Exhibition "Increase or blow up" Automatic translate
с 19 Июля
по 10 Августа
Галерея Веры Погодиной “VP Studio”
Средний Кисловский пер. д.5/6, подъезд 2, код 39, цоколь, пом. 41.
The exhibition “Increase or blow up” is a homage to the series of paintings “Happy Friends”, as well as the exhibition of the same name, which was held with great success in St. Petersburg 11 years ago. This exhibition was the first personal project of Oleg Maslov after the collapse of the famous non-academic duo "Oleg and Victor".
Over the 11 years, the author undertook several lengthy creative expeditions to Morocco, where, like Yves Saint Laurent and Matisse, he admired the combinations of open flowers in folk art. Therefore, a series of paintings in 2018 was made in a more conventional eccentric manner, with acrylic. By resorting to the blow up method of some fragments of the main plot, the author takes us to childhood, when the holidays seemed endless, and country flowers bright and large.
About the artist. Oleg Maslov was born in 1965.
In 1980-84 he studied at the Penza Art College. K.A. Savitsky.
Participates in exhibitions since 1985. Member of the creative associations "New Wild", "New Artists", "Club of Mayakovsky’s Friends." One of the founders and professor of painting at the New Academy of Fine Arts. From 1993 to 2005, he worked with Viktor Kuznetsov. Oleg’s works are in the collections of the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), the Gasunie concern (Holland), the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, and in private collections in Russia and abroad. Lives and works in St. Petersburg.
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