Graduates and teachers of the Rostov art school of M.B. Grekov presented the Don region at the Agrosalon 2020 exhibition
Graduates and teachers of the Rostov art school of M.B. Grekov presented the Rostov region at the large-scale exhibition "Agrosalon 2020" which took place in halls of "New Tretyakov gallery" (Moscow) within the All-Russian festival of positive ideological art "Time, forward!".
- All-Russian festival of positive ideological art "Time, forward!" the second year is spent, at the same time already found great popularity among professional artists, the audience and the large industrial organizations of Russia, - the first deputy governor of the Rostov region Igor Guskov told. - The purpose of a festival is to draw attention of the general public to a subject of the improving constructive labor, a kpotentsiala of agrarian and industrial spheres of the country, a prodemonstrirovatvazhnost of modern industrial professions.
More than one thousand works of painting, graphics, sculptures presented by authors from various regions of Russia took part in the first season of the All-Russian competition. Residents of Rostov became semifinalists and winners of a competition, the most part from them – graduates and students of the Rostov art school of M.B. Grekov.
Authors who underwent selection in the second season of a festival participated in a final exhibition. Juries together with the chairman and the ideological mastermind of a festival Konstantin Babkin noted that all works of an exposition of a final exhibition in halls of "New Tretyakov gallery" in Moscow very worthy, bright, original and the high level of execution.
Residents of Rostov showed excellent results: in the Painting and Graphics nomination 1 place was received by work "Constructed!" Aleksandra Savelenko, the 3rd place - "Battle for the harvest" of Dmitry Myasnikov. In the "Sculpture and Arts and Crafts" nomination the 3rd place was taken by Alexey Deyev's work "Farewell to the plant". "A prize of spectator sympathies" got a job "the Rostselmash. In the shop of flexible technologies" Maxim Svetlov and "Collecting a thyme" Olga Sergeenko.