Amur Autumn in Blagoveshchensk Automatic translate
The branch of the Creative Union of Russian Artists in Blagoveshchensk was created in early 2004 at the initiative of city artists, a number of entrepreneurs and public figures. The origins of the department were honored artists of the Russian Federation: Alexander Tikhomirov, Nikolai Karnabeda, Vladimir Verkhoturov, artists Leonid Kilchansky, Natalia Gryzlova, as well as the president of TSHR, vice president of PAX, people’s artist of the Russian Federation E. N. Drobitsky, member of the presidium of PAX people’s artist of the Russian Federation I.P. Obrosov.
From the first days, the organization was engaged in active, multifaceted and fruitful public and exhibition activities. A number of exhibitions were held in the city and the region, which received wide coverage in local media.
In the summer of 2004, on the initiative of the department and with the support of the Russian Academy of Arts in China (Harbin), a large-scale exhibition of artists of Blagoveshchensk and leading artists of Moscow was held, a catalog was published. Such a large project was made possible thanks to the help of the president of the Russian Academy of Arts Z.K. Tsereteli, the administration of Blagoveshchensk and the Amur Region and the leadership of the People’s Project company (director IV Novikov). On the Chinese side, the renowned cultural figure Liu Mineu, who organized the first Museum of Russian Contemporary Art in the history of China, provided invaluable assistance in holding the exhibition.
In the summer of 2004, there were two personal exhibitions of Alexander Tikhomirov, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation: in the Museum of the History of Tomsk and the Museum of Local Lore of Blagoveshchensk “20 years on the Amur Land”. In December 2004, the artist’s exhibition was held with great success in Moscow, at the Intercolor Gallery.
The branch of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia took an active part in the famous film forum "Amur Autumn", which is traditionally held in these parts. In September 2004, Blagoveshchensk once again hospitably opened its doors to the long-awaited guests: famous cultural figures of Russia and abroad. The traditional Amur Autumn Film Festival has opened. It seemed that the whole color of the metropolitan "beau monde" moved to the blessed city. Who was not here: S. Nikonenko, R. Nakhapetov with his wife, N. Fateev, A. Pyatkov, S. Svetlichnaya, E. Doga, N. Egorova, S. Kryuchkova, D. Banionis, V. Konkin, A. Inin, N. Karachentsov, A. Kalyagin, R. Sagdullaev and many others. Well-known artists had to endure rather difficult tests even before meeting with the Annunciation land: a 12-hour flight from Moscow. The honored guest of the festival, Lane Davis, the unforgettable Mason from Santa Barbara, was more tormented. He traveled to our city for 37 hours, circling almost the entire globe: first he crossed all of America from west to east, then he flew across the Atlantic and Europe to Moscow and from there to our Far East. Not without curiosities. When the American actor reached the long-awaited goal, it turned out that employees of the Los Angeles airport sent his luggage to Seoul! A few days after the opening of the festival, the artists were invited by the military. A trip to the training ground was organized, where everyone could shoot from all types of weapons - from a grenade launcher to a Kalashnikov assault rifle. The life of stars in the city was calm: creative meetings, screenings of new films and entreprise performances, boat trips on the See river.
The master class in painting, organized by the Annunciation artist Sergei Vorozheev, was very successful. So Aristarchus Livanov, Rodion Nakhapetov, Natalya Fateeva and others tried themselves in the role of artists.
A few days later, a large delegation of artists went to China, in Harbin, where the Festival of Russian Art opened. From Harbin, a small part of the group moved to Beijing to give a concert at the Russian embassy. "Star" guests from Moscow visited the Museum of Russian Contemporary Art opened in Harbin this year (director Liu Mineu), where the exhibition "Masters of Contemporary Russian Art" was held. After returning to Blagoveshchensk, Uzbek filmmakers, led by Rustam Sagdullaev, arranged a banquet where national dishes were served.
Within the framework of the festival, in the Annunciation Museum of Local Lore there was a presentation of the book by the photographer George Golovchenko “Blessed City, Muse is a Favorite”. This is a photo story about Blagoveshchensk, the Annunciation and the Amur Autumn. The film forum, by the way, inspired Georgy Viktorovich to create a masterpiece: too much interesting photo material has accumulated. I wanted to prove to the capital’s “elite” that gifted, talented people live in the province. Such a photo portrait of a city can be created by a person who loves this city very much, knows and respects its history, said the head of the city culture department Alexander Dvornikov, and such an amazing book about we haven’t had great artists yet.
“The Blessed City, the Muse’s Favorite”… The poetry of the title determined the poetry of the content. Subtlety, lyricism, impressionist sensuality and spirituality of images, landscapes, faces, plots…
Photo exhibitions in our city are already commonplace, said colleague Georgy Golovchenko, chairman of the Union of Amur Photographers Vladimir Stegantsev, Georgy Golovchenko went further: he created a book - smart, warm, kind.
At the same time, an exhibition of the famous Russian artist, a resident of Blagoveshchensk - Alexander Tikhomirov (Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Honorary Member of the Union of Artists of China) opened. The lobby of the museum was filled to capacity. There were many people who wanted to see the paintings of the artist Tikhomirov - the author of a new direction in painting - window painting. “Painting” - this is the name that Alexander Tikhomirov gave his paintings. They depict mainly religious subjects. The material on which the paintings are made is unusual: old shutters. The "window-painting" works of Tikhomirov have long received worldwide fame and recognition of specialists. The exhibition was opened by the mayor of Blagoveshchensk, Alexander Kalyadin, and the president of the open Russian film forum Amur Autumn, Sergei Novozhilov. To the 64th anniversary of the Far Eastern Military Institute. Marshal of the Soviet Union K.K. Rokossovsky held two photo exhibitions of the rector of the institute "World through the eyes of a Russian officer" Vladimir Mikhailovich Gryzlov. This is a career officer who has gone through all the officer command posts during the years of military service. More than once Vladimir Mikhailovich went on business trips abroad. From a youthful age, he was fond of photography; over the years, the passion for youth became almost the second profession. Traveling abroad, acquaintance with the life and life of people extraordinarily expanded the horizons of the artist Gryzlov. Exhibitions are a kind of creative report by the master. The audience was presented with bright, colorful, deeply original images of their native land and abroad. At the opening of the exhibition was attended by Archbishop Blagoveshchensky and Tyndinsky Gabriel, friends and colleagues of the artist. Within the framework of the Amur Autumn Film Festival, an international photo exhibition of two artists took place in the city exhibition hall: Yu Baogann (China) and Renata Yufatova (Moscow). During the exhibition, more than 20 thousand people visited it.
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