A Beautiful Annotation by the RABKOR Online Magazine:
“Only I can help you out of my square,” these words of Kazimir Malevich, placed under the copy of the painter’s Suprematist coffin, open the ‘The Great Modernists. A Revolution in the Arts.”
In the words of Yasha Yavorskaya, in charge of The Great Modernists exhibition, “The main task that we set to our programmers consists in identifying the individual pattern of paintings by each painter, i.e. in identifying and visualizing their individual mood based on their diaries and other notes.”
Children paint as well as the great painters do! They have also copied two more paintings exhibited at The Great Modernists exhibition: The Scream by Edvard Munch and the portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne by Amedeo Modigliani.
By the way, in March the exhibition is going to launch a special program for children to teach our young visitors to paint in the manner of Malevich, Kandinsky, Munch or other painters exhibited here. More details will be available later.
Two halls at ARTPLAY design center host multimedia exhibitions From Claude Monet to Paul Cézanne. The French Impressionists and The Great Modernists exhibitions. These are aimed at teaching the so called “Pepsi Generation” to become art (and not art only) literate.
A few days are left before The Great Modernists. A Revolution in Arts exhibition will open at the Artplay design center. High resolution laser beam projectors will be displaying images on large multimedia screens of more than 1000 animated paintings by nine eminent painters of the late 19th and early 20th century.