The exhibition "Yuri Reshkin. Alexander Zimin. Dialogue in time" 13/12/2018 automatic translate
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December 13, 2018 Gallery «Artefice» opens the exhibition «Yuri Reshkin. Alexander Zimin. Dialogue in time. Viewers will see the works of two painters, a teacher and a student, whose artistic dialogue will help to trace the continuity and assess the individuality of each.
In art, the teacher always plays a big role in the development of the artist. He is a mentor and guide, pointing the right way to the young talent and helping him in the search for creative individuality.
The painter Alexander Zimin always gratefully remembers all the teachers with whom he studied - wonderful teachers and wonderful artists. But a special place among them is occupied by his first teacher, Yuri Arkadyevich Reshkin. He was the first to discover the world of art for his pupil. And the fact that Alexander Zimin chose painting as the main business of his life is his direct service.
Alexander Zimin was born on November 23, 1970 in Volkhov, Leningrad Region. In 1988 he graduated from secondary school of them. B.V. Johanson at the Academy of Arts. From 1992 to 1994 - volunteer at the Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. I.E. Repin, workshop prof. IN AND. Reyheta. Since 1999 - member of the Union of Artists of St. Petersburg. The first significant exhibition was held in Finland in 1994 (Koskengalleria, Imatra). Since then, he has participated in more than 60 exhibitions in Russia, USA, China, Finland, Greece, Estonia, Italy. Prize-winner of the landscape art festival ( Carmel, USA) - in 2001 and 2002. Teaching activity: since 2008 participated in the international educational project "Repin Institute in Kotka" (Finland), has repeatedly held master classes in painting in California (USA).
Yuri Reshkin was born in Leningrad in 1952. In 1982 he graduated from the Institute named after I.E. Repin (workshop under the leadership of DF Popov). Thesis in the CVC - sketches of scenery and costumes for the play B. Brecht "Caucasian Chalk Circle". The training took place at the picturesque faculty, qualified as an artist of the theater. Participant of exhibitions of the Union of Artists (1985-1993). In 1992, in the Museum of the School. IN AND. Mukhina (now the Academy named after A. L. Stieglitz) held a personal exhibition of Yuri Reshkin. In 1994 he emigrated to Israel. He died in 2008.