"Hello, Ekaterinburg!" Personal Exhibition of Sergey Prokhorov
On 12 July, a personal exhibition of the artist Sergey Prokhorov opens at the RakovGallery in Ekaterinburg.
From 12 July, RakovGallery presents Sergey Prokhorov's personal exhibition of paintings dedicated to Ekaterinburg. The artist is inspired by travelling, trips to new cities, and, of course, by nature. This time, in their paintings, the Omsk artist Sergey Prokhorov shares his impressions of the capital of the Urals with the viewers.
Always versatile and unpredictable, Sergey Prokhorov demonstrates talent in various genres and styles. Depending on the tasks and format of the work, the artist could easily switch from Academicism to Impressionism, but at the same time he invariably remains faithful to the foundations of the Realistic school. While working on the paintings of the Ekaterinburg series, Sergey Prokhorov unexpectedly gave preference to the impressionistic urban landscape. As a result, the large and hectic industrial city appears not as grey and impersonal, but as a colourful and benevolent capital of the Urals with a century-old history.
The artist notices the beauty and poetry of everyday life of the historical centre of Ekaterinburg and re-opens for local residents the aesthetics of long-familiar squares and parks, and the Shartash Lake coast. The novelty of the artist's view of the city and the unusual approach to composition form the lightness and freshness of the impression. This is the secret of Sergey Prokhorov's presentation of urban landscapes. This approach is capable of impressing even the old residents of the city, who, it may seem, are familiar with every street and every building in Ekaterinburg.
To purchase the artist's works, please contact the gallery staff.
The exhibition is open from 12 July to 30 August 2021, at the RakovGalley. Address: Ekaterinburg, 4D Gorkogo str. Phone: +7 (343) 207-49-90.
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