Personal exhibition of Evgeny Kravtsov
June 2nd - July 2nd
Evgeny Kravtsov. "Horse", 2019.
The cycle "Corrosion" is the result of the five-year work of Evgeny Kravtsov (2018-2023), which is currently the most significant of the artist's works. The objects of the series are not only characters that have undergone destruction, but also objects touched by corrosion. Some of them retained their integrity, others suffered more.
"The "Corrosion" album began with a series of works that can be considered as my reflection on a bygone era," says Evgeny Kravtsov. – "In the process of appearance of new topics and works, something different, more connected with time, has grown, I think. Over time, in the aspect of human, life perception."
"The sophistication of the letter, in which pictorial and graphic techniques are used equally, creating an indivisible unity, fascinates the most. Kravtsov's innovation rests on a solid foundation of the traditional basics of the Russian painting. The topic, presented in the principles of postmodern art, is "ennobled" by the academic school of painting, realistic interpretations, which is the advantage of the cycle as a work of art, in which the old and the new are not antagonists, but unity in their evolutionary development." Art critic Ralia Musina
Evgeny Kravtsov is an artist and a teacher. In 1989 he graduated from the Novoaltaisk Art School, and in 1996 - the Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. He heads the painting department at the Moscow Academic Art School. The works of Evgeny Kravtsov were presented at exhibitions in Moscow, Podolsk, Vologda, Vladimir, Voronezh and Ryazan. The artist took part in the painting of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow and the Cathedral of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God in Kazan, participated in the reconstruction of the historical curtain of the Bolshoi Theatre. The works of Evgeny Kravtsov are kept in the museum of the Ilya Glazunov Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, the Voronezh Regional Art Museum named after I.N. Kramskoy, the Institute of Russian Realist Art (Moscow), the State Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan, Folk museum named after Sergei Yesenin (Voronezh), private collections.