NAZARENKO Tatiana G.( Artist)
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Biography NAZARENKO Tatiana G.
Born June 24, 1944 in Moscow.
Graduated from Moscow State Art Institute. VISurikova in 1968.
From 1969 to 1972 he worked in the studio at the Academy of Arts of the USSR.
C 1969 a member of the Union of Artists.
Winner of State Prize of Russia in 1993
. Collections where works
. Works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow,
. State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg,
. art museums in Saratov, Vologda, Kiev, Arkhangelsk, Perm, Nikolaeva, Bryansk, Novokuznetsk, Novosibirsk, Elista, Rostov-on-Don, Bratislava, Rostock, Berlin, Sofia,
. P. Ludwig Museum, Aachen, Germany,
. private collections in Germany, France, Finland, Turkey, Italy, Britain, Spain, Portugal, USA,
. fund Cremona, fund Weismann in the U.S.
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1975 5 Moscow artists. Moscow;
1978 3 Moscow artist 3 generations. Berlin, Rostock, Schwerin, Halle. Germany;
1981 23 Moscow artists. Central House of Artists. Moscow;
1982 Russische Malereiheut. Thoma Levy Galerie. Hamburg. Germany;
1982-83 Exhibition of Soviet artists from the collection of P. Ludwig. Cologne, Lubeck, Rebenzburg, Mines. Germany; Vienna. Austria; Tiburg. Netherlands; Onstad, Hovikodon. Sweden;
1984 Russische kunst des zwanzigsten jahnunderts. Sammu long Seemjonow Galeria der stadt essfibgen an Neckar. Germany;
1986 Art of Moscow. West Berlin;
1986 Kunstlerinnenaus der sowjetunion. Kunsthalle Recklinghausen. Germany;
1987 Contemporary Soviet Art. Selection from c. Norton T. Dodge. Kennesaw College Art Gallery. USA;
1987 Personal exhibition. Odessa, Kiev, Lviv. Ukraine;
1987 - 88 Solo exhibition. Leverkusen, Bremen, Oldenburg. Germany;
1988 Russian avant-garde and modern art. Auction Sotheby's. Moscow;
1988 Sowjetkunst heute. Museum P. Ludwig. Cologne. Germany;
1988 International images. Cevikley. Pennsylvania. U.S.
1989 Von der revolution zur perestroika. The works of Soviet artists from the collection of P. Ludwig. Barcelona. Spain;
1989 Personal exhibition. Central House of Artists. Moscow;
1990 Personal exhibition. Gallery Soho. Boston. U.S.
1990 Moscow theasures and traditions. Seattle. U.S.
1990 Moscow - Washington. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow;
1990 The quest for self expression. Painting in Moscow and Leningrad 1965-1990. Columbus museum of art. Columbus, Ohio, USA;
1990 26 artists from Moscow and Leningrad. Central Exhibition Hall of Artists Union of the RSFSR. St. Petersburg
1990 Frammenti d `arte contemporanea 32 protagonisti daol USSR. Rome;
1991 Figuration-Critique. Grand Palais. France;
1991 Washington - Moscow Art exchange exhibition. Garneqie Library. Washington;
1991 Artistas rusos contemporaneos. Satiago de Compostela. Spain;
1991 Pintusa russae sovietica em Portugal de Nicolay IIa Gorbachev. Castel de Leirea. Leirea. Portogal; 1992 Expo-92. Barcelona. Spain;
1992 Personal exhibition. Gallery Fernando Duran. Madrid;
1993 Son reveals the nature of things. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow;
1993 Tatiana's Day. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow;
1993 Personal exhibition. Gallery Gregory. U.S.
1993 Personal exhibition. Gallery Today. Moscow;
1994 Personal exhibition. Russian Gallery. Tallinn. Estonia.
. 1995 Gregory Gallery, New York, USA
. 1995 Studio Gallery, Moscow
. 1996 Central House of Artists, Moscow
. 1996 State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow Palette Gallery
. 1997 Central Exhibition Hall Manege, Moscow
. 1997 Gallery M
. Gelman, Moscow
1997 State Museum of Fine Arts. Pushkin, Moscow
1997 Gallery "EXIT-ART", Cologne, Germany
... I work in order to express something important for me. I would love to be understood - although not necessarily exactly how I thought of his work. It is important to convey the overall structure of his plan.
All the time I do one of variations on the same theme - the theme of loneliness. Loneliness seems to me one of the greatest human dramas. In different works - a large historical paintings, the portraits or genre scenes - this topic is much defines my canvas. I think about how terrible loneliness, as it heavily, and how inevitably lies in wait for man in different situations of life.
. Making people think, to encourage them to empathize with - this is the main objective of my work ...
. Usually, I get down to the canvas, when the picture is completely thought out and formed in my head
. Sometimes, from conception to execution may take a year or two - is irrelevant.
. If the impression from what is seen very much and I think that picture will be shown a lot of people, I first draw - on a piece of paper on a restaurant napkin, in a word, on anything that might be at hand
. I usually do not move away from the original plan and only enrich the canvas with some details ...
What worries me, I must leave on the canvas, or at least on a piece of paper. This is my life. While the plan will not be on the canvas, I can not get rid of him, as a mother who is waiting for a child. By the pictures after and treated as children - they leave the shop, leaving me, have their fate - a happy, unhappy ...
. I think real art begins where there is a secret, a certain reticence, thanks to which each man loved by disclosing only thing carries a charm to it ...
. Creating a picture, as if summing up to some point in their lives
. Anyway, I have many canvases happened exactly. Failed thing interferes live, worry and reminds of itself, so it feels its responsibility to the life that gave you the possibility of creativity.
Creative star Tatyana Nazarenko outbreak of Russian art in the sky bright and unexpectedly at the beginning of the seventies. Her spiritual glow does not decrease and does not dissolve in time. The world of images and language of painting the artist is largely due to certain historical attitudes, to create that atmosphere in which awakens our understanding of human nature. If you visualize the picture gallery and Nazarenko from historical genres and "Masquerade" slapstick, to portraits and still lifes, . all of them will be located as if on a timeless plane meaningful, . regardless of the specificity and thoroughness of playing some attributes and the realities of past and present.,
. The works of Tatyana Nazarenko have a special magnetism, they are connected not only with memories of such events, but also pointing to the future
. Her work excite the imagination of its audience mnogoassotsiativnostyu, metaphors ...
. In her paintings appear, . if resurrected, . heroes of ancient events, . but they have seen outside of specific time parameters, . possible because, . it gives them the features inherent to itself, . trying to connect the specific historical character and destiny with the virtues and vices of our generation,
. Thus, Nazarenko goes to a special level of artistic synthesis, allowing the use of universal human concepts and values, even in situations purely private life.
. Arguing about creativity Nazarenko in historical and philosophical perspective, one can not ignore the purely pictorial, plastic dignity of her works
. It bears long plans of his paintings, mentally improving the scene's plot, arranging the necessary semantic accents. At the same time it already represents the future composition of the drama of color, light accompaniment severely restrained, solemn chorus of colors. Picturesque style Nazarenko absorbed and artistic techniques of old masters, with their notions of luminous color, texture, and the opening of the plastic introduced into the art of the twentieth century. As noted, . Nazarenko sees the future now before the, . her brush touches the canvas, . so it works distinguished by their rational imaginative solutions, . color and of composition, . and within this static harmony passions seethe, . experiences,
A. Dekhtyar "Young artists of the 70-ies, ed. "Soviet Artist", 1979;
A. Kamensky Tatyana Nazarenko, "Journal" Bildende kunst ", N1, 1976;
A. Morozov, Tatyana Nazarenko. New Names. "Edition. "Soviet Artist", 1978;
Gambrell Samey "Soviet Art Today", the magazine "Art in Amerika", November 1985;
L. Krichevskaya "Pictures of Tatyana Nazarenko," the magazine "Artist", N6, 1982;
A. Yakymovych "Historical songs and genres T. Nazarenko, "magazine" Soviet Painting ", N5, 1982;
In. Lebedeva, Tatyana Nazarenko Painting ", the magazine" Soviet Union Today "(in German я¦пT.), N10, 1987;
Catalog solo exhibition, 1988;
A. Morozov, Tatyana Nazarenko, Leningrad, ed. "Aurora", 1988;
. Catalog of the auction "Sotheby` s "," Russian Avant-Garde and Soviet Contemporary Art ", 1988;
. Weiss Evelin "Sowjet kunst teute Cologne", Museum Ludwig, 1988;
. Matthew Gullern Bown "Contemporary Russian Art", Phaidon Press Limited, Oxford, Great Britain, 1988;
. Lebedeva, Tatyana Nazarenko, ed. "Soviet Artist", 1991.
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