A starting-point for something to take place, out of nothing. A possibility. A slow process, starting up under very simple circumstances — silent, empty, clean — the less the better.
Building up a new reality, according to my own choices of rules. It has to take time. Working slowly means that my work becomes a part of time itself. I have made a series of white books, bounded out of empty pages. And in those books I have created architectural spaces, like stairs and rooms, with a paper knife — cutting page by page, building up an empty space. A spare room, a space for the mind, where to breath. Imagine the process of growth — in my work represented by the process of building up a map-like network of tiny details, together creating a whole, shaped by the slow change under repetition.
By random. Imagine the slow process of the growth of a city. Imagine the process in your own mind taking place — subconsciously. The most important thing is to create good conditions for life to take place. For art to take place. Both colours and composition of the ad bore great resemblance to the art works by P.
Opposite to the firewall there is a market; ordinary street life bustles around, and nobody, except us two, pays any particular attention to the advertisement.
Imitation of a nonexistent past, desacralisation of an art and laconism of an expression appear also in P. The paper, which is glued on cardboard, with time has become covered with fingerprints, and its corners have got worn out, but the colours have faded.
An illusory past has been imposed upon the works by technical means, and together with. The themes of his works are excerpts of life; they are everyday phenomena — iconic signs that represent some perfect reality. In projecting his world P. Liepa has used visual references to the constructivism and popart, thus creating compositions which.
Whether an audience will notice and find them depends on itself. In this model of the world we strive for in our chaotic daily life, everything is organised and subject to the system. Particularly vividly this streak expresses itself in his interior designs; their disappearing colours and num-.
To create deliberately rich texture Liepa has used collography and cardboard cutting. The most interesting in this case is comparison between the sturdy plates and his fine, nuanced prints. Liepa do not come in big series; each of his prints is an individual and full-fledged piece of art. The works by this artist are alive and breathing, and they evoke a desire to touch them thus continuing and adding to the story which has no beginning and no end.
Paulis Liepa has studied in the Department of Graphic Arts at the Art Academy of Latvia, and this far taken part in several international biennials, triennials as well as group exhibitions both in Latvia and abroad.
Vrubel Museum of Fine Arts. Some of them were handed over to the museum in the s from the Holdings of National Museum, the others were purchased from private collections in Moscow and Leningrad in the —s. Those artworks have justly become part of the classic holding of the Omsk museum collection. The aesthetic image of the age, despite its versatile picture in every artistic field, largely shaped Modern Art.
This style promoted the idea of synthetic arts; at ease with combining reality with fiction, it also addressed the ideas of the symbol, the theatricalized life and the artistic association. The works done in this kind of stylistics make up the core of the present stand; however, the exhibition also contains several traditional academic drawings. The masters of the turn of the century were searching for the ingenious style of modern art.
The style was shaping in a variety of ways; however, by and large, the most efficient one turned out to be the trend where Russian traditional culture naturally drew on the experience of the newest European schools of England, France, Germany, and the Scandinavian countries.
Plunging into the world of poetic pondering the artists keenly delivered the harmony of nature and of the work of human genius. The watercolours Marli and Versailles represent only one side of A.
The drawings of F. Malyavin — approach Modernism indirectly, by trying to capture the uniqueness of the female body. Bakst L. A special place in the stand is taken by N. An outstanding artist, scientist and public figure, Roerikh made a big contribution to the research and promotion of the culture of old Russia and. Kruglikova E. Tourists visiting the abbey of St.
Central Asia. In his work The Holy and Sacred Tree the motif of the tree is implemented in the mythological and poetical image incarnating the concept of the world.
The Doomed City was created in the first year of the First World War to convey the atmosphere of extreme anxiety. There is hardly any clear-cut subdivision into genres among the motifs of modern graphics. The reason for that is often the Symbol — or rather the role the artist imbues it with. Bogaevsky — , show that figurative emphasis is shifted to particular details of the composition: the sky, stones, and trees.
The drawings by E. Kruglikova — are scarcely known. There is one work named Tourists visiting St. Petrov-Vodkin K. Zamirailo — was greatly impressed and influenced by the art of M. Vrubel, the series of Capricci to testify to it. The drawings are marked with the Art Nouveau features based on the traditions of Western European culture. A number of works at this exhibition are closely related to the theatre — a bright and unique phenomenon in Russian culture at the turn of the 20th century.
Theatre sketches made by A. Bakst, I. Bilibin and A. Golovin for opera performances of G. Bizet Carmen, N. The name of N. His ink drawing The Devil is on display. He is concurrently real and phony, a habitue of fashionable art magazines and posters of the early 20th century. One of the best samples of Russian printed graphics of the early 20th century is an album of lithographs by N.
Goncharova — Mystical Images of War Created at the very beginning of the First World War, it figuratively implements the intuitively felt tragedy. On the other hand, the album reflects the image of the war in traditional mythological concepts fully equipped with the paraphernalia of apocalyptic symbolism. It represents the fine line of art that separates reality from emotional dreams and fantasies. In great or minor oeuvre, in finished or unfinished works the artistic freedom is forever present, as well as an exquisite paradox and unique subtlety of implementation.
Be it the historical sceneries of A. Benois and A. Ostroumova, or the epic compositions of N. Roerich and K. Bogaevsky; the symbolic images of V. Zamirailo, and A. Galina Sevostianova, chief researcher, Ph. Germany Michael Struck. Parallel exhibitions Paulis Liepa. Vrubel Museum of Fine Arts, Russia. The Danish Printmakers Association, Chairman. Sallingsund Omegnsmuseum, Denmark.
Gallery Christoffer Egelund, Copenhagen, Denmark. Danish Art Foundation, Denmark, work grant. Co-founder of DUNK! Member of Danish Graphic Artists association, current Chairman. At Circulations Centralen, Malmo, Sweden. Travelgrant — Frk. Workgrant — Idella Foundation, Denmark. Workgrant — The Danish Arts Council. Danish Art Workshops, Copenhagen, Denmark. Sylvester Hegner, Michal Koslowski. Copenhagen, Denmark. Member of the Danish Graphic Artists association.
Smittekilde Press was an independent art printing studio based in Copenhagen. Besides art books, the legendary zine and poster production, Smittekilde was organising and curating large scale exhibitions and concerts. S Smittekilde Art Space curated 4 exhibitions in Member of the Danish art group Selvsving.
Selvsving is an social art collective with more than 20 members and a stream of guest artists and musicians. Member of the Danish art group Zedamator. Zedamator made a large public decoration at Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen in Selected solo exhibitions — Charlottenborgs Forarsudstilling. Gruppeudstilling, Munich, Germany. Art Cologne, wandergalerie. Repressive Tolerance 4 Ever? Durup, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Henry Heerup Grant of honor, Denmark. Ole Haslunds Grant of honor, Denmark. Workgrant, Danish Arts Council, Denmark. The Expanse Above and Below. Edmunds Art gallery Suffork, United Kingdom.
The National Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark. Arken Museum of Modern Art, Denmark. Museum of Modern Art, Aalborg, Denmark. Vejle Art Museum, Denmark. Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria. Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Curator of Annual Art Summer festivals. Parnu Town museum, Estonia. Pello, Finland. Marianportti gallery in Lahti, Finland. Aulnat Airport, Clermont-Ferrand, France. Mapire gallery in Helsinki, Finland.
Tallinn Art Hall gallery, Estonia. Kuressaare Rae gallery, Estonia. Tallinn Print Triennials. Riga Small Print Triennales, Latvia. Toronto Miniature Art exhibitions, Canada. Ljubljana Print Biennale, Slovenia. Lapland Artsummer Marraskoski, Finland. Miniprint Biennale Seoul, South-Korea. Norwegian print Triennale Fredrikstad, Norway. Lahti Miniprint, Finland. Small Print Triennale Tokyo, Japan. Printmasters Gyor, Hungary. Printsaurus gallery Comunica Tokyo, Japan. ArtSummer festival in Gotland, Sweden.
Kaliningrad-Keningsberg Print Biennial, Russia. Estonian Printmakers in Kiev, Ukraine. Exhibitions of Eduard Wiiralt award, Tallinn, Estonia. Estonian Printmakers in Riihimae, Finland. Estonian Printmakers in Dublin, Ireland. Estonian Printmakers in Retretti Museum, Finland. Mini Print Internacional 24 Cadaques, Spain. Estonian Graphics in Turku galleria Joella, Finland. Estonian printmakers in Lendava Castle, Sloveenia.
Chamber Art Summer, Parnu, Estonia. Print Tokyo, Japan. I prize of Riga Miniprint Triennaal, Latvia. Grand Prix, Seoul Miniprint biennial. Prize of Portland Art Museum. Artist of the year, award of Estonian Association of Printmakers.
Art Museum of Estonia, Estonia. Tartu Art Museum, Estonia. Tallinn Art Fund, Estonia. Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany. Tama Art Museum, Japan. And others, including private collections. Chairman of Association of Estonian Printmakers. Estonian Society of Prehistoric Art. Honorary member of Finnish Society of Prehistoric Art.
Tallinn Print Triennial, Estonia. Bhopal Print Biennial, India. Varna Print Biennial, Bulgaria. Bitola Print Biennial, Macedonia. Kairo Print Triennial, Egypt. In-graafika festivals in Parnu, Estonia. Estonian Landscape, Tartu, Estonia. Lahti Miniprint Triennial, exhibition for members of jury, Finland. Travelling letters, Lahti Art Museum, Finland. Estonian graphics, Tallinn, Estonia. Estonian graphics, Kiev, Ukraine. Print Art Fair, Bremen,Germany.
Drawing, Tallinn, Estonia. Estonian graphics, Riihimaki, Finland. Estonian graphics, Copenhagen, Denmark. Estonian graphics, Dublin, Ireland. Improvisation, Tallinn Drawing Triennial, Estonia. Impact-5 Printmaking Conference, Tallinn, Estonia. Estonian graphics, Riga, Latvia. Printed Matter from Estonia, Shanghai, China. Miniprint Tallinn, Estonia, Finland. Estonian Artists Association. Theatre Cabaret Rhizome director. Self-educated artist, prose writer, visual and sound poet.
Studied in Tallinn Technical University engineer-electrician. Association of Estonian Printmakers. Kristjan Raud Award, Estonia. Eduard Viiralt Award, Estonia. Cultural award of the Estonian Republic. Film director in animation production company Eesti Joonisfilm. Legal expert of Estonian Film Foundation. Associate Professor, Estonian Academy of Arts, department of animation. Encouragement Prize from Kettupaivat , Finland, Parn, Dir. Tender, U. Pikkov, K. Estonian Cultural Endowment annual award for the best film of the year, Estonia, Eesti Ekspress cultural supplement Areen annual award, Estonia, Has participated in exhibitions.
Her main creative fields are graphics, sculpture, book illustration and book design. Tallinn Illustrations Triennial, Estonia. International Printmaking Biennial of Duoro, Portugal. Art at Wharepuke, the prize winning works, Wharepuke, New Zealand. Joseph, Tallinn, Estonia. Estonian Book Illustrations in Mytischi, Russia. Estonian Book Illustrations in Kolomna, Russia.
Estonian Art Museum, Estonia. Collection of Art House of Tallinn, Estonia. Collection of Tallinn Art Fund, Estonia. Raisio Museum, Finland. Collection of the City of Randers, Denmark. Art Collection of mr. Matti Milius, Estonia. Collection of the Vilnius Graphics Centre, Lithuania. Biennial of Duoro, Portugal.
Ville de Chamalieres, France. Works as a freelance artist in Tallinn. Tallinn Print Triennial, diploma, Estonia. Estonian book illustration prize, Estonia. Tallinn Print Triennial, special prize, Estonia. Krakow Print Biennial, special prize, Poland. Moscow All-Union art exhibition, silver medal, Russia. Kristjan Raud art prize, Estonia.
Krakow Print Biennial statutory award, Poland. Eduard Wiiralt Art Award, Estonia. Estonian Art Museum, Tallinn Estonia.
Estonian National Library, Tallinn, Estonia. Pushkin Art Museum, Moscow, Russia. Perm Art Musem, Russia. Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany. Pori Art Museum, Finland. Rauma Art Museum, Finland. Eero Rantanen Foundation, Finland. Diplomas of Tallinn Print Triennial, Estonia. Two special prizes, Tallinn Print Triennial, Estonia. Hedda Hacker Prize, Stockholm, Sweden. Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia. Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia. Semiplatinsk Art Museum, Kazakhstan.
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