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"Christmas stories"

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Christmas stories

13 December - 30 January

This exhibition showcases more than 50 masterpieces of the most significant artists of the second half of the xx century A. Buldygin, V. Sevostyanov, L. Malafeevskij, U. Jarkov, V. Dynnikov, and others. All of them are participants of different Russian and international exhibitions. Their works can be found in art museums and private collections worldwide.

The exhibition will enable visitors to investigate pieces of art (both painting and graphic works) everyone of which could be called a pictorial christmas story. All the artworks are different in genre, manner, technique that allows to reveal the great range of styles and trends in modern Russian art.

The exhibition also represents some etchings by Honored painter of Russia U. Tkachev as well as sculpture by Petr Mavshov.

Category: Gallery » Exhibitions » Exhibitions 2011-2012

 

Not Invented

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Not Invented

11 November 10 December 2011

"TNK Art" Gallery is pleased to present one of the outstanding exhibition projects Not Invented.

The exhibition showcases current trends of modern classical art, presented in artworks by Dmitry Surin, Anton Ivanov, Michael Gilenkov, Urij Malanenkov and Vladimir Chehlov. They are all Famous Russian painters, brilliant colourists and bright representetives of the Moscow painting school.

The visitors are enabled to take a look at more than 60 pieces of art and to plunge into the atmosphere of genuine art when painting is a reflection of visible, an embodiment of general meaning of our life.

All painters are participants of numerous exhibitions in Russia and abroad. Their artworks can be found in state and private collections in Russia and abroad.

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"As a dream was built"

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As a dream was built

October 12November 5

"TNK Art" Gallery is pleased to present one of the exhibition projects of the season - "The lost names".

"TNK Art" gallery represents pieces of art by Soviet Russian painter Aleksey Lopukhin.

Aleksey Lopukhins pieces of works were created in socialist realism style. His works were lost and found again after 30 years of oblivion. The artist didn`t have time to show his paintings to public because of his yearly death.

The painter was burn in a small village near the Moscow. In 1950th he studied in the Surikov Art Institute in Moscow. He also took part in numerous local exhibitions in his own town.

His works were well known among his contemporaries in the Soviet Union. His creations are lyric, life and full of memories and nostalgia.

The visitors have chance to touch the world of Soviet reality, distant and near at the same time.

Category: Gallery » Exhibitions » Exhibitions 2011-2012

 

Expression

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 "Expression: The State Russian Museum the TNK Art gallery

 9 September 1 October 

"TNK Art" Gallery is pleased to open the exhibition season with one of the outstanding projects - "Expression". This is a solo display of artworks by Doctor of art Gregory Dembovski one of the significant painters of the present. He was afforded the honour of representing current trends of present-day Russian art in the State Russian museum. Gregory Dembovski is one of the intriguing names for contemporary audience. He is neither a "traditionalist nor a "contemporary painter. Having experienced the influence of the famous "Moscow painting style of the XIX-XX century he developed his own manner of painting rather closed to German expressionism as well as French fauvism. Gregory Dembovskis painting is not a kind of narrative art, but parable used as the essentials of all his creativity. Gregory Dembovski was born in Moscow in 1955. He is a participant of numerous exhibitions in Russia and abroad including the auction of Soviet art in Chicago (1991), displays in the Contemporary Art Museum in Madrid, Art Salon in Geneva. His artworks can be found in state and private collections in Moscow and abroad. Project curator Kira Krein.

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From reality to fiction

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From reality to fiction

The TNK Art gallery is pleased to invite you to its new exposition From reality to fiction that starts on 29 april 2011.

The project presents more than 50 works by Russian artists from different regions of Russia. All of them are participants of different Russian and international exhibitions. Their works can be found in art museums and private collections worldwide.

The exhibition includes a range of works in various media painting, sculpture, drawings created in the past decade, and will feature artists who are all important figures in the modern art scene.

The key theme selected for the exhibition is the transformation and interplay of fiction and reality notions, that the past decade forced us to review.

All works displayed are not only reflective of the true Russian nature, but they have enough creative potential to show the ways of modern Russian art development.

Category: Gallery » Exhibitions » Exhibitions 2010-2011

 

Interpretation

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Interpretation

March 25 - April 23
"TNK Art" gallery represents pieces of art by one of the most interesting Russian painter Andrei Zhevakin.

"TNK Art" Gallery is pleased to present one of the outstanding exhibition projects of the season - "Interpretation".
Andrei Zhevakins world perception could be called a romantic one. His works are full of reflection of the eternal questions, of man and his mission in life. The painters drama is based on the existence dynamics and renunciation of the world. The visitors are enabled to take a look at such sort of emotional harmony from within, to catch its incompleteness in time and space.

Typical of many of his works fragmentary composition, special generalized manner of painting, variety of textures give importance and internal meaning even to ordinary subjects.

Recent art pieces by Andrew Zhevakin is a kind of successful creative search in composition as well as in emotional expressiveness.

Andrei Nikolaevich Zhevakin was born in Ivanovo in 1958.
In 1977 he graduated from the Ivanovo Art College and in 1986 from the Moscow School of Industrial and Applied Art (former Stroganov).
Since 1988 he lives and works in Yaroslavl.
In 1991 he was admitted to the Union of Russian Artists.
He was awarded diplomas of the Union of Russian Artists (1999, 2008g.g.) Diploma of the mayor of Yaroslavl (2003), Diploma of the Governor of Yaroslavl Region (2008), Diploma of the Culture Hall in Yaroslavl (2008)
Andrei Nikolaevich Zhevakin is one of the outstanding members of the artists union "Alley", which was formed in Yaroslavl 16 years ago and actively participates in the development and promotion of modern Russian art.
His works are held in the museum collections in the city of Yaroslavl, Petrozavodsk, Ivanovo, Vologda, Pskov, in the art gallery the Hanau (Germany), in private collections in Russia, France, USA and Sweden, Britain, China, etc.

Category: Gallery » Exhibitions » Exhibitions 2010-2011

 

The view from within

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The view from within

17 February- 18 March 2011

The display showcases works by Honored painter of Russia Vladimir Sevostianov. Its his first solo exhibition in Moscow.

Having experienced the influence of the famous Vladimir painting school, Sevostianov developed his own manner of art. His friend V. Dynnikov once wrote in his diary: theres neither excessive action, nor over exaggerated plot in Sevostianov painting. In each art piece therere only references, valuable for their manner of painting, style. Colours play one of the important roles in Sevostianov painting concept. Painting is not in multicolour bur in utmost expressiveness of each colour, in their harmony.

Trying various techniques (painting, graphics), the artist achieved a very special effect of perception. He aims at grasping the very essence of the objects, their inner life and then embodies it with a help of colours. I paint not the subject but my impulse of feelings. Thus we look on this world from inside.

Vladimir Sevostianov was born in Leninsk-Kuznetsky in 1952; in 1976 the young artist graduated from High School of Art in Penza and in 1977 he moved to Vladimir where he met the leading artists of the 60s. Through 1980, he collaborated with Petr Dick (1939-2002) and Victor Dynnikov (1939-2005).

Vladimir Sevostianov is a participant of more than 100 exhibitions in Russia and abroad including 10 personal shows. The works can be found in the collections of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Center of Fine Arts in Vladimir, Museum of Fine Arts in Murom, Gallery of Fine Arts in Erlangen (Germany), American Institute of Graphic Arts (USA), as well as private collections around the world.

Category: Gallery » Exhibitions » Exhibitions 2010-2011

 

Winter laces

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Winter laces

13 January - 11 February, 2011

This exhibition showcases more than 40 masterpieces of the most significant artists of the second half of the xx century A. Buldygin, V. Sevostyanov, L. Malafeevskij, U. Jarkov, V. Dynnikov, V. Fomjuk and others. All of them are participants of different Russian and international exhibitions. Their works can be found in art museums and private collections worldwide.

The exhibition enables visitors to investigate pieces of art (both painting and graphic works) that are unified by the Russian winter theme. All the artworks are different in genre, manner, technique that allows to reveal the great range of styles and trends in modern Russian art.

The exhibition also represents some etchings by Honored painter of Russia U. Tkachev. His art pieces show the beauty of the Russian countryside in winter.

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Charmed Wanderer

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Charmed Wanderer 9 December - 29 December 2010

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Masters of Vladimir painting school

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Masters of Vladimir painting school

28 October 25 November

This exhibition showcases the most significant artists of the second half of the xx century K. Britov, V. Ukin, V. Kokurin, N. Modorov, A. Lukin, V. Egorov and others. They were the first and the one to invent and explore new ways of painting.

Using bright pastose touches, various combinations of texture and flat areas of local saturated colours Vladimir painters created unforgettable views of Russian provincial cities.

The exhibition features works by founders of Vladimir painting school as well as the major practitioners of their unique technique, turning to the recognized Masters end learning from their uses of colour and line. The display also includes the most recent paintings of contemporary Vladimir artists.

Category: Gallery » Exhibitions » Exhibitions 2010-2011