The exhibition "Healing by Art" opened in Krasnodar, representing the work of artists with disabilities Automatic translate
KRASNODAR. In the museum reserve them. Felitsin November 19 was opened an unusual exhibition. Her exposition, consisting of 125 works by artists with disabilities, is presented under the name - “Healing by Art”. More than fifty works on display belong to the pupils of the studio “Naive Artists of the Kuban”.
This creative association was created at the rehabilitation center "Inva-Academy", located in Krasnodar. The basic principle of the work of this rehabilitation center is to use the methods of artistic creativity to help those with disabilities.
Many of the children involved in this studio continue their education at the Kuban University, entering the art and graphic faculty. The exposition of the opening exhibition includes works by Mikhail Manukyan, Vadim Kysh, Konstantin and Kristina Kruzhilin. All of them are engaged in the rehabilitation center "Inva-Academy".
The exhibition also featured paintings by two artists with solid creative experience. Alexander Eremenko and Sergey Grin are visually impaired, however, each of them is successfully engaged in the chosen type of art.
Alexander Eremenko for many years was engaged in search work on the battlefield in the foothills of the Caucasus. This was the reason for the creation of military-themed paintings. After participating in exhibitions, in 1997 he became a member of the Union of Artists of Russia. His works are in collections of Russian museums.
Sergei Grin has been a researcher at the Sochi Museum of Art for many years. He is interested in graphics, creating his works in three colors - black, white and red. His talented works can be attributed to the flow of symbolism.
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