Tala Automatic translate
с 4 Июля
по 25 Сентября
Галерея В. Бронштейна
ул. Октябрьской Революции, д. 3
Until September 25, the Viktor Bronstein Gallery is hosting the Tala exhibition, which is attended by contemporary artists from Russia and Mongolia.
Translated from the Mongolian "Tala" means "steppe" - a place of power that unites the nomadic peoples of Asia. Young and recognized authors from Mongolia, Buryatia, Yakutia and Altai showed ancient images in a modern interpretation. The exhibition features more than 20 paintings and graphic paintings and five sculptures. Most of them are exhibited for the first time in Irkutsk.
The central image of the exposition is a horse - a symbol of the steppe, a friend and faithful companion of a nomad. Each author revealed it in his own way: this is the winged Hiy Morin, and the mythical centaur, and the war horse - a warrior’s comrade-in-arms, and free wild horses. Images of native nature, a brave hero, a woman-keeper of the hearth also appear on bright canvases.
The project included the works of recognized sculptors - Dashi Namdakov and Zhigzhit Bayaskhalanov, the young master Pavel Mikhailov, as well as artists - Balzhinima Dorzhiev, Arzhan Yuteev, Alexandra Dugarova and Anna Osipova. Mongolia is represented by young authors: Tamir Sharav, Onon Urdzhinhand, Tumenzhargal Zayat, Batbileg Lkhagvasuren, Urtnasan Batsoozh, Erdeneochir Khasaanov, Tsolmonbat Enkhbat and Otgonbata Natsagdorj.
“We planned this project a couple of years ago - all this time we have been working on the concept, negotiating with the authors,” says Olga Bronshtein, director of the gallery. – All Mongolian authors are exhibited in Russia for the first time, and almost all the works of Russian artists are exhibited for the first time in Irkutsk. There are paintings created specifically for this project.
The exhibition has a free audio guide with information about the works and poems of Buryat poets. You can also always book individual and group tours, including children’s tours.
The exhibition is held with the support of the Sound of Mongolia company (Ulaanbaatar) with the participation of the cultural envoy of Mongolia in Russia Damdinsuren Khurelbaatar.
Age limit 6+. The cost of entrance tickets is 50-150 rubles. You can buy them on the spot or online, including using the Pushkin Card - https://vmuzey.com/event/vystavka-tala. The exhibition takes place in the halls of the gallery at the address: Irkutsk, st. October Revolution, 3.
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