Summer season workshop Edward Steinberg automatic translate
с 1 Июня
по 29 Сентября
«Мастерская Эдуарда Штейнберга»
ул. Паустовского, д. 15
Branch of the Pushkin Museum to them. A.S. Pushkin "Workshop of Edward Steinberg" in Tarusa opens the summer season 2019. The museum can be visited from June 1 to September 29 on weekends (admission is free). Visitors can listen to an excursion about the life of Edward Steinberg, see a film made by French director Gilles Bastianelli, as well as get acquainted with documentary materials and feel the atmosphere in which the artist’s works were born.
Edward Arkadyevich Steinberg (1937–2012) - Russian artist, a brilliant representative of the second wave of the Russian avant-garde. One of the most significant masters of artistic non-conformism, Steinberg did not receive a special art education; With the painting of the 1920s, he became acquainted through his father, Arkady Steinberg. Interest in non-objective art, according to the artist himself, was formed by him since the mid-1960s due to the opportunity to see the works of artists of the “first avant-garde” in the collection of George Kostaki.
Steinberg became one of those Russian painters whose work took a worthy place in the artistic life of Europe. He was also recognized in his homeland - he was an academician of the Russian Academy of Arts and a knight of the Order of Friendship, and was awarded the Academy Gold Medal for his outstanding contribution to the development of painting. The artist’s works are kept in many private collections and collections of foreign and domestic museums.
Life Steinberg was inextricably linked with Tarusa. Here flowed his youth, here he began his career. In recent years, the artist spent the winter in Paris, and the rest of the time he lived in his house in Tarusa, which was a source of inspiration for him.
In 2016, the artist’s widow, Galina Iosifovna Manevich, presented the workshop of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts to them. A.S. Pushkin. Since 2017, the Edward Steinberg Workshop is open to the public in the summer.
Address: Tarusa, st. Paustovsky, d. 15
Sat: 11:00 to 19:00
Sun: from 11:00 to 18:00
Mon - Fri: day off