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Exhibition December 17, 2019 − January 19, 2020

School of the artist. Creative workshops of the Russian Academy of Arts

The Russian Academy of Arts presents the first large-scale exhibition exposition“School of the artist. Creative workshops of the Russian Academy of Arts ".

The exposition will comprise more than 200 works of about 80 authors: managers, trainees and graduates of creative workshops in Moscow - the largest and youngest Russian artists. These are works of all types and genres of fine art - easel and monumental painting, a series of graphic works and printed graphics (etching, lithography, silk-screen printing), book illustration, various types of sculptural works, theatrical and decorative art and architecture.

Historical painting and genre compositions, series of portraits of contemporaries, landscapes and still lifes, fresco paintings, mosaics, sculptural portraits and figurative compositions, animalistics, series of printed graphics, scenography and costume designs, architectural projects for the Far North and for the cities of the South of Russia. This is not a complete list of art forms presented at the exhibition. The exhibition demonstrates the works of the last few years by the “Teachers” of academicians and “Pupils” of artists - trainees - authors who have already taken place, many of whom teach at universities, lyceums, and studios, thereby continuing the traditions of professional art education. Among them are teachers of the Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I.Surikova P. Blokhin, E. Voronova, K. Voronova, D. Lushnikov, I. Detkova, E. Pogorelov, etching master and teacher M. Smolyaninova and others. An integral part of modern artistic life was the work of sculptors A. Dmitriev , I. Korotchenko, monumental artists K. Sopova, K. Stekolshchikova and many other young authors.

Based on site materialsRussian Academy of Arts.
Galleries at the exhibition