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Vasiliy Ryabchenko
Vasiliy Ryabchenko
Born (1954-07-23) 23 July 1954 (age 65)
NationalityUkraine
EducationGrekov Odessa Art school, Saint Petersburg Art and Industry Academy, K. D. Ushynsky South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University
Known forPainting, graphics, photo, objects, installation
Movementneo-expressionism, postmodernism
Awards"Golden Section" (1996)
Websitevasiliyryabchenko.com

Vasiliy Ryabchenko (born 23 July 1954, Odessa, USSR) -- painter, graphic artist, photographer, author of objects and installations. Ukrainian postmodernism representative, one of the leaders of «New Ukrainian Wave».[1]

Personal life

Vasiliy Ryabchenko was born on 23 July 1954 in Odessa in the family of the Soviet graphic artist Sergey Ryabchenko.[2]

His art education begins in 1966 in an art school.

In 1969, he entered the painting faculty at Grekov Odessa Art School.

Vasiliy Ryabchenko. "Flowering time", 70 ? 75 cm, oil on canvas, 1987
Vasiliy Ryabchenko. "Samson". From the "Heroic babies" series, 80 ? 60 cm, oil on canvas, 1989

From 1974 to 1976, studying as an auditor in the Mukhina School of Art in Leningrad, and on his return to Odessa - acquaintance and friendship with Valentin Khrushch and the Odessa "nonconformists". During this period, he actively experiments with photography. The main subjects were non-stop objects still-lives,[3] later - a combination of objects and bodies,[4] in the layout of which the artist used the "voidness" and asymmetry inherent in the Eastern tradition.[5]

From 1978 to 1983 he studied at the Ushinsky South Ukrainian Pedagogical University at the art-graphic faculty, where his teachers were Zinaida Borisyuk and Valery Gegamyan[6].

In this period he starts actively participate in artists group that appeared in Odessa: Lykov, Nekrasova, Roitburd, Ryabchenko, who declared themselves in the late 1980s with the exhibitions "After Modernism 1" and "After Modernism 2". The group, little known in the official artistic environment and unrelated to the unofficial nonconformists group, held two major resonant exhibitions on the territory of the state institution - Odessa Art Museum. Large formats, themes and subjects of the works did not remain any visitors indifferent. There was effective support among urban intellectuals, journalists, young entrepreneurs who created and maintained the first Tirs Contemporary Art Center in Odessa.[5]

In 1996, Vasiliy Ryabchenko founded the creative association "Art Laboratory". In the same year he received the prize and the title of "The Best Artist of Ukraine" following the results of the first All-Ukrainian Art Festival "Golden Section" in Kiev.

Vasiliy Ryabchenko lives and works in Odessa.[7]

Art

Vasiliy Ryabchenko. "The Death of Actaeon", 200 ? 300 cm, oil on canvas, 1988
Vasiliy Ryabchenko. "Big Bembi", installation, barrels, linear lamps, deer horns, 1994

Vladimir Levashev (in Russian) singles out several periods in the work of Vasiliy Ryabchenko. The artist's early works, dating from the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s, are distinguished by the synthesis of "western" and "eastern" approaches to pictorial art - almost "english" aristocratic asceticism the language organically flows into the Chinese "dance of a brush", restraint is balanced by freedom and ease.[5]

In the second half of the eighties Vasily Ryabchenko imbued with the transavantgarde ideas. But if in general the Ukrainian transavantgarde appealed to the aesthetics of the Baroque, Ryabchenko's works at this period of time could be more simply described as the "new Rococo". For "transavantgarde" Ryabchenko, peculiar by programmatic emptiness and adjusted aestheticism, frivolous playfulness and mechanistic combinatorics. As an example of the works of the second half of the 1980s - "Cats", a story about two cats-rivals. In the subsequent version, made during the period of the final aggravation of relations between the two superpowers that led to the collapse of the USSR, the plot changed its semantic context due to a change in the size, color, manner of writing and title - "Deterrence".[8]

The "Rococo line" is also traced in Ryabchenko's subsequent works, up to and including which were made recently. The artist is still committed to the passions of the nineties. It seems that the "inspirationally irrational "recomposition" of the motives of his own yesterday's creativity" acquires the character of a delusion. However, obvious changes are taking place within the narrative. It becomes more emotional and slightly confused. There are notes of irrationalism and anxiety. Pastoral carelessness sometimes gives way to reflection and growing drama.[9]

Selected exhibitions

The list of exhibitions is given according to the artist's website, 2018[10]

  • 2017: Outcasts salon / Naval Museum, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 2017: Cold Faith / Invogue Gallery, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 2016: The spirit of time / Zenko Art Foundation, Tatarov, Ukraine
  • 2016: Recipe for Utopia / Modern Art Research Institute, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2016: Dashing 90th / The Museum of Odessa Modern Art, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 2016: Ergo sum. Self-portraits exhibition / Dukat Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2016: Three generations of Ukrainian artists in the Tatyana and Boris Grinev collection / Yermilov Centre, Kharkov, Ukraine
  • 2015: Enfant Terrible. Odessa conceptualism / National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2015: Museum collection. Ukrainian Contemporary Art 1985-2015 / Art Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2014: Ukrainian landscape / Art Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2013: Odessa school. Tradition and Currency / Art Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2012: The Myth. Ukrainian Baroque / National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2012: Contemporary Ukrainian artists / Yermilov Centre, Kharkov, Ukraine
  • 2011: Independent / Art Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2010: TOP-10 Contemporary Artists of Odessa / Hudpromo Gallery, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 2010: Star Wars / Korobchinsky Art Centre, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 2009: Restart / Marine Art Terminal, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 2009: Ukrainian New Wave / National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2008: Odessa Contemporary Art / The Museum of Odessa Modern Art, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 2008: Exhibition dedicated to the 70th anniversary of National Artists Union of Ukraine / Central Artists House, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2004: Farewell to arms / Art Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2003: First Collection / Central Artists House, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 2000: Partial eclipse / French Cultural Center, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
  • 2000: Positive reaction / Odessa Museum of Western and Eastern Art, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1999: Pinakothek / Ukrainian House, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1998: Month of photography / Bratislava, Slovakia
  • 1998: Out-of-Graphics / Odessa Fine Arts Museum, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1998: Coldness Academy / Odessa Fine Arts Museum, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1998: Sides / Karas Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1998: Two days and two nights / Contemporary Music Festival, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1998: All-Ukrainian Youth Exhibition / Central Artists House, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1997: Photosynthesis / Exhibitions directorate of the National Artists Union of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1996: Phantom opera / Young Spectator Theater, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1996: Jam look / Contemporary Art Center, Kiev-Mohyla Academy, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1996: Golden section / Applicants Exhibition for the title "Best Artist of 1996", Ukrainian House, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1996: Commodity fetishism / Ukrainian House, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1996: Naked Dream / Blanc Art Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1996: Family album / Contemporary Art Center, Kiev-Mohyla Academy, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1996: Synthetic Art Advertising / Karas Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1996: Batiscaf-1/ International Symposium / Sailors Palace, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1996: ART festival participant / Odessa Museum of Western and Eastern Art, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1996: Two days and two nights / Contemporary Music Festival, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1995: Dr. Frankenstein's study / Scientists House, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1995: Blood test / Exhibitions directorate of the National Artists Union of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1995: Kandinsky Syndrome / Local History Museum, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1995: Two days and two nights / Tirs Contemporary Art Center, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1994: Free zone / Odessa Fine Arts Museum, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1994: Cultural Revolution Space/ Ukrainian House, Kiev, Ukraine
  • 1994: Terrible - amorous / Tirs Contemporary Art Center, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1994: Traditions Continuation / Odessa Fine Arts Museum, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1994: Lux ex tenebris / Tirs Contemporary Art Center, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1993: Grafik aus Odessa / Municipal Gallery, Rosenheim, Germany
  • 1993: Random exhibition / Tirs Contemporary Art Center, Odessa, Ukraine
  • 1993: Europe Steppes / Ujazdowski Castle Contemporary Art Center, Warsaw, Poland
  • 1993: Diaspora / Central Artists House, Moscow, Russia
  • 1991: Kunst aus Odessa / Galerie im Alten Rathaus, Prien am Chiemsee, Germany
  • 1991: The Glory and Modernity of Odessa / Yokohama, Japan
  • 1991: Ukrainian pictorial art of the century / National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kiev, USSR
  • 1990: Babylon / Central Youth Palace, Moscow, USSR
  • 1990: After modernism - 2 / Odessa Fine Arts Museum, Odessa, USSR
  • 1990: Avec Cézanne, avec Van Gogh pour la montagne Sant Victore... / Marseille, France
  • 1990: Soviart. Three generations of Ukrainian pictorial art of the 60-80s / Odense, Denmark
  • 1990: Soviart. Three generations of Ukrainian pictorial art of the 60-80s / Commerce and industry chamber, Kiev, USSR
  • 1989: After modernism / Odessa Fine Arts Museum, Odessa, USSR
  • 1989: New figurations / Literary Museum, Odessa, USSR
  • 1988: All-Union Young Artists Exhibition / Manezh, Moscow, USSR
  • 1973 - 1989: participant of regional, republican, all-Union, foreign exhibitions

Museums and collections

Vasiliy Ryabchenko. "Daphne", 200 x 150 cm, oil on canvas, 1989 (Odessa Fine Arts Museum Collection)

Museums

References

  1. ^ O. Sidr-Gebelinda "Southrussian wave" // Alternative Culture: Encyclopedia. - P. 240.
  2. ^ Vera Savchenko, Candidate of Philosophy, art critic "Odessa artist Sergey Ryabchenko: real art does not age"// Vikna-Odessa - 2013
  3. ^ "Still life -- Vasiliy Ryabchenko". Vasiliy Ryabchenko (in Russian). Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Naked Dream I -- Vasiliy Ryabchenko". Vasiliy Ryabchenko (in Russian). Retrieved .
  5. ^ a b c Galina Sklyarenko, Natalya Matsenko, Ekaterina Rai, Roksolana Vrublevskaya, Inga Esterkina (2017). 25 years of presence. Kyiv: ArtHuss. pp. 356, 250-253.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  6. ^ "? ? I | ". hudcombinat.com (in Russian). Retrieved .
  7. ^ Contemporary ukrainian artist. Kyiv: Rodovid. 2012. p. 136.
  8. ^ "Deterrence IIII -- Vasiliy Ryabchenko". Vasiliy Ryabchenko (in Russian). Retrieved .
  9. ^ hudpromo (2010-11-27). "« ?» ? ? «»". ? . Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Vasiliy Ryabchenko official website".
  11. ^ Vasiliy Ryabchenko, "Prayer" - Museum of Contemporary Art of Ukraine // https://modern-museum.org.ua Archived 2017-08-17 at the Wayback Machine
  12. ^ Vasiliy Ryabchenko // http://msio.com.ua/en/

Bibliography

  1. Museum collection "Ukrainian Contemporary Art 1985-2015 from private collections" / Art Arsenal - Kiev, 2015. - p. 52 - 53
  2. Contemporary ukrainian artist. - Rodovid, 2012. - p. 136 - 143
  3. Myth. Ukrainian Baroque / National Art Museum of Ukraine. - Kiev, 2012. - p. 39, 161
  4. All-Ukrainian Triennial of Painting, Kyiv - 2010 / National Union of Artists of Ukraine. - 2010. - p. 37
  5. Ukrainian New Wave / National Art Museum of Ukraine. -- Kiev, 2009. -- p. 164 - 171
  6. Visual art. From avant-garde shifts to the newest directions. The development of visual art of Ukraine of the XX-XXI century. -- Modern Art Research Institute -- Kiev, 2008. -- p. 119
  7. Modern art of the times of independence of Ukraine: 100 names. - Mysl. - 2008. - p. 536-539, p. 640
  8. Odessa Regional Organization of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine. - Grafikplus, 2006. - p. 117
  9. Farewell to arms / Art Arsenal. -- Kiev, 2004. -- p. 67, 121
  10. Portfolio. The art of Odessa in the 1990s. Collection of texts / Soros Center for Contemporary Art-Odessa. - Odessa, 1999. - p. 13, 15, 22, 24-26, 36, 52-53, 60-65, 164-167, 294-301, 312
  11. Ukrainian art of the 1960s - 1980s. - Soviart. - Mammens Bogtrykkeri A / S. - p. 9 - 20. p. 88 - 89

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