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Supported by the Ministry of Immigration and Absorption, Center for Absorption of Immigrant Artists and returning residents

Exhibition Hall of Jerusalem House of Quality | ‫גלריית בית אות המוצר הירושלמי‬

“Music in Art” 26.10.2017-31.10.2017

20.12.2017–27.12.2017 03.01.2018–09.01. 2018

The Festival organized by Jerusalem House of Quality Art Center in association with Skizza Gallery ‫ מרינה שלסט‬,‫ מרינה גנקין‬:‫אוצרות‬ ‫ מרינה שלסט‬:‫טקסט‬ ‫ מרינה גנקין‬:‫ביוגרפיות‬ ‫ אלי רטנר‬:‫עיצוב גרפי‬ ‫ חיים דולגופולסקי‬:‫תרגום לעברית‬ ‫ משה שלסט‬:‫תרגום לאנגלית‬ ‫צילומי העבודות באדיבותם של האמנים‬ ‫המיוצגים בקטלוג‬ ‫כל הזכויות שמורות תשע"ח‬

Curators: Marina Genkina, Marina Schelest Preface: Marina Schelest Biographies: Marina Genkina Design: Eli Ratner Hebrew translation: Haim Dolgopolsky English translation: Moshe Shelest All illustrations have been provided by the artists represented in catalogue © all rights reserved 2018

Skizza Gallery skizze.gallery@gmail.com

‫גלריית אמנות סקיצה‬

Jerusalem House of Quality jeruhous@netvision.net.il

‫בית אות המוצר הירושלמי‬

‫ גובה * רוחב * עומק‬,‫המידות מובאות בסנטימטרים‬

Measurements are given in centimeters, height x width x depth


Leonardo da Vinci called music "the sister of painting". These two art forms developed in parallel, engaging with each other no less than painting and literature. Musicians playing music, and their musical instruments were a beloved theme for artists throughout the epochs. Ancient bas-reliefs and vases picturing musicians are followed by medieval frescoes and icons of angels playing musical instruments. In this epoch artists create paintings, the protagonists of which are concert goers, while the musical instruments themselves become the "heroes" of still-lifes. The theme of musicians and musical instruments retained its attractiveness for modern painters, graphics and photographers. New forms and genres appear parallel in music as well as in art: the rhythm of jazz and soul, modern atonal music, the energy of rock — the same pattern can be glimpsed in the search of new forms by artists of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century. Exactly because of that this theme is an inexhaustible resource for exhibitions. This time around, in the three exhibitions "Music and Paintings" we tried to show not only works on a "musical" subject but also show the rhythm of music, the form of musical pieces in paintings, photography, in a small form even where there is no depiction of musicians or musical instruments. Thus the first and third exhibitions were devoted to the plasticity of the participants and the musical instruments themselves with their unique "sounding" form. While on the second exhibition of this cycle exclusively scenery was presented, which we also chose according to their rhythmical build, and their inner sound. This became possible because in musical and pictorial compositions follow a similar pattern. Thus, just like for a visual series rhythm and movement, for music color and symmetry are important. We talked about the line in pictorial arts, but also about the melodic line in music, about the proportions of both. Music on itself is also capable of "painting". That's why on the vernissages of our exhibitions musicians were invited, which best exemplified the "tonality" of the exhibition. Thus, the first exhibition was accompanied by the famous Jerusalem pianist, lecturer at the The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance Michael Mereminsky. The second exhibition where many city landscapes were presented, was "voiced" by the rhythms of Jazz compositions by the brilliant saxophonist Elena Odintsovoi. While on the third exhibition the guitar was heard by the great guitarist Michael Suda. Sound to visual associations and vice versa are often experienced by artists and musicians alike. And that is one of the mysteries of creativity, which is so important to share with the public and the artists and the musicians. Marina Schelest, curator The festival is done with the aid of the Ministry of Absorption and with the aid of the Center of Absorption of repatriated artists which exists within the Ministry of Absorption


Леонардо да Винчи называл музыку «сестрой живописи». Эти два вида искусства развивались параллельно, соприкасаясь не менее тесно, чем живопись и литература. Музыканты, музицирование, музыкальные инструменты служили излюбленной моделью для изобразительного искусства разных эпох. Античные барельефы и вазы с изображением музыкантов сменяются средневековыми фресками и иконами с музицирующими ангелами. В эпоху Возрождения художники пишут картины, персонажи которых — участники концертов, а сами музыкальные инструменты становятся "героями" натюрмортов. Тема музыкантов и музыкальных иструментов сохранила свою привлекательность и для современных живописцев, графиков, фотографов. Новые формы и жанры появляются параллельно и в музыке, и в живописи: ритмы джаза и соула, современной атональной музыки, надрыв рока — все это можно проследить и в поисках новых форм у художникоа 20го — начала 21го века. Именно поэтому эта тема совершенно неисчерпаема для выставочных проектов. На этот раз в трех выставках фестиваля "Музыка и живопись" мы постарались показать не просто работы на "музыкальную" тему, но уловить ритмы музыки, формы музыкальных произведений в живописных работах, художественых фотографиях, малых формах даже там, где напрямую нет изображений музыкантов или музыкальных инструментов. Так, первая и третья выставки были посвящены пластике исполнителей и самим музыкальным инструментам с их необыкновенной "звучащей" формой. На второй же выставке этого цикла были представлены исключительно пейзажи, которые мы тоже отбирали по принципу их ритмического построения, их внутреннего звучания. Это оказалось возможным потому, что в музыкальной и живописной композиции часто действуют сходные закономерности. Так же, как для изобразительного ряда важен ритм и движение, для музыки важны колорит и симметрия. Мы говорим о линии в изобразительном искусстве, но также о мелодической линии в музыке, о пропорциях и там и здесь. Музыка и сама великолепно умеет "живописать". Поэтому на вернисажи наших выставок были приглашены музыканты, которые лучше всего отражали "тональность" самой экспозиции. Так, первую выставку сопровождал известный иерусалимский пианист, преподаватель Академии им. Рубина Михаил Мереминский. Вторая выставка, где было представлено много городских пейзажей, была «озвучена» ритмами джазовых композиций в исполнении блестящей саксофонистки Елены Одинцовой. А на третьей выставке звучала классичекая гитара в исполнении замечательного гитариста Михаила Суда. Есть такое понятие — хромостезия или цветной слух, при котором отдельные тона и тональности музыкального произведения ассоциируются с определенными цветами, а цвета с определенной тональностью. И это одна из загадок творчества, которым так важно поделиться с публикой и художникам, и музыкантам... Марина Шелест, куратор Фестиваль проводится при поддержке Министерства Абсорбции Израиля и существующего при нем Центра абсорбции репатриантов-деятелей искусств.


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photo: Olga Mruwka | mruwka.com


‫ | אנטולי ברטינסקי‬Anatoly Baratynsky

Variety Show. Triptych. 2017. Author's technique, digital print on paper, 46x33 (each one)

‫ הדפסה דיגיטלי על נייר‬,‫טכניקת המחבר‬

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‫ | שלמה ברונשטיין‬Shlomo Bronshtein

Jazz: the Quintessence of Energy. 2017. Mixed media, printing on canvas, 180х45

‫ טכניקה מעורבת‬.‫ תמצית האנרגיה‬:‫ג'אז‬

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‫ | ולדימיר צ’וטקו‬Vladimir Chootko

Untitled. 2017. Photography

‫ צילום‬.‫ללא כותרת‬

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‫ | סרגיי חבוסטנקו‬Sergey Hvostenko

Paula and Don Juan. 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 100x100

‫ אקריליק על בד‬.‫פאולה ודון חואן‬

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‫ | טניה קרוון‬Tanya Karavan

Still Life with Trumpets. Silver print photography, 27×35

‫טבע דומם עם חצוצרות‬

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‫ | בנימין קלצל‬Benjamin Kletzel

Violinist. 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 70.5x50

‫ אקריליק על בד‬.‫כנר‬

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‫ | אנה קרוגליקוב‬Anna Kruglikova

In White. 2016. Photography, 30x40

‫ צילום‬.‫בלבן‬

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‫ | מריה מיכאלוב‬Maria Mihaelov

Music of Creation. Acrylic on canvas, 60x100

‫ אקריליק על בד‬.‫צלילי היצירה‬

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‫ | אולגה מרובקה‬Olga Mruwka

Sounds of Jerusalem. 2016. Photography

‫ צילום‬.‫צלילים של ירושלים‬

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‫ | שמואל (אנטולי) שלסט‬Shmuel (Anatoly) Schelest

From the series "Jazz-Graphics". 1989. Ball pen on paper, 40x30

‫ עט כדורי על נייר‬."‫מתוך הסדרה "ג'אז גרפיקה‬

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‫ | מקס שאמוטה‬Max Shamota

Breslev Musicians. 2016. Photography, computer processing, 50х70

‫ עיבוד מחשב‬,‫ צילום‬.‫מוזיקאים ברסלביים‬

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Skizza Gallery, Jerusalem Skizza Gallery in the Jerusalem House of Quality Art-Centre was established in May 2007. This project was created and is co-run by the two art curators Marina Genkina and Marina Schelest as well as by artist Shmuel (Anatoly) Schelest. The Gallery is divided into two part: Shmuel’s Studio and a little garden which is active only during the summer. Large exhibitions (as well as wintertime large group activities) are held in the Exhibition Hall of the Jerusalem House of Quality. During its existence, the Gallery performed a manifold of exhibitions, a series of concerts, copious amounts of Musical evenings as well as lectures and Movie screenings. So, with the help of the Ministry of Absorption (Centre for the Absorption of artists – new repatriates) three serious projects were brought to life: "From the Countries of Migration" (20082013, every exhibition shows the creativity of artists from one of those countries) "ART… АРТ … ‫ – "ארט‬an annual Festival of Contemporary Israeli Art, from 2012 up to now. "Jerusalem’s Rainbow" – an annual festival of thematic exhibitions, from 2013 up to now. “Skizza” also develops projects: "Wanderings of the Sons of Israel" has traveled the world: Jerusalem, Israel (2009), Koln-Mainz-Chemnitz, Germany (2011), Dnipropetrovsk-Kiev, Ukraine (2012), Jerusalem, Israel (2013). The said project was done with the aid of the Fund “Genesis” and Ministry of Information and Diaspora of Israel. "Adam, where are thou?", 2014 with the participation of Israel’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Culture of Georgia. The exhibition "Adam, where are thou?" was successfully shown in the Tbilisi Academy of Arts Exhibition Halls, and has generated so much interest that it has become the beginning of a much bigger project – the exchange of art exhibitions of Israeli and Georgian artists between said countries. The activities of the Skizza Gallery were numerously reported by the Israeli Media.

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photo: Olga Mruwka | mruwka.com


‫ | אלכסנדר אדונין‬Alexander Adonin

Before the Rain. 2008. Oil on canvas

‫ שמן על בד‬.‫לפני הגשם‬

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‫ | לרה (ליאורה) ברשטיין‬Lera (Liora) Barstein

Jerusalem. Nachlaot. 2017. Oil on canvas, 65/50

‫ שמן על בד‬.‫ נחלאות‬.‫ירושלים‬

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‫ | מריה בלנובסקאיה‬Maria Belanovskaya

Night. 2015. Photography, 50x34

‫ צילום‬.‫לילה‬

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‫ | נטלי גונצ'רובה‬Nataly Goncharova

March. 2016. Acrylic on canvas, 48х38

‫ אקריליק על בד‬.‫מרץ‬

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‫ | טניה קרוון‬Tanya Karavan

Neve Tzedek. Facade. 2009. Photography, 44х55

‫ צילום‬.‫הבנין‬-‫ חזית‬.‫נווה צדק‬

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‫ | בוריס קרוונוב‬Boris Karavanov

House on Liteyny Avenue. St. Petersburg. 2016. Oil on canvas, 50х40

‫ שמן על בד‬.‫בית על שדרת ליטיני‬

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‫ | לובוב מינגזיטינב‬Liubov Mingazitinova

Pause. Polyptych. 2017. Marker on paper, 75x30

‫ מרקר על נייר‬.‫ פוליפטיכון‬.‫שתיקה‬

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‫ | קרן נויה‬Keren Noya

Sunset. 2017. Monochrome photography

‫ צילום מונוכרום‬.‫שקיעה‬

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‫ | טניה פוגורלסקי‬Tania Pogorelsky

Untitled. 2012. Oil on canvas, 70x50

‫ שמן על בד‬.‫ללא כותרת‬

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‫ | טטיאנה רטוש‬Tatyana Ratush

A Yard in St. Petersburg. 2017. Mixed media

‫ טכניקה מעורבת‬.‫חצר בסנט פטרסבורג‬

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photo: Olga Mruwka | mruwka.com


'‫ | מרים פייגה בונימוביץ‬Miriam-Feyga Bunimovich

In the Making. 2017. Long exposure, print on plywood, 30x45

‫ הדפסה ישירה על עץ לבוד‬,‫ חסיפה ארוכה‬.‫התהליך‬

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‫ | אלכסנדר יפרמוב‬Alexander Efremov

Violin. 1999. Photography, 50x34,5

‫ צילום‬.‫כינור‬

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‫ | בלה גרודינסקי‬Bella Grodinsky

Sounds of Rain. 2011. Mixed media, 24,5х20

‫ טכניקה מעורבת‬.‫קולות של גשם‬

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‫ | גרגורי חטין‬Gregory Khatin

One-Two –Three. Photography, 100x54

‫ צילום‬.‫שלוש‬-‫שתיים‬-‫אחת‬

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‫ | אינה לסובוי‬Inna Lesovaya

Family Concert. 1997. Oil on canvas, 100х80

‫ שמן על בד‬.‫קונצרט משפחתי‬

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'‫ | משה אורלוביץ‬Masha Orlovich

Klezmer Memories. 2017. Etching, mixed media, 58x74

‫ טכניקה מעורבת‬,‫ תחריט‬.‫זיכרונות כליזמר‬

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‫ | משה פוטאפנקובה‬Masha Potapenkova

Sounds of Music. 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 100x80

‫ אקריליק על בד‬.‫קולות של מוסיקה‬

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‫ | יוסף שלסט‬Yosef Schelest

The Symphony of Gush Dan. 2017. Photography

‫ צילום‬.‫הסימפוניה של גוש דן‬

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)‫ | אנה רוז (סגל‬Anna Roz (Segal)

Untitled. Photography, 60x60

‫ צילום‬.‫ללא כותרת‬

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‫ | שמואל (אנטולי) שלסט‬Shmuel (Anatoly) Schelest

Flute. 1999. Oil on canvas 88х63

‫ שמן על בד‬.‫חליל‬

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‫ | זלי סמחוב‬Zely Smekhov

Dancing in the Moonlight. 2012. Acrylic on canvas, 60x70

‫ אקריליק על בד‬.‫רוקדים לאור הירח‬

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‫ | לובה טרנבסקיה‬Luba Ternavskaya

Untitled. Photography, 26x38,5

‫ צילום‬.‫ללא כותרת‬


Alexander Adonin

Born 1949, Novoaidar, Lugansk Region, Ukraine, USSR. 1975 — graduated from the State Art-Theater College, Krasnodar, Russia. 1977 — initiated the Children Art School opening, Slutsk, Belarus. Worked there until 1991. Since 1991 in Israel, lives in Jerusalem. Since 2007 — cooperates with Benjamin Dvora Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel. Awards: 2007 — “Artist of the Year” Prize Nominate, 9th TV channel, Israel Collections: Private collections in Russia, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Israel and USA Anatoly Baratynsky

Born in 1962, Ufa, Russia, USSR. 1988 — graduated from the Magnitogorsk Pedagogical Institute, Art Department. Became member of the Artists Union of the former USSR. Since 1991 lives and works in Israel, in Jerusalem. 1992 — became member of the Israeli Branch of the International Artists Association. Awards: 1996 — Shoshanna Ish-Shalom Scholarship, Jerusalem, Israel// 1997 — “Certificate of Merit" Art Addiction International Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden// 1998 — Diploma 1st International Art Annual ,,Masks in Venice", Italy// 2003 — Medal and Diploma, Tatra Art Museum of Proprad, Slovakia// 2006 — Diploma ,,Third International Biennial of Graphics", St. Petersburg, Russia// Diploma “Second Russian Water-color Exhibition” , Kurgan, Russia// The Charlotte Chapter of the Interior Design Society's, NC, USA (Third place award)// 2014 — Yuri Stern Award in the Field of Plastic Arts, for a contribution to culture of Israel (Award Ceremony: 2014 February 19th, Tel Aviv Museum, Israel) //2016 — The winner of the Contest for the Artists "The Wall" declared by the US Embassy in Israel Collections: The Art Museum, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel// Natural History Museum, Jerusalem, Israel// Museum of Contemporary Art, Imatra, Finland// Museum of Contemporary Russian Art, Jersey City, USA//Tatra Art Museum, Poprad, Slovakia// Nesterov’s Art Museum, Ufa, Russia// Udmurt Republican Art Museum, Izhevsk, Russia// Dogadin Astrakhan State Art Gallery, Russia// Regional Art Museum, Kurgan, Russia// Fund of Modern Graphics, St, Petersburg, Russia// Design Center, Chelyabinsk, Russia// G. Galagan’s Chernigov Art Museum, Ukraine// Roerich Art Museum, Odessa, Ukraine// Uman' Museum of Art, Ukraine// National Art Museum, Baku, Azerbaijan// Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France// Ural Art Gallery,

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Ufa, Russia// Art Gallery of the Bank Leumi, Tel-Aviv, Israel// Alla Bulyanskaya Art Gallery, London, UK// Alla Bulyanskaya Art Gallery, Moscow, Russia anatoly8562@gmail.com www.baratynsky.ehie.co Lera (Liora) Barstein

Born 1961 in Moscow, Russia, USSR. 1981 — graduated from Moscow Art College. Since 1983 — Member of Moscow Artists’ Union. 1990 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Ma’ale Adumim. Since 1992 — Member of Israeli and International Artists Association. Award: 1983 — The First Prize of Yanush Korchak International Picture Competition Collections: Private collections in Israel, Russia and other countries lerabarshtein@gmail.com lerabarshtein.com Maria Belanovskaya

Born in 1987, Moscow, Russia, USSR. 2006 — graduated from Karl Fabergé College for Applied Art, Moscow, Russia, degree in fabric painting// 2010 — graduated from the International Business and Management Academy, Art design and Advertising Institute, Moscow, Russia, degree in textile design// 2011-2012 — “Prestige” Moscow Educational Center, Moscow, Russia, degree in graphic design// 2014-2015 — MASA Tlalim Photo, Ayanot, Israel. 2015 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Jerusalem belanov.mariya@gmail.com Shlomo Bronshtein

Born 1962, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, USSR. Graduated from the Journalism Faculty of Tashkent State University. 1992 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Hadera. Collections: Private collections in Israel, France, Germany, Russia, and Uzbekistan sh.bron@gmail.com

Vladimir Chootko

Born in 1961, Leningrad, URSS (now St.Petersburg, Russia). 1989 — graduated from Leningrad State Institute of Culture N.K. Krupskaya (now St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts), Cinema and Photography Department. Studied at the Higher Courses of Scriptwriters and Directors. 1980-1983 — worked as cameraman in “Lennauchfilm” Studio (Leningrad, Russia). 2002-2015 — Head of the Cinema and Photography Department of St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts. Scriptwriter and director some documentary films(“The Other Side of The Earth’, ‘The Priest and The Parish” and others). Member of The Cinematographers Union of the Russian Federation. 2015 — repatriated to Israel, lives and works in Jerusalem. Awards: 1997 — Third Prize, All-Russian Competition of Screenwriters // 2001 — 1st Price, Film Competition "Saint Anna" Collections: The State Russian Museum, St.Petersburg, Russia chootko@gmail.com www.chootkophoto.com Alexander Efremov

Born in 1957, Moscow, Russia, USSR. Studied in Moscow and Leningrad (now St.Petersburg). 1983 — 1995I worked as a photojournalist in the Russian media. Since 1996 -freelance photographer. Since 1991 — member of the Photo Artists’ Union of Russia. Since 1997 — member of the Advertising Photographers Guild. Since 2008 — member of the European Association of Professional Photographers. Since 2014 — in Israel, lives in Haifa. Author of 12 books on photography and digital processing and the author of the training film for photos. Awards: Winner and Laureate of the many International Photographic Exhibitions and Competitions Collections: Private collections in Israel, Russia, Holland, USA, Ukraine, Belgium alexfotoland@gmail.com www.efremovphoto.com

Miriam-Feyga Bunimovich

Born 1985, USSR. 2009 — graduated from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine. 2013 — graduated from the Graphic Design Program, Specter Group, representing Microsoft & Adobe in Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel. 2010 — repatriated to Israel. Awards: 2010, 2011 — Binyamin Regional Council art photo contest. miriamfeyga@gmail.com

Arieh Zerach Evental

Born in 1961, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR. Since 1984 began to engage in ceramics. Selfeducation. 1990 — received the official title “Masters of decorative and applied Art”, Artists’ Union of Ukraine. Participated in many exhibitions (together with Shlomit Evental). 2015 — repatriated to Israel, lives and works in Jerusalem.

Collections: Private collections in Ukraine, Russia, France, England, USA, Japan, Germany, Italy eventalshlomit@gmail.com Shlomit Evental

Born in 1964, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR. Since 1984 began to engage in ceramics. Selfeducation. 1990 — received the official title “Masters of decorative and applied Art”, Artists’ Union of Ukraine. Participated in many exhibitions. 2015 — repatriated to Israel, lives and works in Jerusalem. Collections: Private collections in Ukraine, Russia, France, England, USA, Japan, Germany, Italy eventalshlomit@gmail.com Nataly Goncharova-Kantor

Born 1966, Kharkov, Ukraine, USSR. 1984 — graduated from the Kharkov State Art Academy. 1986 — moved to Odessa. Since 1986 — participates in exhibitions of the Second Odessa Avant-garde. Since 1988 — member of the Avant-garde South Group of Creative Union of Artists (TOHaartist association). Since 1992 in Israel, lives and works in Jerusalem. She taught numerous art courses and continued her participation in various individual and group art exhibitions. Collections: Private collections in the USA, Canada, France, Greece, Israel and Russia yamnat31@gmail.com Bella Grodinsky

Born 1947, in Valga, Estonia, USSR. 1972 — Graduated from the State Institute of Arts Estonian SSR (now Estonian Arts Academy), Graphic Art Department, specialty — books’ design. Worked as Art Editor at a Book Publishing House in Tallinn, Estonia. Repeatedly awarded with diplomas of the annual competitions of the best books and at the Republican and International Exhibitions of Books Design. Took 11 solo exhibitions of drawings, pastel and watercolors in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. 1991 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Jerusalem. In Israel Grodinsky worked as a computer graphic designer and illustrator, designed and illustrated many books and other publications, worked in advertising, too. Collections: Private collections in different countries revacha@013net.net


Gregory Khatin

Born 1947, Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Russia, USSR. After serving in the army went to Polytechnic Institute. There also worked in the photographic laboratory. Since 1974 — worked in the restoration shop as photographer. Since 1978 — collaborated with publishers "Aurora", "Artist of the RSFSR," "Art", "Music", "Lenizdat", "Slavia", “P-2” etc. Photographs of Khatin were published in more than 50 albums and books in Russia, which were displayed at various exhibitions books in Moscow, Frankfurt-on-Main and others. Was a member of the Gorcom (City Committee) of graphics artists, St. Petersburg Artists Union. 1999 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Jerusalem. Participated in the publication of more than 20 albums and books in Israel. gre-kha@ya.ru Sergey Hvostenko

Born 1970, Altai Region, USSR (now Russia). 1995 — graduated from E. V. Vuchetich State Art College, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. 2001 — graduated from The National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, Kyiv, Ukraine. 2013 — moved to Israel, lives and works in Ashdod. hvostenkos@gmail.com Tanya Karavan

Born 1976, Minsk, Belarus, USSR. Since 1992 in Israel, lives in Ariel. 1995 — studied at the ART College, Fine Arts Department, Mitzpe-Ramon, Israel. 2002 — graduated from Bezalel Academy of Arts, Industrial Design Department, Jerusalem, Israel. 1997-2002 — studied drawing at the Studio of Sasha Okun, and photography at the studio of landscape master Yosef Cohen. 2002-2004 opened a professional photography studio, worked with a big format camera, experimented with macroscopic photogram. 2001-2003 — actress and designer at the ”Clipa” Theatre, ”Fantasy SET” Performing Group and ”Orkhestra” Theatre. Since 2004 — member of the Israel Painters and Sculptors Association. Since 2004 — cooperates with Swiss Publishing House. 2010 — joined the Professional Artists Association of Israel. Awards: 1997 — 1st Prize, “Color Paintings” Exhibition-Competition, Gerard Bachar, Jerusalem, Israel tkaravan@gmail.com Boris Karavanov

Born 1950, Belarus, USSR. Graduated from the Polytechnic Academy in Minsk, Architecture Department, studied painting

in the studio of Professor A.Baranovsky. Taught architecture and drawing at the Polytechnic Academy, Minsk, and was a teacher of painting at the Minsk Art College. 1994 — Member of the Belarusian Artists’ Union. Since 1994 — in Israel. Since 1998 — Member of Israel Painters and Sculptors Association. Since 2003 — Member of the Israel Association of Professional Artists. ella@karavanov.com Benjamin Kletzel

Born in 1932, Pervomaisk, near Odessa, Ukraine, USSR. Since 1941 lived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 1967 — graduated from Tashkent Theater and Art Institute, Art Department, Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 1967 — moved to Samara, Russia. Since 1976 — member of USSR Artists’ Union. 1990 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Jerusalem. Awards: 1995 — Ish Shalom Prize, Jerusalem; 2007 — Jerusalem Olive Prize Collections: Art Museum, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria; Samara Museum of Fine Arts, Samara, Russia; galleries and private collections of Israel, Russia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, South Africa, USA Anna Kruglikova

Born in Moscow, Russia. 2012 — graduated from Moscow State University, Geology Department. 2013-2014 — studied at Tlalim Group, Masa Programme (Tlalim — training program in conjunction with the Photo) 2014 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Tel Aviv. ann.kruglikova@gmail.com Inna Lesovaya

Born in 1947, Kiev, USSR (now Kyiv, Ukraine). 1973 — graduated from Moscow Polygraphic Institute (now Moscow State University of Printing Arts), Graphics Department. 1974 — Member of Soviet Artists’ Union. 2016 — repatriated to Israel, lives and works in Kfar Eldad, Gush Etzion. Collections: Private collections in Israel, Russia, France, USA lesovoy.arnold@gmail.com www.inna-lesovaya.com Maria Mihaelov Maria Mihaelov

Born 1978, Kharkov, Ukraine, USSR. 19951997 studied in Orel's Art College at the faculty of graphic design. Since 1997 lives in Israel, Jerusalem.

2004 — graduated from Jerusalem Academy of Art, Bezalel , the faculty of Ceramic Design and Glass. Since 2007 works as chief designer in Orel’s State Theater “Free Space” in Russia , and collaborates as stage and costume designer with the theaters in Israel. Awards: 2006 — Diploma of 3-d International Biennial of Graphic , St.Petersburg, Russia Collections: Museum of Modern Graphic Art, St.Petersburg , Russia// Galleries and private collections in Israel, Russia, Great Britain, France, Canada, U.S.A. mmihilova@yahoo.com

— graduated from Volgograd State SocioPedagogical University, Russia (linguist, pedagogical sphere), Master’s degree// 2015 — graduated from Geo Photos school, Tlalim Group, Masa Programme. (Tlalim — training program in conjunction with the Photo ), Israel. 2015 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Bat Yam. Since 2015 — member of Artist Association, Israel. lexie789@mail.ru 1990klagutina@gmail.com www.kerenphoto.com

Liubov Mingazitinova

Born in Leningrad (now St.Petersburg), Russia. 1981 — graduated from the V.Serov College of Fine Art, Leningrad. Since 1990 — in Israel, lives in Safed. Since 2000 — a member of the Israel Painters and Sculptors Association. Collections: St.Petersburg Museum of Sculpture, Russia//Private collections in Israel, Russia, Europe, USA (including collections of Maxim Vengerov and Daniel Barenboim) orlovich.masha@gmail.com

Born 1975, Moscow, USSR. 1994 — graduated from Moscow Art College in Memory 1905, stage designer, set decorator. 1999 — graduated from Moscow Art Theatre School, costume designer, a specialist in the production of historical costumes, a specialist in the production of costumes for performances and films designed. 1999 — 2009 — Lecturer, Moscow Art Theatre School, a specialty — History and Technology Military Costume. 2013 — Lecturer Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS), a specialty — History and Technology Military Costume. 2014 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Ramat-Gan. Since 1999 — Costume designer in TV projects (REN-TV, NTV, ORT and others) and in theaters. Since 2002 — a member of the Moscow Union of Artists, the section "Theater, Film and Television". 2007- 2012 — Head of Costume Department, DAU International Project Collections: Private collections in the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts hanaliebe@gmail.ru Hana-liebe (Skype) Olga Mruwka

Born in 1990, Lvov (now Lviv), Ukraine, USSR. 2011 — graduated from Lviv Polytechnic National University, Economics and Management Institute, Ukraine. Since 2011 — professionally engaged in photography. 2016 — repatriated to Israel, lives and works in Jerusalem. mruwkaphoto@gmail.com mruwka.com Keren Noya

Born in 1990, Volgograd, Russia, USSR. 2012 — graduated from Volgograd State SocioPedagogical University, teacher of English language and computer science. 2014

Masha Orlovich

Tania Pogorelsky

Born 1946, Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Russia, USSR. 1969 — graduated from the Leningrad State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography (now St. Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy), Scenography Department. Worked as a set designer in many a Russian Dramatic Theatre.Since 1980 — book graphics. Since 1991 — led “The motives of “Judaic” Studio at the Jewish Center of the Arts and Crafts, St. Petersburg. Since 2008 lives and works in Ma’ale Adumim,Israel. In the 80s — 90s participated in exhibitions of the “Experimental Art Association”, St. Petersburg, and in International workshops, plain-air in Russia and Israel. Collections: Museum of Fine Arts, Vilnius, Lithuania// Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia// Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, Russia// Private collections in USA, Russia, Germany, Holland, England and Israel. tpogorelsky@gmail.com Masha Potapenkova

Born in Russia, USSR. 2000 — graduated from Sholokhov Moscow State Open Pedagogic University, Art and Graphic Department. Member of the Union of Abstract Artists, member of the All-Russia Artists' Union,

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member of the International Art Foundation, Russia 2015 — moved to Israel, lives in Jerusalem. potapenkovmasha@gmail.com Tatyana Ratush

Born in 1967, Leningrad, USSR (now St. Petersburg, Russia). 1986 — graduated from Mukhina Academy of Art and Design. 1990 repatriated to Israel, lives and works in Jerusalem. Collections: Private collections in Israel, Russia, Germany, Latvia and USA. tatratush.art@gmail.com Anna Roz (Segal)

Born in Moscow, Russia. Lived, studied, worked and exhibited in New York for the past two decades. 2014 — moved to Israel, lives in Jerusalem. Works in a variety of mediums, most notably painting, photography, digital photo montage. anyared@gmail.com Shmuel (Anatoly) Schelest

Born 1957, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR. 1983-1986 — studied at the Kiev Institute of Fine Arts, Graphics Department. 1986 — after Chernobyl catastrophe moved with his family to Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 1989 — graduated from The Tashkent National Institute of Theater and Fine Arts, Graphics Department. 2000 — moved to Koblenz, Germany. 2006 — moved to Israel. Lives in Ma’aleAdumim, works in Jerusalem. Award: 2012 — “Vera” Prize, VI Moscow International Festival of Art “Traditions and Contemporaneity”, Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow, Russia // 2013 — For the Originality of the Artistic Solution, VII Tashkent International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Tashkent, Uzbekistan Collections: Ukraine National Art Museum, Kiev// Art Fund of Uzbekistan, Tashkent// Uzbekistan Art Gallery, National Bank of Uzbekistan, Tashkent// David Baazov Museum of History of Jews of Georgia and Georgian-Jewish Relations, Tbilisi, Georgia// Collection of Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, London, UK// Collection of Annemarie Schimmel, influential German Orientalist, Bonn, Germany// Private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Israel and other countries skizze.gallery@gmail.com Max Shamota

Born in 1961, Moscow, Russia, USSR. 1982 –graduated from Moscow State Art College in Memory of 1905 (now Moscow

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Academic Art College in Memory of 1905), Graphic Department// 1988 — graduated from Moscow Polygraphic Institute (now Moscow State University of Printing Arts), Book Graphics and Design Department. Since 1988 — member of the Russian Artists Union//2007 — member of the Photo Artists of Russia Union// 2008 — member of the Russian Union of Art Photographers ​Since 2010 lives in Israel, Tiberias. Publications: Since the 1990s — published in various magazines and newspapers: "Lechaim", "Ogonyok" (Little Fire), "Novye Izvestia" (New News), "Digital Photo", and others// 2007 — Photo Album "View of Life. Such a different Love" by the "Fotoloft" Gallery Awards: 2006 — First prize in nomination "Portrait" by "Digital Photo" Magazine// 2006-2009 — Prizes in competitions of various photo portals such as: Photoawards. ru, Photokonkurs. com, Photosight. ru. Collections: The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow, Russia// Private collections in Israel, Russia, France, Italy, USA, Canada, Lithuania, Bulgaria maximshamota@gmail.com www.maxshamota.com Josef Shelest

Born 1982, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR. 2004 — repatriated to Israel. Lives and works in Tel-Aviv. 2010 — graduated from the Ma'aleh School of Television, Film & the Arts, Jerusalem, Israel. Award for the Best Cinematography, “The 48 Hour Film”, 2010 josef.shelest@gmail.com Zely Smekhov

Born in 1939, Moscow, USSR in the family of Lev Smekhov — a well-known Russian graphic artist. 1950-1957 — studied at Moscow Artistic Middle School. 1964 –graduated from the Surikov Arts Institute in Moscow, receiving a graphic artist's diploma. 1966-1968 — works at the Master's Graphic Arts Studio at the USSR Academy of Arts under the direction Y. A. Kibrik. 1971 — became a member of the Artists’ Union of the USSR. Since 1991 — in Israel, lives and works in Jerusalem. Member of the International Association of Art, UNESCO. Selected Publication: Since 1996 Smekhov collaborates with the Temple Institute in Jerusalem. Produces a series of paintings devoted to the First and Second Temple

periods, which have been exhibited at the Institute Museum. Many of the paintings have been reproduced in the Institute's publications — prayer books and works on the history of the Temple. "Song of Songs", Beit-Alpha Publishing House, Hebrew-language Edition (100 numbered copies, the calligraphic type and design have been created by David Moss, an American calligrapher and artist)// Illustrations for a series of books on Jewish history, Machanaim Publishing House, Jerusalem// “Torah for Children”, Pitspopany Press, New York — Jerusalem Collections: Museums in Russia, private collections in Russia, Canada, UK, USA, Israel smzely@gmail.com zely-smekhov.com Luba Ternavskaya

Born in 1989, Perm, Russia, USSR. 2014 — repatriated to Israel, lives in Jerusalem. 2014 — studied at MASA Photo, Israel. 2017 — started studying at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Photography Department. FB Ternavskaya Luba Instagram: ternavskaya_photo ternavskaya.photo@gmail.com


‫ליאונרדו דה וינצ'י כינה את המוסיקה "אחותו של הציור"‪ .‬שתי האמנויות הללו התפתחו במקביל ונגעו זו בזו לא פחות‬ ‫משהציור נגע בספרות‪ .‬מוסיקאים‪ ,‬עשיית המוסיקה‪ ,‬כלי המוסיקה היוו מודל שהיה לחביבה של אמנות הציור בתקופות‬ ‫השונות‪ .‬תבליטים ואגרטלים עם ציורי מוסיקאים מן התקופה העתיקה הקלאסית מפנים את מקומם לפרסקאות ואיקונין‬ ‫מימי הביניים נושאי מלאכים מזמרים ומנגנים במיטב כלי נגינה‪ .‬בתקופת הרנסנס נוצרות תמונות שהדמויות שעליהן‬ ‫עורכות קונצרטים של נגינה בצוותא בעוד כלי הנגינה עצמם הופכים ל"גיבורי" הטבע הדומם‪.‬‬ ‫נושא המוסיקה וכלי הנגינה ממשיך להיות אטרקטיבי גם בעיני ציירים‪ ,‬גרפיקאים וצלמים של היום‪ .‬צורות וז'אנרים‬ ‫שונים מופיעים במקביל הן במוסיקה והן באמנות החזותית‪ :‬מקצבי הג'אז והבלוז‪ ,‬מסתורי המוסיקה האטונאלית‬ ‫של המאה ה‪ ,20-‬התפרצויות של מוסיקת הרוק — את כל אלה אפשר למצוא אצל אמני הציור של המאות‬ ‫ה‪ 20-‬וה‪ 21-‬העסוקים בחיפוש אחר צורות חדשות‪.‬‬ ‫זו הסיבה לכך שנושא זה יכול להוות מקור בלתי נדלה כשיוצרים בפרויקטים לתערוכות‪.‬‬ ‫הפעם‪ ,‬בשלוש התערוכות של הפסטיבל "מוסיקה וציור"‪ ,‬השתדלנו לא רק להציג עבודות על נושאי‬ ‫מוסיקה אלא גם לקלוט את מקצביה של המוסיקה‪ ,‬את הצורות של היצירות המוסיקליות בעבודות‬ ‫של ציור‪ ,‬צילום אמנותי והצורה הזעירה — אפילו במקומות בהם מוסיקאים וכלי נגילה אינם‬ ‫מגולמים במישרין‪.‬‬ ‫וכך‪ ,‬התערוכה הראשונה והשלישית הוקדשו לפלסטיקה של המבצעים ולכלי נגינה עצמם‬ ‫עם צורותיהם ה"מצלצלות" המיוחדות‪ .‬ואילו התערוכה השנייה בסדרה הייתה על טהרת‬ ‫נופים שגם אותם בחרנו על בסיס העיקרון של מבנה קצבי‪ ,‬של נימתם הפנימית‪.‬‬ ‫דבר התאפשר משום שגם בקומפוזיציה מוסיקלית וגם בזו הציורית פועלים חוקים‬ ‫דומים‪ .‬וכשם שבנדבך החזותי חשובים המקצב והתנועה‪ ,‬כך במוסיקה ישנה חשיבות‬ ‫לגוון ולסימטריה‪ .‬אנחנו מדברים על קו באמנות החזותית אבל גם על קו מלודי‬ ‫במוסיקה‪ ,‬ופרופורציות ישנן גם בזו וגם בזו‪.‬‬ ‫המוסיקה עצמה יודעת היטב להיות "ציורית"‪ .‬לכן‪ ,‬לאירועי הפתיחה של‬ ‫התערוכות שלנו הוזמנו מוסיקאים ששיקפו נאמנה את ה"טונאליות" של כל‬ ‫התצוגה כולה‪.‬‬ ‫וכך‪ ,‬את התערוכה הראשונה שלנו ליווה פסנתרן ירושלמי נודע‬ ‫המלמד באקדמיה למוסיקה‪ ,‬מיכאל מרמינסקי‪.‬‬ ‫התערוכה השנייה שבה הוצגו נופים עירוניים לרוב‪ ,‬לוותה‬ ‫במקצבים של קומפוזיציות ג'אז בביצועה של הסקסופוניסטית‬ ‫המבריקה ילנה אודינצובה‪.‬‬ ‫ובתערוכה השלישית‪ ,‬נשמעו צלילי הגיטרה הקלאסית‬ ‫בנגינתו של הגיטריסט המופלא מיכאל סוד‪ .‬ישנו מושג‬ ‫סתזיה או "שמיעה צבעונית"‪ ,‬כאשר‬ ‫כרומ ֶ‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫הנקרא‬ ‫צלילים בודדים ואף סולמות טונאליים שלמים‬ ‫ביצירה מוסיקאלית מתקשרים עם צבעים‬ ‫מסוימים‪ ,‬והצבעים יוצרים זיקה עם טונאליות‬ ‫זו או אחרת‪ .‬זוהי אחת החידות ביצירה שכל‬ ‫כך חשוב לנו לשתף בה את הקהל‪ ,‬הציירים‬ ‫והמוסיקאים‪...‬‬ ‫מרינה שלסט‪ ,‬אוצרת‬ ‫הפסטיבל מתקיים בתמיכת המשרד לקליטת‬ ‫העלייה והמרכז לקליטת אמנים עולים‬ ‫ותושבים חוזרים הפועל לצידו‪.‬‬ ‫‪49‬‬


‫בסיוע מרכז לקליטת אמנים עולים ותושבים חוזרים‬ Exhibition Hall of Jerusalem House of Quality | ‫גלריית בית אות המוצר הירושלמי‬

“Music in Art” 26.10.2017-31.10.2017

20.12.2017–27.12.2017 03.01.2018–09.01. 2018

The Festival organized by Jerusalem House of Quality Art Center in association with Skizza Gallery ‫ מרינה שלסט‬,‫ מרינה גנקין‬:‫אוצרות‬ ‫ מרינה שלסט‬:‫טקסט‬ ‫ מרינה גנקין‬:‫ביוגרפיות‬ ‫ אלי רטנר‬:‫עיצוב גרפי‬ ‫ חיים דולגופולסקי‬:‫תרגום לעברית‬ ‫ משה שלסט‬:‫תרגום לאנגלית‬ ‫צילומי העבודות באדיבותם של האמנים‬ ‫המיוצגים בקטלוג‬ ‫כל הזכויות שמורות תשע"ח‬

Curators: Marina Genkina, Marina Schelest Preface: Marina Schelest Biographies: Marina Genkina Design: Eli Ratner Hebrew translation: Haim Dolgopolsky English translation: Moshe Shelest All illustrations have been provided by the artists represented in catalogue © all rights reserved 2018

Skizza Gallery skizze.gallery@gmail.com

‫גלריית אמנות סקיצה‬

Jerusalem House of Quality jeruhous@netvision.net.il

‫בית אות המוצר הירושלמי‬

‫ גובה * רוחב * עומק‬,‫המידות מובאות בסנטימטרים‬

Measurements are given in centimeters, height x width x depth


Music in Art 001

26.10.17 — 31.10.17

002

20.12.17 — 27.12.17

003

03.01.18 — 09.01.18

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