SHATALOV Andrei( Artist)
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Biography SHATALOV Andrei
Born July 27, 1961 in Ufa.
In 1984 he graduated from the Ufa Aviation Institute.
In 1990 he graduated from Tashkent State Theater and Art Institute. A. Ostrovsky.
He worked as a theatrical designer, designs, book graphic
. Collections where works
. Works are in the gallery "Art Nouveau" in Moscow,
. Gallery "Mistral" in London,
. Ministry of Culture of Uzbekistan
. private collections in Russia, Britain, Belgium, Germany, Israel, Spain, USA, France, South Korea, Japan
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1991 All-Union Exhibition graphics. Moscow;
1991 EXPOTEATR. Cultural Center of Peter's lines. Moscow;
1991-94 Exhibitions of paintings in the gallery "Art Nouveau". Moscow;
1992 All-Union Exhibition of the picture. Moscow;
1992 Exhibition Gallery "Atrium". Moscow;
1992-95 Exhibitions in the gallery "Mistral". London;
1993 Exhibition Gallery "Galina". Germany
. Autobiographical notes
. Creativity is my way of knowledge - of the world, myself, my relationship to the world - the concept of structural and gravitational relationship to the universe and man.
. Still Life - "dead nature" - as traditionally understood that phrase
. In reality it is much deeper and more accurately - "still life" - the frozen kind, in contrast to the moving nature - human. This understanding of the world as a living, flowing, glowing almost lost, we are accustomed to see the world "solidified" and only sometimes able to sleep in the revelation to see the objects alive, they glow, an aura. In such a state of changing perspective - "a way of perception of space". The great culture of mankind - the Egyptian, Russian, Chinese, Latin American - the list goes on - painted objects such as a twisted, visible simultaneously from different points. Such understanding comes to modern science. I was led to this study of "classical" disciplines within the engineering and architecture: mathematics, especially geometry, gas dynamics, thermodynamics, prospects. It is interesting that a change in design changes and the light. He soon perceived as the glow items.
Catalog of the exhibition "Drawing - 91", Moscow, izd. "Soviet Artist", 1991, p. 17;
K. Koltyshev "Suffice it to four-color", newspaper "Your Guide", N11, October-November, 1994, p.. 7-8.