Exhibition "Symbols and Traditions". Rinat Akhmetov Automatic translate
с 24 Января
по 24 Февраля
Национальная художественная галерея «Хазинэ»
Кремль, проезд Шейнкмана, 12, 3-й подъезд
The exhibition "Symbols and Traditions" is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the master of arts and crafts, a member of the "Union of Artists of Russia" Rinat Akhmetov.
Rinat Khametlatifovich Akhmetov was born on December 8, 1968 in the city of Kazan. In 1989, he graduated from the Kazan Art College with a degree in graphic design. Since 1997 he has been working in the workshops of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Tatarstan. Since 2012, he became interested in arts and crafts, began to work in the art of carving wood and metal.
At the exhibition opening in "Khazine" the exhibition presents works created by the author over the past five years. These are large-scale panels “Tugan Avylym”, “Sabantuy”, “Letters”, “Sports”, as well as jewelry: “Myths of the Ancient Bulgaria”, “Spring. Shrovetide ”,“ Umay. ”
In 2017, Rinat Akhmetov became the winner of the prestigious annual Prize of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Tatarstan named after Baki Urmanche in the field of fine, decorative and applied art and art criticism in the nomination “decorative art”, in 2018 he received a diploma for jewelry set “Spring. Shrovetide ”in the nomination“ Artistic Heritage of Russia ”in the Fourth All-Russian competition of author’s jewelry and stone-cutting art in Kaliningrad.
Rinat Akhmetov is a professional artist, masterfully mastering new methods of metal processing, subtly feeling the beauty of his color nuances. Using original methods of decoration, the artist in his works reveals the artistic and decorative qualities of the material. Turning to ancient national forms and ornaments, Rinat Akhmetov deeply comprehends traditional motifs and, styling them skillfully, gives them a modern meaning. His works are striking in the integrity of simple and clear forms, united by a wealth of ornamental motifs, which involuntarily refers us to the art of ancient masters who organically felt the connection of the subject and decor.
The exhibition "Symbols and Traditions", which opens in the Hazine Gallery on January 24, runs through February 24, 2019.