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Exhibition March 12 − April 19

Light and porcelain nature of a woman

The State Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan, with the assistance of the Russian Academy of Arts and the Creative Union of Russian Artists, presents the anniversary project of Konstantin, Marina and Alexandra Khudyakov"The light and porcelain nature of women".

Museum visitors will see the works of the designer, painter, multimedia artist, Honored Artist of Russia, Vice President and member of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Arts, Academician Konstantin Vasilyevich Khudyakov, his wife, artist and designer Marina Leonidovna Khudyakova, as well as author's art dolls created by their daughter , academician of the Russian Academy of Arts Alexandra Khudyakova.

Konstantin and Marina Khudyakov studied architecture at MARCH under the guidance of surviving constructivist professors, studied painting and graphics from realists, surrealists and futurists, “breathed the air of architectural avant-garde” of the famous hostel, the Nikolaev House of the Commune, were innovative design artists of many expositions of major historical museums , including Lenin museums in the country and abroad. Alexandra Khudyakova studied the craft of the artist and world art in all its diversity and complexity, first of all, from her parents and at the Krasnopresnesnensky art school, and then at the design department of Moscow State Art and Industrial University named after S.G. Stroganova, which, like MARCHI, was formed from the legendary VKHUTEMAS. Unusually, the author's doll became the topic of her graduation project at the university and, as it turned out, a true vocation. Each of her new works is a new image, a new character, a new story.

At the exhibition, each of the authors will present several dozen of his works of different years - a real celebration of fantasy and beauty.

Based on the official websiteState Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan.