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In Magadan an exhibition of works by Vasily Shukhaev was opened
The exhibition was presented by the Moscow Museum of Modern Art in the framework of the festival "Territory, Magadan"
In the framework of the festival of contemporary art “Territory. Magadan ”the grand opening of the exhibition of works by Vasily Shukhaev, prepared by the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. The inhabitants of Kolyma will be able to get acquainted with the works of an outstanding painter who stood at the drains of the creation of the Magadan Dramatic Theater until November 13.
Exhibition of works by Vasily Shukhaev "Theater - the territory of freedom" was prepared by the Moscow Museum of Modern Art in conjunction with the Magadan Regional Museum of Local History with the participation of the gold mining company "Polyus". The exposition devoted to the life and work of the master includes, in addition to the known works, previously unrepresented paintings, drawings, theatrical sketches and book graphics. The opening ceremony was attended by Governor of the Magadan Region Vladimir Pecheny, Executive Director of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art Vasily Tsereteli and art director of the "Territory Magadan" festival Roman Dolzhansky.
Among the most interesting exhibits of the exhibition, the organizers sing out theatrical sketches created by V.I. Shukhaev during his imprisonment in the Northeast Correctional Labor Camp (SWIT) and work in Dalstroy. Together with other uncoordinated and civilian artists, artists, directors and musicians Vasily Shukhaev stood at the origins of the creation of the Magadan Regional Music and Drama Theater named after M. Gorky (officially opened 5 September 1941). In 1945 year, after the expiry of the term of imprisonment, Shukhaev continued to serve there as the main artist-director for another two years.
"These sketches were saved by a miracle - they were almost thrown out during another subbotnik, when enthusiasts cleared attic spaces in the theater building," says Svetlana Budnikova, deputy director of the Magadan Regional Museum of Local Lore. "By a fluke, invaluable drawings were discovered by Vladimir Myagkov, artistic director of the Magadan Music and Drama Theater, who immediately recognized the master's hand and handed the work to the museum."
In addition to the theatrical section, the exposition includes unique sanguine drawings by Shukhaev 1910-ies, picturesque still lifes and classical landscapes of France 1920-ies, works created by the artist after returning from exile, as well as books designed in France.