The exhibition "In the footsteps of the Golden Horseman. The Territory of Ugra". 0+ automatic translate
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In the gallery "Nagornaya" of the Association "Exhibition Halls of Moscow" with the support of the Surgut Art Museum, Center for Arts and Crafts in the city of Khanty-Mansiysk, MGHPA named after SG The Stroganov Department of Art at Moscow State University and the Moscow House of Nationalities opened the exhibition “In the footsteps of the Golden Horseman. The territory of Ugra ”, the purpose of which is to acquaint viewers with the unique culture of the north of Russia.
The exhibition is dedicated to archeology and mythology underlying northern pictorial traditions. The mythology of the indigenous peoples of the north (including the Khanty and Mansi) brought by the golden horsemen of ancient Ugra, the Scythians, was taken as the starting point.
The exhibition is presented in two parts. The first one is a photo project of the Surgut art museum “Myth of Myth”, presented by 45 works of photographers from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg and Surgut. The concept of the photo project harmoniously combines ancient artifacts found on the territory of Ugra, and modern art of photography and design, the mythology of the indigenous peoples of Ugra and its modern interpretation. In 2017, the project was presented in the framework of the III International Congress of Traditional Artistic Culture, held under the auspices of the Russian Federation and UNESCO in Khanty-Mansiysk.
The second part of the exhibition consists of 17 dolls in national costumes of the Ugra region (Russian, Khanty, Mansi), made by masters of the Center for Arts and Crafts of the city of Khanty-Mansiysk. The collection reveals symbolic unity in the diversity of national images.
As part of the exhibition’s event program, a round table, master classes, a quest, as well as curator tours are planned.
The participants of the photo project are Svetlana Kruglova, Tatyana Shvetsova-Yaperova, Alexey Skripin, Anna Lyubimova, Vladimir Dubrovsky, Evgeny Bashty, Polina Petrenko.
Project consultants - Olga Bubnovene, director of the Center for Arts and Crafts in Khanty-Mansiysk; Vladimir Koshaev, Professor of the Faculty of Arts, Moscow State University and the Academy. S. Stroganov.
The project curator is Alla Kharitonova.
Date: January 25, 2018 - February 24, 2019.
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 11: 00–20: 00
Cost: 100 p. (50 rubles. - discount ticket)