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Igor
Vasilyevich Kislitsyn

born in 1948 •
 
artist
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KISLITSYN Igor Vasilievich
June 10, 1948 Moscow
Painter, graphic artist, set designer, icon painter.
In the family on the mother’s side are artists, on the father’s side are cabinet makers. The first teacher of painting was an artist, mother's brother Ipatov K.S., student of Baksheev V.N.
1966-1971 studied at the Moscow Art College of Memory in 1905.
After graduating from college, without stopping painting, she works as a stage designer in the theaters of Lipetsk, Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Vladivostok, etc. (1978-82).
In 1983-85 how the icon painter participates in the painting of the iconostases of the Holy Danilov Monastery in Moscow.
It belongs to the circle of artists who are usually called the second vanguard of the 60-70s or the circle of "unofficial, other" art.
Since 1974 - non-conformist apartment exhibitions, the House of Culture of VDNH, the famous one-day outdoor exhibition in Izmailovo, etc. (see the Other Art catalog of 1991), representing an open challenge to the art policies of government officials, and then in the halls on Malaya Gruzinskaya, starting in 1976, are constantly exhibited along with such iconic figures of the Moscow underground of the older generation as A. Zverev, D. Plavinsky, O. Rabin, V. Yakovlev, A. Kharitonov and others (With Alexander Kharitonov, Anatoly Zverev and the artists of the school V. Sitnikov was friends and had close contact). B1975-78 as part of the collection of A. Glaser (organizer of the so-called "Bulldozer Exhibition", publisher, collector, founder of the Museum of Russian Art in Exile near Paris) - participant of exhibitions in Austria, West Germany, France.
since 1976, member of the Union of Artists of Russia, youth section; since 1991 member of the International Federation of Artists; since 1998. member of the Union of Artists of Russia
Participant of numerous exhibitions, at home and abroad,
including personal:
1990 Gallery "Ramenki", Moscow;
1994 Gallery "M'ars", Moscow;
1996 Central House of Artists. Moscow;
1997 Autonomous exhibition in the halls of the State Tretyakov Gallery on Krymsky Val (nominated for the State Prize of Russia for 1996, for the series of works “Russian World”);
1997 Personal exhibition at the Russian Embassy in Austria (Vienna);
1999 "Northern swimming" in the exhibition halls of the Moscow Union of Artists on Begovaya;
2000 “New works of Igor Kislitsyn” at the Line-Art Gallery, Pyatnitskaya 41, Moscow;
2001 Personal exhibition at the Sculptor’s House in Spasonalivkovsky Lane .;
2005 "Black Sun". Gallery "Romanov"; 2012 personal exhibition in the halls of the editorial office of the journal "Our Heritage";
2013 "Direction Polyus" in the exhibition halls of the Moscow Union of Artists on Begovaya et al.
In his work, the artist often refers to the sacred art traditions of past eras: to Old Russian and Byzantine icon painting, Romanesque fresco, Gothic stained glass window, etc. Confidently rising above any imitation of the canon, the artist plunges into the study of multidimensional plastic codes of ancient images. The movement from the surface to the depth, to gaining an internal artistic form, is not without an active interpretation of the lessons of the Russian classical avant-garde, especially of such masters as Goncharova with her appeal to folk art and Filonov, with his “form invented”.
In the early cycles of the works (The White Cycle, Post tenebras lux), each object or architectural object was turned into a self-worthy “hero” that exudes inner light, existing only thanks to this light in surreal space. In paintings of later periods, the color becomes the most expressive and important artistic tool, acquiring the quality of an independent full-fledged image (hence the cycles of dedication to individual colors, for example, “Praise to Blue”).
In general, Kislitsyn’s creativity is characterized by extreme generalization, laconicism of images, hieraticity, lack of literature, flatness of the image,

The artist's works are in the following collections:

Perm Art Gallery;
Udmurt Republican Museum
fine arts, Izhevsk, Russia;
Pavlodar Art Museum, Kazakhstan;
State Art Museum of Altai Krai, Barnaul;
Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation;
collection of the M'ars Gallery, Moscow;
collection of Jacob and Tatyana Rubinstein;
collection of Leonid Talochkin, Moscow;
collection of Alexander Glezer;
Kostaki’s collection, as well as in private collections in Russia, the USA, Great Britain, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Belgium, Greece, Austria, Finland, etc.
Lives and works in Moscow.

Tel .: +7 (495) 637 26 03
+7 (903) 514 31 59

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