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Evening programs VMDPNI Museum Center on Thursdays and Saturdays (September - November 2015)

for youth and adult audience


Pictures of Lucy Voronova - whether young women, beautiful landscapes, deposits of fruits and vegetables on the table - different in any particular composition and abundance of joyful perception of the world. "Constantly I draw. Everything I do - I do for painting. All of my research - that the search itself in painting. This is my way of understanding the world and ourselves. I'm interested in people. The man, his inner world - a space, and it is infinitely different people - different ... infinite cosmos is in every human being. I'm curious to know it in ourselves and in others to guess. "- Says the artist about his work.


The new joint exhibition of the Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art Galleries "Lorie" and Galleries "Zamoskvorechye" continues the series of exhibitions devoted to painting and graphic art of the XX century. Thematic exhibition immerses the viewer into the imaginative world of the Soviet period, tells the story of ordinary working people who have become the main source of inspiration Soviet masters, with their daily deeds, minutes of rest, holidays, hobbies and sports achievements. The exhibition presents a portrait and genre painting and graphics 1930 - 1980, which is often taken to refer to the social realism as the artistic method and slogan.


More than eight centuries Moscow is the heart of Russia, were born here or have received its development are numerous crafts, including the artistic forging. For centuries, blacksmithing skills honed and perfected, and the beginning of XX century art forging Russia reached the highest technical and artistic level. In the early 90s a group of artists decided to found metal smiths creative union of artists who, in the end, there was July 7, 1991 under the name of the Moscow Union of Creative Artists Kuznetsov.


16 - 19 September in Krakow hosted an international conference ICOMAM & ICDAD. Theme of the discussion was diplomatic gifts and artifacts of worldwide exhibitions as a means of artistic and cultural exchange between nations and states. Among the speakers was Elena Titova.


The project arose from a desire to see in the museum not only the permanent exhibition, thathas not changed for many years, but a renewal, via the introduction of the new, the active,the real, without destroying the already existing exhibition that is the result of sustained workover many years. The idea of the introduction of works of contemporary art into thepermanent exhibitions of classical museums is not new. However, the theme, ‘intervention’came into being contextually, especially for All-Russian Decorative Art Museum. Thepieces, made by artists specifically for this exhibition, penetrate directly into the themedrooms, the exhibits of which barely change. With the help of the interaction of contemporarypieces and museum exhibits we want to see the continuity and evolutionary development ofart and to get a sense of the time in which we live.


The exhibition's title in Esperanto indicates a natural tendency of people to the arrangement of his life on the same footing and inaccessibility of such arrangement. Any conditions of the good life can come true only in specific interiors decorated with certain objects. The works of all the participants of the exhibition demonstrate the universal features of everyday items - borrow the form of everyday items (lamps, bunches of flowers), allude to the inhabitants of the interior (clothing), use images, decorating and mark up the habitable interiors (patterns of carpets and wallpaper, navigation design) - and with those not limited to their functionality, giving the spectator the freedom of imagination.The exhibition will include works by Leonid Larionov Oleg Frolov Natalia Tarr, Karin Foshar, Lutakova Lazar et al.


The "School of Traditional Culture" is designed to introduce children and their parents to the roots of traditional culture. The program aims to familiarize children with the Russian folk culture.


The project represents artists of different generations and discursive units (formulated or merely guessed), but united by a symbolic time and place - the USSR "Brezhnev" era, transformed into "young state" under the name of the Russian Federation. Vyacheslav Sysoev, Vladislav Mamyshev Monroe, Igor Meglitsky Alexey Belyaev-Gintovt, Timur Novikov Dmitry Plavinsky Victor Tikhomirov, Vladimir Mironenko (Comrade Y) - the artistic trajectory of each somehow correlated with this turning point the recent history of the country.