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Pavel Tatarnikov automatic translation

  • artist
  • illustrator
1971

Artist, illustrator.

Participant of many international exhibitions and plein airs.

Currently Associate Professor at the Department of Graphics of the Belarusian State Academy of Arts.

Collaborates with Belarusian, Russian, English, Italian, Japanese, Chinese book publishers.

Twice he was awarded the "Golden Apple" - the highest European award for an illustrator.

Lives and works in Minsk.

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Selected events

Selected Artwork Series

Associated institutions

Selected dates:

1971

Born in Brest (BSSR, now the Republic of Belarus) in a family of artists.

1989

Graduated from the Republican College of Arts of the Akhremchik estate.

1995

Graduated from the graphics department of the Belarusian State Academy of Arts.

1997

He joined the Belarusian Union of Artists.

1999

Received the prize of the 40th International Biennale of Illustration "The Golden Pen of Belgrade" for the book "Princess in the Underworld".

2001

Received the "Golden Apple" prize at the international biennale "BIB'2001" for illustrations for the book "Princess in the Underworld".

2009

Received the "Golden Apple" prize at the international biennale "BIB'2009" for illustrations for the book "King Arthur".

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  • The artist about his practice:

  • "The task of an illustrator is to create an image. Not to describe, not to repeat the text with a drawing, but to add some kind of reality. Then the book itself will turn out as a whole work, and the illustration in it as a special kind of art. This is not a picture that can be seen on wall in a frame. Here you need to think in turns, and all the details should appear at a distance of 30-50 cm from the eyes when a person holds a book. "

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