"Music in plastic" automatic translate
с 25 Октября
по 13 Января
Калужский музей изобразительных искусств
ул. Ленина, 103
October 25 at 16-00 in the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts (Lenin St., 103. second floor) will open the exhibition "Music in Plastic" from the private collection of the collector Marina Nazarova.
“Music in Plastic” is a private collection of small plastic, revealing the overarching theme of music and musical art. Marina Nazarova is a professional musician and teacher, for her the planet “Music” is her favorite. This is due to her interest in collecting porcelain figurines with musical instruments, which she collects around the world.
Marina Nazarova was born and received a classical music education in Tbilisi. After moving to Moscow in 1992, she continued performing practice in a number of symphony orchestras in Moscow, conducting teaching activities. Professional sharpness of sight and breadth of vision are clearly manifested in her collection of small plastic.
The purpose of the M.I. Nazarova collection is to present as fully as possible the variety of musical instruments imprinted in porcelain, starting with samples of European plastics, southeast Asia and ending with Russian-Soviet porcelain, as one of the youngest ones going behind.
All items exhibited at the exhibition “Music in Plastic” give an approximate idea of real musical instruments. This is understandable. They have few natural similarities, as they are a metaphor. Like music, captured in precious material - porcelain, it becomes a metaphor of human life: its values, fragility, nobility and beauty.
The exhibition will run until January 13, 2018.