Nikas Safronov brought 60 of his works to Samara. The paintings were selected in such a way that the visitors of the exhibition could learn as much as possible about the artist's work. The artist is known all over the world. His works are in almost all museums on the planet and among the most famous collectors. As part of the charity shows, guys from the institutions of the Ministry of Social, Demographic and Family Policy of the Samara Region were one of the first to join the beautiful. There is a whole story behind each of Safronov's paintings. Children listen to them, literally, with their mouths open. Different execution techniques, different directions. Somewhere photographic accuracy, in others a minimum of detail. This is the style of dream vision - the composition seems to be incomplete - so that the viewer himself thinks out what should be on the canvas.
- Our children are very talented, they are very fond of painting and paint themselves. This is a great holiday for us and a great opportunity to see truly unique paintings, which is extremely interesting. Children are generally very curious, so the children leave happy. Emotions are very necessary for children at this age, - says Olga Tochilnikova, teacher of the center for helping children left without parental care "Ivolga".
Nobody forces anyone to go to exhibitions. Children decide for themselves what to spend their free time on. However, as practice shows, very few people refuse. Such events broaden the horizons and make you think about the eternal.
“As part of educational work for the children, we constantly organize visits to various exhibitions, cultural events, introduce children to exhibition expositions with concert programs,” explains Vladimir Borisov, chief consultant of the Ministry of Social, Demographic and Family Policy of the Samara Region.
Nikas Safronov's paintings are full of symbolism, which is why they are interesting to everyone. Everyone finds something of their own in them. Landscapes and still lifes, portraits, subject surrealistic compositions. At first glance, it seems difficult. In fact, it is interesting, since it is a powerful impetus for the development of creative thinking.
- We are constantly visited by visitors with children, the ages are very different. Sometimes they come with babies who are not even a year old,”recalls the curator of the exhibition, Angelica Pecherskaya.
A huge part of excursions around the exhibition of paintings by Nikas Safronov is charitable. Free sightseeing tours are provided for different categories of citizens. The exhibition was also attended by doctors from Samara, who were at the forefront in the fight against coronavirus.