"Tablets. 66. Tablichki". Exhibition of works by Nikolai Tereshchenko automatic translate
с 17 Июля
по 4 Августа
Российская академия художеств
In the halls of the Russian Academy of Arts opens an exhibition of works by Nikolai Tereshchenko, Honored Artist of Russia, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts “Tablets. 66. Tablichki. The exhibition presents 66 works created by the author in recent years.
Nikolai Tereshchenko was born in Moscow, in 1953, in the family of the artist. Starting to draw from 2 years old, the talented boy did not change his predetermined path. Not knowing any other medium except the atmosphere of art, he, like a sponge, absorbed the basics of craftsmanship taught to him by his father, the unique artist N. I. Tereshchenko, who was and always remains his main teacher.
In 1970, Nikolai Tereshchenko entered the Moscow State Art Institute. IN AND. Surikov, at the faculty of easel painting, where he studies in the workshop of a famous, venerable artist, professor D.K. Mochalsky and wonderful teachers - surprisingly artistic GG Korolev and the beautiful draftsman V.I. Nekrasov.
Already in his student years, Nikolai Tereshchenko exhibits at youth exhibitions, and after joining the Union of Artists of the USSR in 1979, he participates in exhibitions of all possible ranks and levels: Moscow, Republican, All-Union, International, where his works are always an event.
In the creative biography of Nikolai Tereshchenko, there are nine solo exhibitions that took place in Russia, Italy, Bulgaria, San Marino, Israel. The works of the author are in the collections of museums and in private collections.
Nikolay Tereshchenko polyphonic artist. In his work there is no once found plastic language that can be traced in all his works. The artist is constantly changing to find the way to himself. And each time it surprises with an unexpected and bright result.
The exhibition presented to the public’s attention is an important stage in the author’s biography. This is a certain opportunity to look at oneself in a new capacity.
My 65-year-old Nikolai Tereshchenko confidently came to those works that the audience will see at this exhibition and will be able to plunge into the world of images and parables, embodied by paints, cardboard and a brush, which obediently followed the artist’s imagination. The world of the “tablets” of Nikolai Tereshchenko is so voluminous, dense and significant that, it seems, it can change the consciousness and worldview of the viewer. Toothy, fanged, big-eyed, horned, multi-armed and multi-footed, the characters of the “tablets” are a fantastic world created by the artist in which he lives and which helps him to express the state of mind, heart and mind when the author is left alone inspiration. The images created by the artist’s fantasy are always unpredictable and do not resemble one another. They have only one thing in common - they are all good, despite the horns, fangs and grinning teeth.
The material that the master now uses for his works is household waste, cartons, and all sorts of packaging, which, instead of littering the planet even more, are turned into works of art under his hands. Freakish forms and arbitrary, non-standard sizes of boxes and various packages, as if they cause the artist to a duel, in which he triumphs, opposing his artistic originality and uniqueness to the world of consumption.