The exhibition "One workshop - two destinies" Ivan Yushkov. Anna Yushkova automatic translate
с 27 Июня
по 4 Августа
Иркутский областной художественный музей им. В.П. Сукачева
ул. Ленина, 5
June 27 at 16.00 in the main building of the Irkutsk Art Museum. V.P. Sukachev (Lenin str., 5) will open the exhibition "One workshop - two destinies." For the first time, the exposition will most fully present the work of two outstanding Irkutsk artists: Ivan Yushkov (1914–1987) and Anna Yushkova (1928–2003), who made a significant contribution to the development of Siberian art.
The exhibition is dedicated to the 105th anniversary of the birth of Ivan Yushkov and the 91st anniversary of the birth of Anna Yushkova as part of the museum project "To Remember." Picturesque works will be presented from the collection of the Irkutsk Art Museum, the collection of Viktor Bronstein, the collection of Lina Yermontovich, the art gallery of the Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Plant, the Neurological Department of the Faculty Clinics of the IGMU. In total, the exhibition will feature more than 70 works.
Ivan Yefimovich Yushkov (1914–1987) was called the master of the epic landscape. Among the works of other landscape artists his works are recognized immediately. In them, the artist managed to create a feeling of immense space, to convey the grand integral image of the Baikal.
Anna Gerasimovna Yushkova (1928–2003) gained recognition as a portrait painter. Her models were people of different professions and social status. The artist was interested in personal qualities in a person, his social significance, which allowed the author to reveal the personality and character of the portrait, to tell the story of his life. Through portraits of her contemporaries, Anna Yushkova tried to show the image of her time.
As part of the exhibition, the Irkutsk Art Museum will publish an album-catalog dedicated to the work of artists.
The exhibition will open on June 27 at 16.00 in the main building of the Irkutsk Art Museum (Lenin Street, 5) and will run until August 4. Entrance to the opening is free.