BULGAKOV Olga( Artist)
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Biography BULGAKOV Olga
Born January 30, 1951.
Graduated from Moscow State Art Institute. VISurikova in 1975
. Collections where works
. Works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow,
. State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg,
. Museum of Contemporary Art in Sofia,
. P. Ludwig Museum, Germany,
. Zimmerli Art museum, New Jersey, USA,
. private collections
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1976 "Self-Portrait in Russian and Soviet art". The State Tretyakov Gallery;
1979 International Competition for Young Artists (Grand Prix). Sofia;
1981 Exhibition of twenty-three. Moscow;
1990 Gallery International Images "Bulgakova.Sitnikov". Sevikli. U.S.
1982 International Biennale in Venice. Italy
1988 Exhibition of works from the collection of P. Ludwig. Museum Ludwig P.. Cologne. Germany;
1988 International Exhibition of Modern Art. Bologna. Italy
1988 Exhibition of Moscow Artists. London;
1991 Painting in Moscow and Leningrad artists. Art Museum. Columbus. Ohio. U.S.
1991-92 Liquid. Brittle. Solid. Exhibition of Soviet Artists. Program "Chernobyl". UNESCO. Florence. Italy
1993 Son reveals the nature of things. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow;
1994 Moscow Artists. New look. Moscow;
1994 The Charls Summer School Museum. Washington.
1994-95 The Charles Sumner School Museum & Archives "The True Russia". Washington.
1995 Group Exhibition. Museum of Charles Sumner. Washington.
1995 "Russian House". CHA. Moscow;
1996 Art Manege-96. Moscow.
I love fantasy art. And over the years more and more feel, how often it is close to the truth in its most incredible climax. If I try to name a few names - not only a favorite - they are many and they are all different - and those whose view of the world opens up that is so close to me - this will Hoffmann, Gogol, Maeterlinck.
. Life is a creative personality - "the adventure novel about the adventures of the soul among life.
. Art - a riddle, which explains the wisdom of life, but which itself can never be solved, because the secret lies in its basis
. And the eternal desire to approach it - the greatest pleasure and the greatest torment of the artist.
The desire for harmony and the impossibility of spiritual comfort in the world, constantly shaken apocalyptic anxiety, pain and joy of creation - those themes constantly worried Bulgakov. In the picturesque metaphors of the artist can often see the impact of icons ... The system of silhouettes, as if "absorbing" each other, flat forms of treatment, local color zone-casting - all gave the impression of internal dependencies, the unity of the figures. At the same time, flickering lines, the complex intertwining of hands, the fragility of children's feet leave the weightless feeling of anxiety, a sense of human vulnerability in the face of unknown danger ...
. B. Becker, G., Kohlberg, Aspekte Sowjetischer Kunst der Gegenwart: Sammlung Ludwig, Cologne: Greven & Bechtold GmbH, 1982 (exhibition catalog);
. M. Bone "Contemporary Russian Art", Philosophical Library, New York, 1989;
. Bulgakov's "On the origins of creativity", Journal of Soviet Painting ", N 7, 1986;
A. Degtyar On. Bulgakov A. Sitnikov "Time Regained", Journal of Creativity ", N1, 1980;
A. Kamensky "Romantic montage, Moscow, izd. "Soviet Artist", 1989;
B. Manin "World Drama, courageous," the magazine Ogonyok ", N12, March 1987;
L. Mochalov "Exhibition of works by twenty-six artists from Leningrad and Moscow, Leningrad, ed. "Artist of the RSFSR", 1990;
A. Morozov, "Generation of Young: Paintings of Soviet artists 1960 - 1980", Moscow, izd. "Soviet Artist", 1989;
. Catalog "The Quest for Self-Expression: Painting in Moscow and Leningrad 1965-1990", Columbus, Ohio, 1990; Catalog "Moscow Artists in London", the Ministry of Culture of the USSR, 1990;
. Catalog "Russische und Sowjetische Kunst: Tradition und Gegenwart", Ministry of Culture of the USSR, Deutsche Bank, 1984-85;
. N. Tamruchi, a collection of articles "space paintings, Moscow, izd
. "Soviet Artist", 1989;
Catalog "Sowietkunst Heute", Cologne, 1988.