Posin Alaksandar( Artist)
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Biography Posin Alaksandar
Born in 1957 in Ufa.
In 1977 he graduated from the sculpture department of the Leningrad Art College. Serov.
Collections where works
His works are in State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg,
meeting of the Union of Artists of Russia,
private collections of Charles and Gerda Aymermahera Tserhuzena, Germany.
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1989 Outside the genre. Youth Palace. Moscow and Leningrad;
1991 Second All-Union Exhibition of sculptures. Central House of Artists. Moscow;
1992 Second Biennial of Art in St. Petersburg. Gallery Ariadne. St. Petersburg;
1992 City. Exhibition Hall "Manege". St. Petersburg;
1992 Portrait in the interior. Exhibition Hall "Manege". St. Petersburg;
1992 Fathers and Sons. History Museum S-Petersburg. St. Petersburg;
1993 Exhibition Furniture. Cologne. Germany;
1993 All Petersburg. Exhibition Hall "Manege". St. Petersburg;
1993 Garderop. Exhibition Hall "Manege". St. Petersburg.
This absurd and life surrounding us, and personal unfreedom, and humor, as the only way to take it all and survive.
The city gradually destroys cottage Petersburg suburb. The eyes and under the arms all the time come across the wreckage of the former human existence: beams, doors, window frames, buckets, baskets, etc.. All this and becomes a sculptor. V. Pozina original form and test the quality of his sculptures: he believes that it is difficult to do anything better than that found by the toilet or growing tree. Using these initial forms, in conjunction with the ability to handle the tree quickly, allows you to make complex three-dimensional structures, building up the elements to capture, thus increasing the space
. L. Tershina
. Journal of Decorative Arts ", N2 and N5, 1990;
. "We are so waiting for you, the monument", the newspaper Sovetskaya Bashkortostan, 30 May 1992;
. Memory keeps the pain ", the newspaper" Evening Ufa ", June 3, 1992;
. "... and not be comforted, because they do not ...", journal Volga - Ural" N21 (42) in June 1992.