Video: The gallery "Roza Azora" will host an exhibition of ceramics and paintings by Dudi Sarabyanov
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
On May 15 the opening of the exhibition entitled "Babies & Cars" took place. This is an exhibition of paintings and ceramics by Dudi Sarabyanov. The Roza Azora gallery was chosen as the venue. The exhibits will be exhibited here within the framework of this exhibition for only two days.
On the website of the Dymov Ceramics company, which has become a partner of this exhibition, you can get acquainted with Sarabyanov's interview. In it, the artist talks about what is most interesting for him in ceramics is the process of waiting. After the product is sent to the oven, you just have to wait and guess what will come of it. The master himself says that every time the result comes as a surprise to him. He also said that no matter what is depicted on the product, be it patterns, random spots, ornaments, splashes or scene scenes, handmade ceramics are always pleasing to the eye.
At the exhibition, the master presents a series of portraits that are applied to round and oval dishes, saucers and plates. The author of the works invites you to look at his works, where he depicted "crooked" cars and portraits of young unfamiliar girls. The images were painted with glazes and pigments, after which the item was fired in an oven. By the way, the author says that visitors can not only admire his products, but also purchase the exhibits they like.
This ceramics exhibition was organized within the framework of the large project "Art Ceramics", which aims to show everyone a new look at contemporary art. He also has to connect the artist with ceramics. The organizers of the exhibition invite everyone to visit the exhibition and get acquainted with the works of the master Dudi Sarabyanov. They themselves call the exhibition "Babies & Cars" experimental and say that with its help they planned to contribute to the contemporary art of the Russian Federation and the whole world.
Andrei Sarabyanov was born into a family of art historians and artists Sarabyanov and Bruni in 1980. In 1992 he was educated at the Krasnopresnenskaya art school. Further training he took place at the Moscow Academic Art Lyceum named after Tomsk and the Russian Academy of Theater Arts (faculty of scenography). The works of this master are exhibited at the Garage, the Carnegie Center, the Roza Azora gallery and other exhibition venues.
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