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Borisovna Katukova

born in 1944 •

Biography and information

Tatyana Katukova was born in 1944 in Leningrad in a family of artists.

1966 - entered the art school of V. I. Mukhina

1971 - graduated from the art school of V. I. Mukhina with honors

1971 - joining the Combine of Decorative and Applied Arts in Leningrad, began working as a textile artist

1975 - joining the Union of Artists of the USSR

1976 - takes part in the exhibition "The Fine Arts of Leningrad"


1976 - takes part in the exhibition "Young Artists" in Leningrad

1977 - at the invitation of the choreographer Oleg Mikhailovich Vinogradov begins to work on the scenery of the Leningrad Maly Opera and Ballet Theater

1978 - exhibition of Soviet artists "in the Manezh"

1979 - Exhibition in the Blue Living Room of the Union of Artists

1980 - takes part in the "Exhibition of works of Leningrad artists of 1980"

From 1975 to 1980 - worked as a decorator in such theaters as: "Kirov Theater", "Maly Opera House", "Gorky Theater"

1980 - acquaintance with the artist Boris Aleksandrovich Chetkov.

December 3, 1983 - marriage with artist Chetkov Boris Aleksandrovich

1985 - starts working as a freelance artist

1992 - personal exhibition at the Oktyabrskaya Hotel

1994 - takes part in the exhibition “Leningrad Artists. Painting »Union of Artists

1997 - takes part in the exhibition Still Life in Painting. Leningrad school "

2002 - participates in the Jubilee retrospective exhibition dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Leningrad branch of the Professional Union of Artists.

2019 - Joint exhibition of Tatyana Borisovna Katukova and her husband Boris Aleksandrovich Chetkov "Fantasy and Reality" in the Art Gallery on the street. Lomonosov. Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

During her work at the Combine of Decorative and Applied Arts, she performed work on the design of such institutions as: Design Bureau "Rubin", "Len LOMO".
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