Sergey Kalachev. Personal exhibition Automatic translate
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Sergei Valentinovich Kalachev in St. Petersburg is known as a monumental artist, and exhibitions in Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic made him a name in Eastern Europe and allowed him to be talked about as a serious artist with a “European” approach to painting. The master constantly searches in the field of form, rhythm, color harmony. This is reflected in his paintings and corresponds to his conviction that the artist’s task is to constantly search for himself and his special individual path, tuned to the guidelines of internal needs, and not to the mainstream logic. “Art for me is a way in my own way to look at the world, at myself in this world and transform my emotions into paintings. "
Information about the artist:
Born in 1963 in the city of Rostov the Great (Yaroslavl).
EDUCATION AND WORK
In 1983 graduated from the Yaroslavl art school. In 1986 moved to St. Petersburg, where he entered the department of monumental and decorative painting at the Baron Stieglitz Higher Art and Industrial Academy, which he graduated in 1992. He began exhibition activities since 1988. Member of the Union of Artists of Russia since 1997.
1993, 1995, 1997, 2002 — annual exhibitions, Manezh Central Exhibition Hall, St. Petersburg.
1998, 1999, 2000 - Center for Science and Culture, Gdansk, Poland.
1999 — personal exhibition, Prague, Czech Republic.
2001 — personal exhibition, Koszalin, Poland.
2001 — personal exhibition, Belotto Gallery, Warsaw, Poland.
2003— Center for Science and Culture, Bratislava, Slovakia.
2003 — Center for Science and Culture, Budapest, Hungary.
2007— personal exhibition, Russian-German House, Kaliningrad.
2008— personal exhibition in the Exhibition Hall of the Moscow region.
2010 - personal exhibition, Gdansk, Poland.
2014— personal exhibition at the city hall, Pushkin.
Group exhibitions of monumental artists "Wall".
Participation in annual exhibitions in the Union of Artists of St. Petersburg.