Gribanova Marina( Russian stage designer)
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Biography Gribanova Marina
Gribanova, Marina (p. 1945), Russian stage designer. Born April 28, 1945 in Moscow. In 1970 she graduated from the Stroganov Higher Industrial Art School in Moscow. Since 1970 works as a production designer Puppet Theater. Continuing collaborated with director V. Stein, a co-author of almost all his performances. From 1973 to 1983 worked at the Bashkir State Puppet Theater, which has issued 16 productions, including "White Ship" by Chingiz Aitmatov, "Do not throw fire, Prometheus! M. Karim, Halima M. Gafuri his novel "Chernolikie". At the same time, the designer was in the puppet theaters in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ufa, Elista, Izhevsk, Smolensk, Tambov, Vladimir.
In 1989, together with Stein in Moscow theater has created a children's book 'Magic Lamp', it mostly works by the artist. Here she created performances of works by A. Tolstoy, A. Milne, G., H.Andersena, S. Marshak. Special place in her work occupies performances "Light my mirror, say:" to "Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights" and "The Captain's Daughter" by Alexander Pushkin's story, "Boy Motl" by Sholom Aleichem. Language Gribanova poetic, rich in metaphors and yet succinct. Artist boldly uses different technologies and types of dolls, an innovative system combines the new with the traditional. Works well in the genre of poster. As an artist, puppet participated in the production of feature films "Do not leave!" (1989, dir. L. Nechaev), "Mad Lori" (1991, dir. Nechaev).