- Exhibition Andrey Pashkevich Exhibition Andrey Pashkevich "With faith and hope"
- Andrew Paszkiewicz proclaims creative doctrine as "the direction of an artist," calling this area "politekologiya."
- Andrey Pashkevich Painting
- Andrew Paszkiewicz, calling his series of works "Politekologiya" is not intended to condemn or expose politicians, his task is more profound: he wants to "clean up"
- The exhibition will feature 50 paintings by Andrey Pashkevich.
- This exhibition will look through the eyes of the artist; Russia's recent history,
- "politekologiyu" - Andrew Paszkiewicz tried to convey sensations from the time he lived with his people at the turn of the centuries and epochs.
- Also on vysatke will be a series of abstract works in recent years.
The Central House of Artists (CHA, Krimsky Val, 10, Hall № 8, 2nd floor) December 11, opens the exhibition Andrey Pashkevich “With faith and hope”
“With faith and hope” – so named his next exhibition artist Andrew Paszkiewicz. Eagle, holding in the claws of an icon depicting St. George, George, flies over the rugged river stream, which symbolizes the chaos of the Russian reality and fragility of human life in our country. Pictures created almost 20 years ago, now suddenly become relevant again – the state of insecurity, fear, and at the same time enduring hope again filled the hearts and souls of compatriots! It would seem, gone into oblivion events perestroika era now reinvented a whole new way, and the pictures of Andrei Pashkevich, chronicler of those years, with the sound of the new force.
During perestroika Andrew Paszkiewicz began working on the creation of a special series of paintings called “Politekologiya.” Under the impression of the important changes that occurred during the Gorbachev period, the artist in this series, expressed his own view and their perceptions of what is going on, and reinterpreted heavy historical legacy, Russia inherited from the Soviet era.
“As an artist, he draws us into a discussion of who we are and what the world is created by us and around us. Solidifying its task of general to strongly individual, Andrew Paszkiewicz proclaims creative doctrine as “the direction of an artist,” calling this area “politekologiya.” Ecology involves a balance of all spheres of life. Disadvantage of one of them – leads to the disintegration of the whole. “
Paola Volkova, art
canvas / oil on canvas / oil
When changes are so tight and everywhere burst into life of the Soviet people in the 80 years of the last century, and ideological censorship longer dominate their consciousness, all this was a direct expression in the arts. This time was a period of revival of the genre of political cartoons and posters to create a “One Day.” During perestroika began to create a series of paintings and Andrew Paszkiewicz, who managed to put into his works fine philosophical sense, a kind of historical symbolism, putting his work far beyond satire or caricature pathetic poster. In fact, the artist has created a special course – pictorial chronicle of the political era that continues to lead to the present day. “Politekologiya Pashkevich – painting of spiritual aspiration, to specify exactly discomfort decaying, lost comfort of the world.”
canvas / oil on canvas / oil
Andrew Paszkiewicz, calling his series of works “Politekologiya” is not intended to condemn or expose politicians, his task is more profound: he wants to “clean up” all sorts of disturbing and often ugly moments in the political life. His portraits of political leaders – Gorbachev or Yeltsin, Bush or Putin – despite the presence in them of subtle humor and irony, very human, they do not have any grand pathos images or pamphleteering malice. He chose historical subjects are shown as ugliness, injustice post-Soviet era of stagnation, and the beauty of the soul touching naivete of simple Russian man who happened to live in times of turmoil. “This is a deep national roots of the Russian tradition in the arts, traditions of compassion, responsibility for what is happening in the world and its culture.”
canvas / oil on canvas / oil on canvas / oil
The exhibition will feature 50 paintings by Andrey Pashkevich, a member of the International Confederation of Artists. This exhibition will look at the eyes of the artist Russia’s recent history, the rapidly traversing a decade of reform, full of hopes and experiences, aspirations and disappointments along the route taken by our country. Creating a new artistic movement – “politekologiyu” – Andrew Paszkiewicz tried to convey sensations from the time he lived with his people at the turn of the centuries and epochs.
Also on vysatke will be a series of abstract works in recent years Andrei Pashkevich and a series of portraits of friends and close acquaintances of the artist – Nina Ananiashvili, Yuri Nikolaev, Otar Iosseliani etc.
Paintings Andrey Pashkevich exhibited in museums of modern art in Seoul, Paris and Foro (Portugal), in the building of the White House in Washington, in the library of the Center Nixon. As works of the artist are in private collections of George Bush, Helmut Kohl, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia James Collins, a multi-billionaire Ted Turner, as well as in private collections in many countries.
Organizer – gallery “House Nashokin”
The exhibition runs until December 19.
CHA, hall № 8, 2nd Floor
Str. Krimsky Val, 10