№1(61)
March 2018
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 1(61) March 2018

Fine art


Moskalyuk Marina V.

DSc. (Art Studies), Professor,
Rector of Krasnoyarsk State Institute of Arts;
Professor at the Subdepartment of Cultural Studies, Institute for the Humanities,
Siberian Federal University. Krasnoyarsk, Russia, e-mail: mawam@rambler.ru 

Serikova Tatiana Yu.

PhD (Art Studies), Associate Professor, Chair of Modern educational technology,
Institute of Education, Psychology and Sociology.
Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, e-mail: serikova_72@mail.ru

METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION OF SUBJECTIVE REALITY IN THE ARTWORKS OF PRIMITIVIST PAINTERS (WITH REFERENCE TO THE CREATIVITY OF I.Yu. VERPETA, Yu.D.DEYEV, V.F. KAPELKO)


The topicality of this study is due to the growing attention to the stylistics of primitivism in modern art. Creating a new world of images, the artist engages in an individual search for the ontological foundations of the universe. The phenomenon of professional painters turning to the themes and stylistics of primitivism implies freedom from the restrictions imposed by the classical vision of the world and indicates an aspiration to attain maximum expressiveness in constructing a subjective (author's) reality in the work of art. Primitivism is considered a type of artistic thinking going back to the archetypal foundations of the figurative language of fine art. The study is based on the creative heritage of Krasnoyarsk painters and makes a considerable contribution to the study of Siberian at in the second half of the 20th – early 21st century.

Key words: primitivism, subjective reality, archetype, I.Yu.Verpeta, Yu.D.Deyev, V.F.Kapelko



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