Makarenko Viktor Nikolaevich( Artist)
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Biography Makarenko Viktor Nikolaevich
Born in 1937. Completed a thorough artistic education: Odessa Art School, the Novocherkassk Polytechnic Institute, Moscow Higher Industrial Art School named. Stroganoff.
Professional artist, author of many printing, architectural and design development of the poster, books, interior design, advertising. Author of articles on color, composition in art and architecture.
Honored Artist of Russia.
Lives and works in Moscow.
Collections where works
His works are in museums and private collections in Russia, Italy, France, Holland, Great Britain, Greece, Japan, USA, Tunisia, India, Bahrain, Tanzania, Saudi Arabia, etc..
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
More than 50 personal exhibitions in 23 countries.
I am an artist, a realist and a creative quest repelled from the foundations of classical painting, drawing, composition, color, transfer status, mood, philosophy. But in contrast to Ivanov, 30 years to write "The Appearance of Christ to the people" in an effort to bring the painting to the incredible realism, I am convinced that it is impossible to materialize the state of contact. I am a supporter of associative art, expressed in the expression - closer to me than the elastic metal spatula, rather than a thin brush. Lightly marked line, fuzzy picture, but the presence of very large paintings evoke emotion, pushing people to think.
For a long time collecting material, nurtured idea, well, and the process of work goes quickly. When I write, do not think how to write - just off. One winter day with a pillar has written two studies, and only then noticed that I primerzli boots:
: I believe in the paint, hands, mind. I believe in the inexhaustible spiritual, physical, mental resources of the person
. Yu Bychkov, "The feeling and opinion", Moscow artist, N17 (1453), 23 April 1993, P.3, Moscow;
. "On the eve of opening day, our painters, N8, August, 1999, p.8, Moscow;
. V. Svalnova, "I believe in the paint, hands, mind," Over the Kaluga Gate, N1 (137), 13-19 January 2000, p.12, Moscow;
. Catalogs more than 50 personal exhibitions.