On March 3, at 16:00, Sergey Brudanin’s exhibition “Open Spaces” will open in the space of the museum’s large exhibition hall (second floor).
This exhibition is a reflection on emptiness and fullness, about a world cleansed of details and details. The space in which man and nature live is heaven and earth, separated/united by the horizon line, eternally unattainable. A person is looking for himself in this eternal boundless space, finds and loses his points of support, his scale and the endless landscape.
The author says about the idea of the exhibition: “Emptiness is the array on which everything rests. Emptiness gives shelter to things and plots, where the horizon line plays a special role. It is not something objective in itself, but we understand that it is the horizon line that introduces us to the plot as participants.”
The exhibition will feature picturesque landscapes. In a familiar and popular genre, the artist works in a free and recognizable manner, using hardboard, pieces of old furniture, oil paints, acrylic and even earth, as well as poetry and sincerity.
The exhibition will last until March 26.
Sergey Brudanin is an artist, already well–known, with a rich exhibition biography. Born on January 25, 1979. Lives and works in Voronezh.
From 1999 to 2003 he studied at the children’s art school in the adult department. In 2008 he graduated from the Voronezh Art College, Department of industrial graphics. Since 2001, participates in regional and regional exhibitions.
Exhibition of 4th year students of the Voronezh Art College, Department of Industrial Graphics (2007);
“2 on 2 breath” (2009);
“Perceived Reality”, Architect’s House (2012);
Art Libitum, Nefta Gallery (2013, 2016);
“The Way of someone”, Art market “Birkin” (2020);
“The Distant Garden” – I.N. Kramskoy VOHM (2022).
“Objects”, gallery “Nefta” (2017);
“The Voice of Nudity”, VCSI (2020);
“Earth and Sky”, Chamber Theater Gallery (2021).
Full – 200 rubles.
Preferential (schoolchildren, pensioners, students) – 100 rubles.
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Members of the Union of Artists (upon presentation of a certificate) – free of charge.
We draw your attention! From February 28, the museum’s work schedule changes:
Mon. – day off
Tue., Wed., Thu. – 12:00-20:00
Fri. – 12:00-19:00
Sat., Sun., holidays – 10:00-18:00