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eng Automatic Translation

Sergey Kiryuschenko

1951

Artist, painter, co-director of the KALEKTAR platform. Member of the art group "Nemiga-17".

Sergei Kiryushchenko is an active participant in Belarusian art, supporting young artists and developing the concept of a museum of contemporary Belarusian art.

The works of Sergei Kiryushchenko have not ceased to attract attention for forty years now, and every five to seven years the artist manages to transform the vector of his activity. He identifies himself as a painter, but nevertheless he constantly turns to the possibilities of other media: sculpture and silk-screen printing, photography and video, land art and public art experiments, neon art and working with text. From expressive-realistic post-Cubist landscape painting, Kiryushchenko went into non-figurative abstractionism, then returned to figurative art through the study of archaism and again turned to abstractionism through the synthesis of land art and conceptual art techniques. Today, the artist in multiple repetition synthesizes the paradigm of abstractionism with the theory of urbanism and the concepts of public art. So in the project “It's time to come to grips with mundane art”, Sergey Kiryushchenko painted burnt-out village buildings, created photo and video documentation of the project, on the basis of which he prepared a series of silk-screen printings, conceptual canvases, eventually coming to abstract painting.

The most studied and characteristic element of his abstract works is the lattice figure - a symbol in abstract painting of the rejection of literary and originality, where the figure blocks literary interpretations of the pictorial space and emphasizes the plane of the pictorial surface. Kiryushchenko, on the other hand, uses the grid just to demonstrate the depth and optical “destruction” of the surface of the canvas, a gap, including a speculative and verbal one.

Lives and works in Minsk.

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Personal site:

sergeykiryuschenko.com

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1951

Born in Chita (USSR, today the Russian Federation).

1977

Graduated from the Art Institute in Minsk.

Since 1983

Member of the Union of Artists of Belarus.

Since 1988

Since the first exhibition of the Nemiga-17 group, he has been an active participant in the artistic life of Belarus.

2014

Together with curator Alexei Borisyonok and artist Sergei Shabokhin, he founded the research platform for contemporary Belarusian art KALEKTAR. The platform was presented on March 30, 2015.

2015

Became co-curator of the research and exhibition project "ZBOR. Constructing an archive".