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The State Historical and Literary Museum-Reserve of A. S. Pushkin holds an exhibition of works by Tatyana Busyreva"Pushkin and the Russian world".

The exhibition includes works by Tatyana Viktorovna Busyreva, sculptor, Honored Artist of Russia, honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts, member of the Union of Artists of Russia.

The sculptor works mainly in the portrait genre. As an original artist, Tatyana Busyreva is distinguished by sincerity, purity, lyricism and spirituality of the images she created, a peculiar plastic language, and the use of folklore elements. The tree, to which she, one of the few modern sculptors, remains faithful throughout her creative life, is most original in the artist’s interpretation. Works made from this material, usually slightly tinted with light watercolor tones, create a feeling of lightness, optimism, faith in a person. This love of life distinguishes all the things created by the sculptor, regardless of the material, whether it is wood, metal, ceramics or stone. They are characterized by a complex emotional-figurative structure, a pronounced national system. One of the main themes of T. Busyreva’s work is Pushkinian. With works on the poet and his era, she entered art in the early 1970s. Generously and witty playing up the techniques of field plastics, folklore, the artist creates images of the poet and his entourage, a panorama of life in metropolitan and provincial Russia. The viewer will get acquainted with a number of works of this software author's series.

Prepared by materialsState Historical and Literary Museum-Reserve A.S. Pushkin.