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01 июня 2018 - 15 июля 2018

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"Большая Волга XII"

Выставка произведений художников Приволжского федерального округа "Большая Волга XII". На выставке представлено 650 лучших работ 538 художников ПФО.

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Один раз в пять лет Союз художников РФ проводит масштабный проект - Всероссийскую художественную выставку «Россия», которой предшествует цикл областных и межрегиональных выставок во всех федеральных округах страны. В начале 2019 года состоится «Россия XIII», и за полгода до этого события в регионах проводятся отборочные зональные художественные выставки. В Приволжском федеральном округе это «Большая Волга ХII», которая объединяет художников 15-и областей и республик ПФО.

В 2018 году принимать «Большую Волгу XII» выпала честь Нижнему Новгороду. Художники из Ижевская, Казани, Орска, Оренбурга, Перми, Йошкар - Олы, Набережных Челнов, Самары, Саранска, Саратова, Тольятти, Ульяновская, Чебоксар, Уфы и, конечно, Нижнего Новгорода соревновались за право участвовать в этом масштабном межрегиональном проекте.

Выставочным комитетом было просмотрено 2346 произведений 1318 авторов. В результате жесткого отбора 650 лучших работ (538 авторов) по шести направлениям изобразительного искусства и искусствоведения разместятся в пространстве Нижегородского государственного выставочного комплекса (живопись, графика, храмовое искусство) и залах Нижегородского государственного художественного музея (декоративно-прикладное и народное искусство).

Все произведения были созданы за последние 5 лет и представляют собой современную картину мира с точки зрения лучших художников ПФО. Среди авторов — представители самых разных поколений и направлений изобразительного искусства: живописи, графики, храмового, декоративно-прикладного и народного искусств. Большинство представленных работ созданы в рамках предметного искусства, но в стилевом отношении экспозиция весьма разнообразна — от гражданского реализма и восстановления утерянной традиции до разного рода стилизаторства, эклектики и фотореализма. На выставке представлено много новых имен, но будут работы и признанных мастеров, таких как Р.Ф. Федоров, В.А. Сафронов, К.И. Шихов. Одно из главных отличий новой «Большой Волги» — категорическое отсечение политики, обращение художников к теме профессионализма и поискам простой и земной правды.

‘The Big Volga  XII’

 

Once in five years The Union of artists of Russia organizes a large-scale project - the All-Russian art exhibition ‘The Russia’. It is preceded by a series of regional exhibitions in all federal districts of the country. At the beginning of 2019 ‘The Russia XIII’ will take place, and for half a year to this event regional art exhibitions are held. In the Volga federal district there is “The Big Volga XII”. It consolidates the artists of 15 areas and the republics of the Volga federal district.

In 2018 ‘The Big Volga XII’ is located in Nizhny Novgorod. Artists from Izhevsk, Kazan, Orsk, Orenburg, Perm, Yoshkar-Ola, Naberezhnye Chelny, Samara, Saransk, Saratov, Tolyatti, Ulyanovsk, Cheboksary, Ufa and, of course, Nizhny Novgorod competed for the right to participate in this large-scale regional project.

The project of zone exhibitions was created on a wave of Khruschev's thaw in 1960th and art life of the huge country was structured. Its territory was divided into seven zones (the Center, the North, the South, the Volga region, the Urals, Siberia, the Far East). The first ‘The Big Volga’ took place in 1964 in Samara (it used to be Kuibyshev), and passed in the different cities of the Volga region of that time from Nizhny Novgorod to Samara with an interval in 4-5 years. Now the territory covers the whole Volga federal district, with participation of not only the Volga cities and republics, but also Perm, the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Orenburg region.

‘The Big Volga’ is organized in Nizhny Novgorod at the fourth time. The first exhibition took place in 1974. It was a serious break through in the cultural life of our city as it gave the chance in general to capture a look at the fine arts of the whole region.

The beginning of the 1990th interrupted the established relations, however the Union of artists of Russia by own efforts and means revived ‘The Big Volga’ in 1998 in Nizhny Novgorod. For the third time the city approved the project in 2003. And now, that is important, ‘The Big Volga’ has been organized simultaneously with the FIFA World Cup and in a year of celebration of the 85th anniversary of our creative organization.

At a preparatory stage of work the regional exhibition committee with participation of representatives of the secretariat of All-Russian creative organization The Union of artists of Russia had seen 2346 works of 1318 authors. As a result of rigid selection about 650 best works (538 authors) are placed in the space of the Nizhny Novgorod state Exhibition center and in the halls of The State Museum of fine arts.

All works were created over the last 5 years and represent a modern picture of the world from the point of view of the best artists of the Volga federal district. Among the authors there are the representatives of the most different generations and the directions of the fine arts: painting, graphics, temple, crafts, sculpture and folk art.

In the exhibition a group of the authors who are marked out by the highest awards and ranks is presented: national artists of the Russian Federation A.V. Uchayev (full member of Russian Academy of Arts), R. F. Fedorov, V.A. Safronov, honored artists of the Russian Federation K.I. Shikhov, Yu.A. Rysukhin, H.S. Fazylov, A.A. Scherbakov (corresponding member of Russian Academy of Arts) and some more masters, undoubted leaders of the Union, and others.

As researchers note that in ‘The Big Volga’ traditionally there are three style and esthetic tendencies: commitment to the European cultural values, national academic art tradition and the increased thirst for sources of ethnic cultures and religions. It is necessary to remark that these tendencies are traced now too.

The majority of the presented works are created within subject art, but in the style relation the exposition is very various — from civil realism and restoration of the lost tradition of folk art to any stylization, eclecticism and photorealism. One of the features of ‘The Big Volga XII’ is almost full refusal of the propaganda or excessively politized works. The main intonation of this exhibition is the appeal of artists to a subject of professionalism and searches of the simple and terrestrial truth sounds.

The exhibition project endured grandiose ideological bias 1970-80, ruin of the 1990th, scepticism and the glamour of the 2000th and continued the work, is opening in polyphony of creative identity the ordinary and festive, public and lyrical, severe and romantic truth of the Russian life.

The exposition settles down on three venues. The largest volume of works is presented in the Nizhny Novgorod state exhibition center. Easel painting and graphics beside the variety of a sculpture, volume arts and crafts and folk art. In a hall of The State Museum of fine arts in the Kremlin (The Kremlin, the building 3, 3d floor) the decorative textiles are shown: gobelins, batics, felts, assemblages. In the museum halls on Verkhne-Volzhskaya Embankment the textiles of national masters are shown: manual weaving, an embroidery, zolotny sewing, and also products with the Gorodets painting. Steadily for the multinational people occupying Volga federal district, the appeal to own ethnic and religious roots is reflected by works of masters in traditional materials and technicians.

 

The curator of exhibition is I. Marsheva (the member of The Union of artists of Russia, managing exposition and exhibition department of the Nizhny Novgorod state Exhibition center).

 

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Дата публикации: 28 мая 2018

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