonel Bondarev was awarded the title of Hero of the Russian Federation “for the courage and heroism shown in the performance of military duty in conditions involving a risk to life.”
From 2002 to 2004 he studied at the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. In 2005, he was awarded the military rank of Major General.
Since May 2006 – Deputy Commander of the 14th Air Force and Air Defense Army (Novosibirsk). Since June 9, 2008 – Commander of the 14th Air Force and Air Defense Army. Since August 2009 – Commander of the 2nd Air Force and Air Defense Command. Since July 2009 – Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force of the Russian Federation. From July 2011 to May 6, 2012 – Chief of the General Staff – 1st Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force.
Since May 6, 2012 – Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Air Force. On August 9, 2012, by decree of the President of Russia, he was awarded the military rank of lieutenant general.
During the aviation part of the military parade on Red Square on May 9, 2015, he personally piloted the Tu-160 aircraft. By decree of the President of Russia on August 11, 2014, he was awarded the military rank of Colonel General.
Since August 1, 2015 – the first Commander-in-Chief of a new branch of the Armed Forces – the Aerospace Forces of the Russian Federation. Since the beginning of the Russian military operation in Syria in September 2015, he has led the Aviation Group of the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria.
In May 2016, he personally checked the reconstructed runway at the Privolzhsky military airfield. Performed a complex of aerobatics on the MiG-29 fighter: afterburner take-off, half-turn, turn, “ear”, “slide”, “barrel”, “cask”.
On March 17, 2016, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, presented the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces, Colonel-General Viktor Bondarev, with the Battle Banner of the Aerospace Forces of the Russian Federation.
He has a total flying time of over 3,000 hours. Cool qualification “pilot-sniper”. Candidate of Technical Sciences. He was a member of the editorial board of the journal “Military Thought”.
On September 19, the Governor of the Kirov Region, Igor Vasiliev, endowed Viktor Bondarev with the powers of a member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
On September 26, 2017, by decree of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, he was relieved of the post of Commander-in-Chief of the Aerospace Forces and transferred to the reserve.
On September 27, 2017, he was elected Chairman of the Defense and Security Committee of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
Photo from the website of the international patriotic Internet project “Heroes of the Country”
In apostilles Novo in the apostilles of the Tuli Museum of Fine Arts, the open-ended in the framework of the national project “Kultura”, presented 30 works from the Voronezh Regional Art Museum. And.N. Kramskoye.
Tatiana R. Asbkina was the minister of culture of the Tula region. Ona tick, tho exchange of evaluative in apostilles allow tulyakam to witness the masterpiece in the museum region of the country, and Samim, in his own vision, know others with tulykoy kulturoi.
All of the paintings of the famous artists – Anthropova, Tropinina, Warneka, Bruni, Kramskogo, Bogolyubova, Kiselevoy, Vasnetsova and other masters of the Apostille period. The Apostille shows the Apostille, how I changed the art of stretching the centuries.
Then some parts of the Russian and Western European departments were invited by Mrs. Elena Olenich to conduct a guest tour of the hotel.
After the 350th anniversary of Petra’s birthday, the Apostille included a portrait of the royal person. The new Apostille in the secular art of Russia then reformed Petra The Great reflected in the children’s portrait of the Prince Paul Petrovich, the Buddha of the Russian emperor Pavla Apostille, the cysts all over the world in the very significant.
A striking event at the beginning of the second half of the artistic life of the XIX century was the appearance of the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions, one of the founders of which is Ivan Kramskoy. Ego portrait characteristic attention to the individualities of models, almost photographic accuracy in images, characterization and cosmopolitanism. Central Hall, necessarily, an image with the Apostille artist, Anatolia Ivanovitch.
The Voronezh Museum – a collection of works of Elen Asbelevoy, a favorite student of the evaluator of Illi Repina and a bright representative of the repeater of the Russian Impressionism. A special place in Kiselev’s work engaged a female portrait. And the changes, which originated in artistic life after 1917, were reflected in the work of Constantina Juona (“The Walking province”) and Georgia Ryazhskoye (“Self-Portrait”).
Working periods Apostille in Apostille: 20 July-24 August 2022.
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August 21 within the framework of the exhibition “Movement towards the light. Soviet art of the 1920s–30s.” there will be a master class that will introduce guests to the landscapes of Robert Falk, Alexander Drevin and Valery Levanidov. After a short excursion, the participants of the lesson will create their own work, in which tone will become the main means of expression. Attention will be focused on variations of one color – gray. At the end of the lesson, the guests will write a conditional landscape based on the painting by A. Drevin.
Master class will be held by artist Olga Remez
Start – 12:00
Duration – 1.5 hours
Cost – 400 rubles.
All materials are provided by the museum!
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Dear friends! The museum invites you to group tours of the exhibition “Movement towards the light. Soviet Art of the 1920s-30s.
The artistic life of Russia in the 1920s and 30s, in line with the numerous collisions of that time, was distinguished by unprecedented creative activity. In the visual arts, numerous associations, unions, groupings were quickly born, replacing each other, whose members were looking for their own ways, trying to create a new type of art. On the example of pictorial and graphic works of artists of different creative unions and aesthetic positions: A. Drevin, A. Lentulov, P. Konchalovsky, R. Falk, A. Deineka, R. Rozhdestvensky, S. Romanovich and other representatives, the participants of the excursion will be able to feel the spirit and atmosphere of post-avant-garde art.
Attention! Excursion participants need to buy two tickets (entrance and excursion).
Entrance ticket – 200 rubles
Reduced admission ticket (schoolchildren, students, pensioners) – 150 rubles
You can also buy a ticket using the Pushkin card (online only)
Members of the Union of Artists (upon presentation of a certificate) – free of charge
Photography: mobile devices, camera (without flash) – free of charge
The cost of excursion tickets is 100 rubles for all categories of citizens.
SCHEDULE OF EXCURSIONS:
July 23 (Saturday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
July 24 (Sunday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entry ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
July 28 (Thursday), 18:30 BUY TICKET + entry ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
July 30 (Saturday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
July 31 (Sunday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entry ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
August 4 (Thursday), 18:30 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
August 6 (Saturday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
August 7 (Sunday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
August 11 (Thursday) – there will be no excursion due to the art performance of the artist Alla Reshetnikova
August 13 (Saturday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
August 18 (Thursday), 18:30 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
August 20 (Saturday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
August 21 (Sunday), 15:00 BUY TICKET + entrance ticket BUY ENTRY TICKET
On August 3, the museum will open the fourth exhibition of the series “Opening Funds” this year. This time the viewer will see the graphics of artists of the late XIX – early XX century. The exposition is dedicated to the creative work of the students of the founder of one of the private French academies, Rodolphe Julian.
In 1868, in Paris, the French painter and teacher Rodolphe Julian founded a private school of painting and sculpture, which later received the name “academy”. This private studio aimed to prepare aspiring artists for admission to official art schools. Therefore, Rodolphe Julian invited teachers from major state art institutions – the Higher National School of Fine Arts, the Institute of Fine Arts.
The peculiarity of the Julian Academy was that female artists were accepted for training, while the doors of the School of Fine Arts – the center of art education in France – were closed to female representatives.
About 10 works will be presented at the exhibition.
Visiting the exhibition is carried out with a ticket to the permanent exhibition of the museum.
The exhibition will last until September 18, 2022.
On the title – V.A. Zhdanov. A girl in a colorful scarf. 1932
On July 28, 2022, on the third floor of the main building of the I.N. Kramskoy VOHM, the exhibition “Emperors and Associates. To the 350th anniversary of Peter the Great.” All the works presented at the exhibition come from the collection of the I.N. Kramskoy VOHM.
The retrospective exhibition will include about 30 paintings, graphic and sculptural works in the genres of chamber and salon portraits, as well as plot-symbolic graphic portraits.
The exhibition “Emperors and Associates” introduces the works of Russian painters and graphic artists, as well as Western European graphic artists who worked in the genre of portrait. The main focus of the exhibition is on the work of Russian artists of the XVIII century. The exhibition presents works by A.P. Antropov, graphics by A.F. Zubov, artists of the F.S. Rokotov circle, copies of sculptures by F.I. Shubin and M.-A. Kollo, graphics by I. Wagner, P. Gunst, P. Picart.
The exhibition will present to visitors portraits of members of the House of Romanov, as well as representatives of the Russian aristocracy and little–known noble families of the XVIII – early XIX century, who jointly created and strengthened the Russian Empire. Special attention is paid to the image of its founder – Emperor Peter I.
ATTENTION! On the opening day from 16.00 to 17.00 admission to the exhibition is free. From 17.00 – by tickets.
Entrance ticket – 150 rubles.
Preferential ticket (schoolchildren, pensioners, students) upon presentation of the relevant document – 100 rubles.
You can also buy a ticket using the Pushkin Card (online only)
Members of the Union of Artists (upon presentation of a certificate) – free of charge.
Photography: mobile devices, camera (without flash) – free of charge.
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The exhibition will last until August 28, 2022.
Cover photo: A.P. Antropov. Portrait of Peter I. 1758