Exhibition of Pavel Valentinovich Pichugin "Angels and People" Automatic translate
с 26 Января
по 10 Марта
Калужский музей изобразительных искусств
ул. Ленина, 103
January 26 at the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts (Lenin St., 103) opens a personal exhibition "Angels and People", which presents the work of St. Petersburg graphic artist Pavel Valentinovich Pichugin.
P.V. Pichugin was born in 1967 in the city of Pavlodar (Kazakhstan). In 1989, he arrived in Leningrad, where he studied at the art studio. V.I.Suvorova. Here in 2001 he graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Russian State Pedagogical University. Herzen, and in 2007 - Faculty of Graphic Arts, St. Petersburg Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. I. E. Repina (Academy of Arts). In 2007 he became a member of the Union of Artists of Russia. He is currently a member of the National Society of Bookplate Lovers (NOLE) and a member of the Russian Bookplate Association (Moscow), a corresponding member of the Academy of Folk Art (Moscow). P.V. Pichugin lives and works in St. Petersburg, he successfully combines creativity with teaching, he is an assistant professor of the faculty of fine arts, and runs a print workshop in the drawing department of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after A.I. Herzen.
P.V. Pichugin works a lot and fruitfully in different types of printed graphics (etching, linocut, lithography, engraving and others). He is a regular participant in city, national and international exhibitions and competitions (bookplate and prints). The artist’s works are in the State Hermitage and various museums in Russia (Orel, Omsk, Tambov, Kaluga), and in foreign museums (Latvia, Riga), as well as in private collections.
The exhibition presents works created by the artist over the past fifteen years. First of all, these are the views of St. Petersburg and its environs - one of the main topics in his work. It was embodied both in color print (color linocut) and in watercolor. In recent years, P.V. Pichugin devotes much attention to biblical subjects. The exhibition includes individual works from this cycle, as well as linocuts from the new series “Archangels”.
Another direction in the artist’s work is book graphics. At the exhibition you can see illustrations performed by him to the works of Russian writers N.V. Gogol, N.S. Leskov, to a collection of poems by the Russian and Soviet poet A.M. Gorodetsky (1884 - 1967). The exhibition also presents graphics of small forms - an ex libris (a book sign certifying that the book belongs to the owner). P.V. Pichugin can be called a recognized master bookplate: in 2008 he won the Gdansk Lions International Competition Bookplate Book in Poland.
All the works of P.V. Pichugin are distinguished by high professionalism and mastery of performance. The artist in his work continues and develops the traditions of the Russian school, which has always been distinguished by the perfection of its art form and spirituality of figurative content.
The opening of the exhibition concludes with a concert “Masterpieces of Ancient Music”. The program includes vocal and instrumental works by I. Bach, G. Handel, W. Mozart, C. Franck, G. Stölzel accompanied by the Moscow musical and theatrical group “Time Forward”.
The exhibition will run from January 26 to March 10, 2019 at the premises of the Information and Educational and Exhibition Center of the KIIA (103 Lenin St.).
The museum is open from 10.00 to 18.00, on Saturday from 11.00 to 19.00. Monday is the day off. Contact phone - 8 (4842) 56-38-20.
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