Petersburg through the eyes of artists Irina and Yuri Gretsky in the hall "Blue Living Room" gallery of the Union of Artists Automatic translate
ST. PETERSBURG. On April 25, Irina and Yuri Gretsky presented the continuation of their exhibition project “City Space”. A new exhibition of honored artists of the Russian Federation, open until May 14, was called "In the space of St. Petersburg." All works housed in the Blue Living Room hall of the gallery of the Union of Artists of St. Petersburg are dedicated to the city on the Neva.
Artists made Petersburg the main hero of their paintings, writing embankments and streets, sculptural monuments and famous architectural ensembles on them. Painters did not disregard the work of modern architects. Completed in the coming millennium, they have already managed to become part of the city, which has a unique history.
People living in St. Petersburg since childhood are very familiar with the views of the city that appear before the audience on the canvases of artists. They have become an integral part of their lives. However, on the canvases written by Gretsky, they are recognizable, but acquired unusual, extremely simplified forms, turned into lines, combinations of color planes.
Extremely conventional decorative forms lined up in expressive rows, similar to some emblems. Before the audience appears an unusual city, seen by artists living in the twenty-first century. However, despite the conventionality of form, Petersburg remains familiar, only seen in another dimension.
Installations that complement the paintings become a way of connecting two worlds, one of which is real, and the other is born of the imagination of two wonderful St. Petersburg artists. Irina and Yuri Gretsky are connected not only with creativity, but also with one fate for two.
In their works, talented artists endowed Petersburg with a special aura, successfully combining classics and innovation.
Ludmila Trautmane © Gallerix.ru
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