Video: Contemporary Russian Artists - How They Were Influenced By The Work Of Erik Bulatov And Why Art Should Speak To The Viewer
At the beginning of October, the “Erik Bulatov's Season” opened with fanfare in Vyksa. This is the first of the "Grand Seasons" conceived by the new artistic director of the "Art-Ravine" festival Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich.
The first "Art-ravine" took place 10 years ago. Its main feature was murals - walls of houses painted by contemporary artists. The fate of graffiti and other objects that remained in Vyksa after the festival season did not always go well. Some of the works were destroyed by the locals themselves, some had to be washed and reapplied - they interfered with the repair. Be that as it may, the tradition became part of Vyksa, and a new generation literally grew up on Art-Ovrag. And so, a fresco by Eric Bulatov, a living classic, whose works are exhibited at the Pompidou Center, the Tretyakov Gallery and the Guggenheim Center, appeared in the workshop of the Vykusunsky Metallurgical Plant.
It took 20 days (symbolically started on the artist's birthday on September 5) and 400 liters of paint to apply two works by Bulatov - "Stop, Go" in 1975 and "Barn in Normandy" in 2010, on the wall of the workshop. Olga Pogasova supervised the negotiations, coordination of sketches of the fresco and its application. While six artists were painting an area of 2,500 square meters on the wall of the VSW workshop, she communicated with the workers of the plant and gave them regular lectures on art. “Cinderella”, “Sleeping Beauty”, “Puss in Boots” - having said who illustrated everyone's favorite children's fairy tales, the team enlisted the full support of all employees.
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