Choose a language
Use Arthive in the language you prefer
Sign up
Create an account
Register to use Arthive functionality to the maximum

Octahedron of Russian poetry

Contemporary art, 15.01.2021

Description of the artwork «Octahedron of Russian poetry»

Inside the crystal are poems by Russian poets, divided into sectors and headings. So, at the base of the crystal are poetic texts of the 19th century, and at the top - of the 20th century. Each facet of the octahedron is associated with a specific person, whose poems go from edge to center of the crystal, dividing into four categories: representative poems (business card); poems about nature; love poems; philosophical lyrics.

Poems inside an octahedron
I Lower tier (XIX century)
1. A.S. Pushkin: "Monument", "The daylight went out", "I loved you ...", "To Chaadaev";
2. M.Yu. Lermontov: "I am not for angels and paradise ...", "Sail", "No, I do not love you so ardently ...", "No, I am not Byron, I am different ...";
3. Full name Tyutchev: "Silentium", "Not what you think, nature ...", "Last love", "Gray shadows mixed ...";
4. N.A. Nekrasov: "Yesterday, at six o'clock ...", "Before the rain", "Troika", "Homeland".

II Upper tier (XX century)
1. A.A. Block: "I enter dark temples ...", "Oh, spring without end and without edge ...", "Stranger", "Worlds are flying. The years go by. Empty ... ";
2. A.A. Akhmatova: "Requiem (Dedication)", "Garden", "Gray-eyed King", "I learned to live simply, wisely ...";
3. I.A. Brodsky: “I entered the cage instead of a wild animal ...”, “Evening. Ruins of geometry ... "," I loved you ... "," In the next century ";
4. B.B. Red: "They will acquire a pan-European gloss ...", "The town that I invented and populated with people ...", "I will fall asleep and see you again ...", "Thank you for everything. For the silence ... ".
I like0 To the selection0
About the artwork

This artwork has been added by Arthive user, if it violates copyright please tell us.

Art form: Contemporary art

Materials: Crystals

Date of creation: 15.01.2021

Location: Vranin