Exhibition "Intergenerational Communication. Nikolai Andriyaka and Sergey Andriyaka" Automatic translate
с 25 Января
по 25 Февраля
Калужский музей изобразительных искусств
ул. Ленина, 103
January 25 at 16:00 in the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts will open the exhibition of works of the Honored Artist of the RSFSR Nikolai Ivanovich Andriyaka and his son - the Russian watercolor artist, Artistic Director of the School of Watercolors, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation Sergei Nikolaevich Andriyaka “Communication of Generations”.
The creative path of Nikolai Ivanovich Andriyaka (1905-1977), a remarkable artist and teacher, can be divided into several periods. The formation years of the master coincided with the period of the 20s of the XX century, when a wave of debate over the construction of a "new culture" swept society. First, Nikolai Andriyaka studied in Moscow - in the studio of the artist D.N. Kardovsky, and then in Leningrad - with the professor of painting at the Academy of Arts A.I.Savinov. The next stage, the most significant in the artist’s creative biography, was the years of World War II. In 1941, he volunteered for the front, fought, was awarded the Order of the Red Star and medals, worked as an artist in a front-line newspaper. Often to the nearest room it was urgent to draw a soldier who distinguished himself in battle. In the post-war heritage of the master, 84 portraits were preserved, for which the artist was posed not just by a specific person, but it seems the era. Character traits that formed in wartime, such as self-discipline, the ability to quickly and accurately make decisions, and persistence in achieving the goal, helped him in peacetime. The post-war period is the longest and filled with joy, freedom of being. This time was associated with teaching at the art school at the Moscow Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov, to which he devoted most of his life. A talented artist and teacher, who personally went through and understands all the complexity, and all the hardships of the long and difficult road to Art, he devoted himself to him, combining creativity and teaching.
Artist Sergey Nikolaevich Andriyaka was born in Moscow in 1958. The father had a great influence on the formation of his son’s work. Under his strict guidance, his son trained visual memory, mastered various techniques, including watercolor. Together with his father, Sergey painted the old Moscow, and in the summer went to creative practice.
After graduating from art school at the Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov, Sergey Andriyaka continued his studies at the Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov at the faculty of painting. Since 1977, combined studies with teaching. Since 1996 Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. Over the years, he worked in various techniques: oil, gouache, tempera, performed monumental paintings in the technique of mosaics, stained glass, etching, painted on porcelain and enamel. He participated in the restoration of the temple of Tryphon the Martyr in Moscow. Since the 1990s the main for the artist is multi-layer watercolor painting. In 1999, the Moscow State School of Watercolors Sergei Andriyaka (with a museum and exhibition complex) was opened. Currently, the artist is its leader. Sergey Nikolaevich followed in the footsteps of his father not only in his work, but also in his teaching work. By decision of the Government of Moscow, on September 12, 2012, the Moscow State Academy of Watercolor and Fine Arts was opened - a new type of educational institution that continues the best traditions of classical academic education and, at the same time, adapted to modern artistic culture. The Academy is called upon to serve the noble task of preserving the experience of masters of the past and the development of academic traditions in art.
The exhibition presents about 50 works of different years, performed in painting and graphic techniques. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to compare the magnificent and fascinating works of father and son, which are united by a special common feature - love for the homeland, its nature and people.
Exhibition “Communication of generations. Nikolai Andriyaka and Sergey Andriyaka ”works from January 25 to February 25, 2018, at the address: st. Lenin, 103. The museum is open daily from 10:00 to 18:00, on Saturday - from 11:00 to 19:00. Monday is the day off. The last Friday of the month is a sanitary day. Phone: 56-28-30, 56-38-20.
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