Versiunea romanaGaleria virtuala a artei contemporane din Republica Moldova
The Virtual Gallery of the Contemporary Art from the Republic of Moldova
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Leonid Beleaev

Leonid Grigorasenco

Stepan Tuhari

Gheorghe Vrabie

Isai Carmu

Leonid Nikitin

Mihai Brunea

Vladimir Melnic

Simion Zamsa

Elena Karacentev

  Stepan Tuhari


Stepan Tuhari
10.01.1928, Hrusca, Camenca - 06.03.1977, Chisinau



Education:
1951 - Graduate of the Republican School of Fine Arts "I.Repin", Chisinau
1959 - Graduate of the Institute of Plastic Arts, Kiev, the Ukraine

Group Exhibitions in the Republic:
1962-1975 - participates at the Exhibitions organized by the Union of Plastic Artists from Moldova

Moldova Plastic Artists Exhibitions Abroad:
1961 - Moldavian Plastic Art, Moscow, Russian Federation
1962 - Moldavian Plastic Art, Kiev, the Ukraine
1963 - Moldavian Plastic Art, Tallinn, Estonia
1965 - Moldavian Plastic Art, Moscow, Russian Federation
1975 - Moldavian Plastic Art, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Participations (workshops, creation camps, symposia):
1960 - Falesti, Republic of Moldova
1962 - Krasnoiarsk, Russian Federation

Prizes:
1961 - Laureate of the Second Prize (second place) at the Republican Competition "Our Contemporary" for the work "After a Week's Work", Chisinau

Works:
Fair Market of Pots in Moldova, 1957, paper, woodcut in colours, 37.5x55.5
Wood Cutters, 1958, paper, woodcut, 35.4x47.5

From the series "During the Festival Days", 1959, paper, woodcut in colours:
On the Red Square, 40,8x50,2
On the Territory of the Kremlin, 41x49,9

From the series "People - the Asset of Moldova", 1961, paper, woodcut in colours:
The shepherd Gheorghe Onufrei, 49,8x40,7
The Old Man Agachi Gheorghe, 50,6x40,7
The Tractor Driver K. Jmurikov, 50,5x41

From the series "The Rhythms of Our Life", 1962, paper, autolithograph in colours:
Crane Operators, 61x51,6
Shift. Constructors, 51,8x67,5

Countryside Landscape, 1965, woodcut in colours, 45x31.5

Critical Review:
Tuhari's lyrical heroes are working people. The series of coloured woodcuts "People - the Asset of Moldova" having been exposed in 1962 at the Republican Art Exhibition "Seven Years Plan in Action" is a typical example. The series won the spectator by the bright decorations, by the integrity, harmony, but mainly by the mightiness, by the sound the artist by a free, so to say, careless line transforms the siluette images into something similar to the cheap popular print - this naive symbolical-poetical legend about the country worker.

D. Goltsov

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