The museum’s immediate plans include an exhibition of Goya and Dali’s “Caprichos” satirical prints, as well as an exhibition of self-portrait by a contemporary Japanese photographer, Yasumasy Morimura.
In March, a large-scale exhibition of western post-war art “Facing the Future. Art of Europe 1945 - 1968 ".
Also throughout the year are expected exhibitions of works by Titian, Egon Schiele, Haim Soutine and other equally interesting events. In anticipation of the details let us dwell on the facts that are already known to date.Salvador Dali. "Caprichos" Goya Salvador Dali. 1977. A series of 80 engravings.
Etching paper The first known etched boards are dated to the beginning of the 16th century. Etching (from fr. Eau-forte, "strong water" - nitric acid) is the main technique in this type of gravure gravure printing, in which the image on the surface of a metal plate is etched with acid. From a technological point of view, the etching is opposite to the engraving engraving. Read on, dry needle, poshuar. From the collection of Boris Friedman
"Caprichos". Goya and DaliJanuary 24, 2017 in the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Pushkin will open the exhibition "Caprichos", dedicated to the eponymous graphic cycles of prominent Spanish artists of different eras - Francisco Goya and Salvador Dali. An important part of Goya’s legacy is graphic works in which the artist has shown himself to be an outstanding master of etching. By 1799, Goya created a series of engravings "Caprichos", comprising 80 sheets. These are the author's prints, supplied with comments devoted to the denunciation of human vices, religious prejudices and public errors.
- Francisco Goya. "Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters." 1799
- Salvador Dali "Caprichos" Goya Salvador Dali. "Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters." 1977
The cycle "Caprichos", created by Goya, refers to the last decade of the XVIII century, difficult for Spain revolutionary time. The etchings made by Dali belong to the aesthetics of the twentieth century: in 1977, the artist presented his version of the “Caprichos” series, taking Goya's etchings as a basis, adding them in surrealistic visions in his characteristic manner and making the engravings in color. March 12, 2017
- Francisco Goya, "Bravissimo!". 1799
- Salvador Dali, "No!" 1977
Yasumasa Morimura. The history of self-portraitOn the last day of January, the Gallery of European and American Art of the 19th and 20th centuries will present to visitors a new exhibition of works by the contemporary Japanese photographer Yasumasa Morimura, dedicated to self-portrait. About 90 works have been collected from the collection of the National Museum of Art in Osaka, the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Kyoto, and also from the collection of the artist himself.Yasumasa Morimura. “Art History in self portraits. Van Gogh's room. 2016
Color photo. Author's collection (c) Yasumasa Morimura The exposition will be divided into seven parts, each of which will be shown a separate series. It is curious that Morimura, in her work, refers to the famous “Caprichos” of Goya, to which one of the parts of this exhibition is dedicated. Rembrandt, Frida Kahlo and Velasquez were also in the spotlight of the photo artist. All the series consist of self-portraits of Morimura, in which the photographer offers the viewer his own interpretation of the plots of famous paintings and drawings. The exhibition “Yasumasa Morimura. The history of self-portrait "works from January 31 to April 09, 2017.
- Yasumasa Morimura. "Caravaggio. Scream of Medusa" 2016
- Yasumasa Morimura. "Internal dialogue with Frida Kahlo: Wreath and tears". 2001
Facing the future. Art of Europe 1945 - 1968Together with the Center for Fine Arts BOZAR (Brussels), the Center for Art and Media Technologies ZKM (Karlsruhe) and the State Museum and Exhibition Center "ROSIZO" in March 2017 will be shown the exhibition "Face to the future. Art of Europe 1945 - 1968 ". About 200 works by artists from 18 European countries and the USSR will talk about the hopes and disappointment of the postwar period, about the era of recovery after a terrible catastrophe, about new discoveries and technological breakthroughs.Fernand Leger. "Builders". 1951. The collection of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. A.S. PushkinOrganizers discover the basis of the project’s plan: the exposition tells the viewer about the common struggle and victory over the fascist regimes in Europe - about those pages of history that shaped the modern look of Europe. The exhibition is intended to unite for the first time the neo-avant-garde art of the countries of Western and Eastern Europe. The exhibition “Face the Future. Art of Europe 1945 - 1968 "will be held from March 07 to May 21, 2017Hans Grundig. "Against Atomic Death". 1958. The collection of the State Hermitage
... and overheard on the webExhibition of works by Gustav Klimt in the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. They are waiting for Pushkin since 2014 - well, we are also waiting for details. While encouraging the phrase from the announcement of upcoming exhibitions on the museum's social network page - a publication made on December 21, 2016, says: "... within the year, the museum will host exhibitions of Titian, Schillet and Klimt, Danish design, Soutine and much more." Recall that the future exhibition was first announced by the director of the Vienna Albertina Museum, Klaus Albrecht Schröder, speaking three years ago in Moscow at the opening of the exhibition of French drawing. “The interaction between Albertina and the Pushkin Museum is especially important, art is one of the best ways to communicate. We will show here the exhibition of Gustav Klimt in 2017, and in Albertina we will organize a project related to the impressionists from the collection of the Pushkin Museum. ”Allegory of the sculpture IIGustav Klimt1896, 41.8 × 31.3 cm
True, Mr. Schroeder did not specify then whether it would be just graphic works, or whether they would complement the famous Klimt paintings from the Vienna museum collections. Whether the graphics of Egon Schillet from the Albertina collection will be exhibited at the same time, or whether the exposition will be separate is also unknown. The intrigue remains! Recall that in the Albertina Museum itself is a collection of nearly 170 drawings of Klimt, relating to all periods of his work. Also there is stored his archive - letters, posters, photographs. We follow the announcements and immediately inform the readers about new details about the upcoming exhibition.We remind you that until March 12, 2017, the Pushkin Museum shows the Georgian avant-garde of the first third of the twentieth century - vivid works of artists, many of whom studied and exhibited in Paris. Visitors discover the works of Niko Pirosmanashvili (Pirosmani), Vladimir (Lado) Gudiashvili, David Kakabadze, Kirill Zdanevich, Elena Akhvlediani, Zigi (Sigismund) Valishevsky ... In one of his autumn interviews, the director of the State Museum of Fine Arts named after him. Pushkina Marina Marina - this is a view of the landscape, which depicts the sea. Also, marines are concrete paintings or sea engravings. The word "marina" (ital. Marina) is derived from the Latin marinus - marine. Read more Loshak mentioned that in the summer of 2017 in the Pushkin Museum there will be an exhibition of the Italian painter and graphic artist Giorgio Morandi. Then, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts together with Italian partners will hold an exhibition of Italian art of the 20-30s of the last century. And in 2018, an exhibition of the famous Italian artist Giuseppe Archimboldo is scheduled. Also in the plans - the exposition of the famous contemporary American artist Bill Viola, who works in the style of video art. As we can see, despite the upcoming reconstruction, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts named after Pushkin has ambitious ambitious plans. According to press releases, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts them. Pushkin