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Poetess Enze Voigt

Graphics, 2021, 42.2×29.7×0.1 cm
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Voigt Enze Nurislam is a well-known poetess of Kazan, a member of the Russian Union of Writers, the author of books in Tatar and Russian, including: "Fascinating cat chitlek kirekmi" and "Mirror of the Soul", a translator from Bashkir into Russian. Since 2015 he has been published in various literary magazines, including Idel and Syuyumbike. Nominee for the Sergei Yesenin Literary Prize "My Russia", (Sergei Yesenin Medal) 2020; nominee for the literary prize "St. George Ribbon. 75 Years of Victory" (medal of the same name) 2021
Enze Voigt has been my faithful creative companion in various literary and artistic projects since the spring of 2018. Our main art project is "Poetry Painting". Enze is my co-author and initiator of the first book in the history of the world dedicated to this direction in art. Our book "Poetry-painting. Shigari-synly sengat" was published in 2021 by the State Tatar Book Publishing House, which is one of the most advanced in Russia. The Poetic Painting project is unique, because for the first time in the history of literature and art, the creative tandem of a poet and an artist was embodied in a large-scale book. The reviewers of the publication write about the innovation of this movement in art: Zufar Galeev (Associate Professor, Candidate of Political Sciences, Corresponding Member of the International Academy of Pedagogical Education), as well as Lenar Shaeh (poet, Candidate of Philology, Laureate of the Musa Jalil Prize). The book is called "Poetry Painting" in memory of the multilingual Moscow polyglot poet Willie Melnikov, who in 2007 first introduced this term by writing several poems based on my paintings. The global, international cycle "Poetry Painting" was created by Enze Voigt in two languages - Russian and Tatar. The book was preceded by a large-scale three-year work of Enze Voigt with my paintings, made in the style of ornamentalism that I created. The two-hundred-page full-color edition "Poetry Painting. Shigari-synli sengat" is made in hardcover and includes 91 paintings of mine, for each of which Enze wrote unique poetry, distinguished by a unique style of versification, which has no analogues in the world. In my paintings, she read signs, symbols, encrypted in the patterns of the plots. Many of the issues are endowed with the quality of foresight and have already been implemented in reality.

About the opening of a new type of art on the website of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation:
About presentation - TV company "TKR" (news item):
About presentation - TV company "Gorod" (news item):
About the presentation - radio of Russia:
Presentation at the Ryazan Regional Universal Scientific Library named after Gorky (full video of the event):
Video message from Enze Voigt and the author's reading of her poems:
Alexey Akindinov's story about the book:
Video - the book "Poetry painting. Shigari-synly sәngat" online:
All issues of "Poetic painting" on the Official website of Alexey Akindinov:
The site "History, Traditions and Culture of the Ryazan Territory" about the presentation in Kazan:
News portal "Media Ryazan" about the presentation in Ryazan:
News portal "VezdeKulura" about the presentation in Ryazan:
Ryazan Regional Universal Scientific Library named after Gorky:
Federal educational newspaper "Tatar World", No. 6 (6449), 2021 p. 2. Color ill. The article "Book novelty" about the book by Enze Voigt and Alexey Akindinov "Poetry painting. Shigari-synly sungat". The author of the article is Lenar Shaekh, poet, candidate of philological sciences, laureate of the Republican Prize named after I. Musa Jalil.
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Catalog data: Book "POEZO-PAINTING / SHIGIRI-SYNLY SӘNGAT". Authors: Enze Voigt; Alexey Akindinov, 2021. Kazan. Publishing House "Tatar Book Publishing House". In Russian and Tatar languages. 200 pages, color. ill. UDC 811.161.1-1 + 821.512.145-1 + 75. BBK 84 (2Ros = Rus) -5. Form 74. ISBN 978-5-298-04170-6.

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