Born in Tomsk in 1963.
. Krasnoselskoe graduated from art school class metal.
. Collections where works
. Works are in private collections in USA, Germany, France, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Argentina, Great Britain
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1993 Personal exhibition. Tuebingen. Germany;
1993 Personal exhibition. Ministry of External Relations of the Republic of Karelia. Timed to the Days of France in Petrozavodsk;
1994 Personal exhibition. School for children of employees of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow;
1995 Personal exhibition. U.S. Embassy in Moscow;
1995 Personal exhibition. Moscow Commercial Bank "Renaissance";
1995 Personal exhibition. Finnish National Museum of hunting;
1995 Joint exhibition (9 artists from Israel and Russia). Cochem. Germany;
1996 Personal exhibition. Russian Center for Science and Culture in Helsinki;
1998 Exhibition at Galleria Villa Nurminata. Finland;
1999 Exhibition at the Museum of Art in Torsbyu. 150 years Kalevala. Sweden;
1999 Exhibition at the Museum of Art in Karlstad. 150 years Kalevala. Sweden;
1999 Personal exhibition of Kalevala. Art Museum. Oslo. Norway;
1999 Personal exhibition in the center of the book fair in Gothenburg. 150 years Kalevala. Sweden;
1999 Personal exhibition at the Finnish Cultural Institute in Oslo. 150 years Kalevale. Norway.
I'm still working on the series, depicting animals, worshiped ancient Veps. For Vepsians Zaonezh'ja, for example, a sacred animal was the deer - there is a belief that it protects the village from the bear and wolf, and therefore did not kill him. Duck was considered a symbol of the sun at night, and a horse - the symbol of the sun day. This pagan shrines, and so we all share and understand.
I believe that society is absolutely not changed. People worship the television, tape recorder, money, and various beautiful things - anything, but not the soul and not God ... We all - the Gentiles are inherently. By the way, beautiful pictures - it is also paganism.
Creativity Vladimir Fomin
- integrated aesthetic system based on the principles of primitive art. It embodied the characteristics of many kinds of art primarily of the Finno-Ugric peoples. It also reflected the traditions of Russian cartoon lubok, which originated in Karelia in the XII century.
Igor Zahoroshko, the magazine "Life of Nationalities"
Moscow, N4-5, 1995, p. 22-23.
Journal "Schwabischen Tagblatt" N 198, Germany, 28.08.93, the
"It was called" champagne with a celebrity, advertising and newsletter, "The Wizard", N16, 1994;
S. Gromova "Researchers ornaments". The newspaper "Karelia, Russia, 10.06.95, the Personal Page