Ershov Dmitry( Artist)
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Biography Ershov Dmitry
Born in 1964 in Gorky, Russia.
. In 1983 he graduated from the Gorky Art school specialty teacher of drawing.
. In 1982 he graduated from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography specialty animator
Collections where works
His works are in private collections in Russia, Britain, Germany, Mexico, United States, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Japan.
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1988-89 18-19th Youth Exhibition. Moscow;
1993 Christmas Exhibition. Holy Danilov Monastery. Moscow;
1994 In each picture - house. State Scientific - Research Museum of Architecture. MUAR. Moscow;
1994 Steregushie fire. State Memorial Museum-Reserve "Polenovo". Province of Tula. Russia;
1994 Personal exhibition. Gallery "Re-Art". Moscow.
... Ershov - master, who, teambuilding exercises and fantasy, philosophical understanding of Russian province. However, their creative problem solving, in addition to canvas and oil paints the artist uses other materials. He makes frames for his paintings from the remains of old furniture, to create your decorative panels using the bottom of wooden Bochenkov, end-of-age. In one of his works - "Birds, fish" - successfully used texture and unique silver color - created by rain, wind and sun - the old board fence.
. Interest in provincial Russia, folklore, natural materials have Ershov not accidental
. The artist was born and arts education in the city of Gorky (Nizhny Novgorod), on completion of studies VGIK settled by Nicholas Vologda region, where the two-year stint in the revival of the Orthodox Church.
Magazine Tele-radio broadcasts ", N7, 1992, with. 50-55;
Catalog of the exhibition "In every picture - house, 1994;
A. Creators Architecture naive painting ", the newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets", 01.03.1994 (N40), p. 3;
"Artists were naive," the newspaper "Evening Club, 01-02.03.1994;
L. Lunin "Postmodern to the poor", the newspaper "Today", 03/03/1994;
A. Creators "Our locomotive forward flying", the newspaper "Russia", N2, 18-24 January, 1995, p.9.