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Winners of the Festival 2007

The winners of the First Moscow Festival of Arts “Traditions and Modernity” were determined by the competent jury:

Nomination: Painting “For the preservation of traditions in modern painting”
Winner: Artist Andrei Vladimirovich Vasnetsov for the cycle of works presented at the exhibition “FAMILY OF THE ARTIST GURIYA ZAKHAROV” 1977 YY (RUSSIA)

Nomination: Painting “For light solution of space, richness of colorful transitions”
Winner: Artist Anatoly Slepyshev for his work “Hunting (evening)” (1989), U Yara Gallery, Russia

Nomination: Painting “For originality of handwriting and individual style”
Winner: Artist Rothko Nikolai Alexandrovich for his work “Dialogue” (2003) from the cycle “Small Places of the Big Land”, Russia.

Nomination: Graphics “For poetic and musicality of the image”
Winner: Artist Vinarchuk Olga for her work “Sketch for Griboyedov’s play “Woe from Wit”, Countess Babushka” (2002), Russia

Nomination: Graphics “For correspondence of the chosen technique to the artistic worldview”
Winner: Artist Elena Samoukova for her project “Black on White” (2005), Canada.

Nomination: Sculpture “For the best disclosure of the theme”
Winner: Sculptor Grigory Pototsky for his work “Actor Gerard Departier” (bronze 2006)

Nomination: Sculpture “For the best use of material properties”
Winner: Sculptor Soskiev V.B. for his work “Male Figure” (bronze 1998).

Nomination: Sculpture “For Innovation in Plastic”
Winner: Sculptor Avetisyan Arsen for his work “Perkur” (Bronze, cast, 2004), Great Britain, Alla Bulyanskaya Gallery, represented by the founder of the gallery, Alla Bulyanskaya.

Nomination: Photography “For the reflection of eternal ideas, instant impressions”
Winner: photographer Egle Melinauskiene for the project “No Stranger’s Pain” (2006), Lithuania.

Nomination: Photography “For emotionality and dynamics of the plot”
Winner: Photographer Jiří Tyn for his work “Untitled” (2005), Czech Republic.

Nomination: Installation “For Aesthetics in Content and Form”
Winner: Sculptor Alexander Burganov, for a series of works presented at the festival (2005).

Nomination: Applied Art “Best Author’s Work”
Winner: Olina Wenzel, for her work “Venetian” (2006), Anastasia Chizhova Gallery, represented by gallery founder Anastasia Chizhova.

Nomination: Applied Art “Non-traditional application of known materials”
Winner: McGrath Company for the work “Faberge candlestick” Russia. In the person of leading artist Makovetsky Vladimir Kirillovich

In the direction “Best Project”, special prize
Winner: “Crossroads of the Centuries. Versions.”
Galleries: ARSLonga represented by Veronika Ermicheva, ART-RA represented by Lyubov Arkadyevna Yakhontova, EXPO-88 represented by Elena Alekseevna Yakovleva.

In the direction of “Best Exposition, Special Prize
Winner: Museum of Contemporary Russian Art represented by its founder Alexander Glaser

In the direction “For creative longevity and plans for the future”, special prize
Winner: Boris Efimov, Russia

“Young Artist”, special prize
Winner: Mikhail Levin

Audience Award, Special Prize
Winner: Natalia Nelidova, For her work “Universe”

In the direction “Painting”, special prize
Winner: Yuri Pavlov for his work “Peace to All” (2006) Russia.

In the direction “Photography”, a special prize
Winner: Ugnius Gelguda for his work “Zalgiris (Grunwald)”, Lithuania

In the direction “Graphics”, special prize
Winner: Vladimir Mochalov for a series of silkscreen works “Beatles”, “Leonardo da Vinci”, “Winston Churchill”, Russia

In the direction of “Time and Creativity”, special prize
Winner: Slava Fokk, for his work “Duet” (2006), Russia. ZERO Gallery, represented by gallery owner Naum Mironovich Olev.

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