Artist Ageeva Nina Ippolitovna

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Honored Artist of Russia, painter, graphic artist. 1932 Was born in Moscow.

1948-1949 Studied at the studio of Fine Arts of the Moscow City Palace of Pioneers (studied with V.A. Voronin).

1950 Entered the Kuibyshev Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering. 1954 Left her studies at MISI.

1960 Graduated from the Moscow City Pedagogical Institute named after V. Potemkin (Moscow State Pedagogical Institute named after V.I. Lenin). She studied with L.M. Barkalov and B.M. Nemensky. Thesis - painting "Creativity" (director B.M. Nemensky). 1960-1969 Teacher of painting at the Art and Graphic Faculty of the Smolensk State Pedagogical Institute named after K. Marx.

1967 Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR (since 1991 - member of the Union of Artists of Russia). 1972 She was elected to the Board of the Smolensk Organization of the RSFSR Agricultural Union.

1976 Led the association of young artists and art critics. Delegate of the IV Congress of the Union of Artists of the RSFSR. 2002 was awarded a Certificate of Honor by the Head of the Administration of the Smolensk region. She was awarded a Diploma of the Union of Artists of Russia.

2003-2004 Fellow of the Administration of the Smolensk region.

2004 Awarded the honorary title "Honored Artist of Russia". 2007 State Scholarship Holder in the field of fine arts. PARTICIPATION IN EXHIBITIONS.

Since 1962, participant of regional art exhibitions, zonal art exhibitions (1964 -Moscow; 1967 -Moscow, ;1969-Smolensk; 1974 - Ivanovo; 1980 - Ryazan; 1985 - Kostroma; 1990 - Vladimir).

1966 Exhibition of works by Smolensk artists in Poland.

1971 Exhibition of works by Smolensk artists, Moscow. 1975 All-Union Portrait Competition, Moscow. IV All-Union exhibition of watercolors, Moscow. 1976 IV Republican exhibition "Soviet Russia", in Moscow. 1977 Republican exhibition "My non-Chernozem region", Tula, Smolensk, Gorky. 1978 All-Union exhibition "60 victorious years", Moscow. II Republican exhibition "Drawing and watercolor", Leningrad. II Republican exhibition of prints, Rostov-on-Don. Exhibition of works by Smolensk artists. Moscow. 1979 III Republican exhibition of prints, Moscow, Leningrad. 1983 Personal exhibition, Smolensk. 1986 II All-Union exhibition of book illustration, Moscow.

1987 Exhibition of Smolensk artists in Hagen, Germany. 1991 Inter-republican exhibition "Monuments of the Fatherland" Minsk, Smolensk.

Exhibition of Smolensk shoemakers in Moscow. 1992 Personal exhibition in Smolensk. 1993 Solo exhibition in Roslavl. 1994 Personal exhibition in Smolensk. Exhibition of Smolensk shoemakers in Moscow. 1997 VIII regional exhibition "Artists of the Central regions of Russia", Moscow. 1999 All-Russian exhibition "Boldinskaya Autumn", Moscow. All-Russian exhibition "Russia", Moscow. 2000 All-Russian exhibition "Your Name", Moscow. 2001 Art exhibition "Invitation to Dialogue", Moscow. 2002 Regional exhibition "Invitation to Dialogue", Bryansk. Personal exhibition, Smolensk.

2003 All-Russian exhibition dedicated to the holiday of Slavic writing and the 300th anniversary of the memory of the wonderworker Mitrofaniy. Regional exhibition "Artists of the Central Regions of Russia", Lipetsk. 2005 International exhibition dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War, Moscow. 2006 All-Russian exhibition "The IMAGE OF the MOTHERLAND", Vologda. 2007 Solo exhibition in Smolensk. 2007 Exhibition of works by Smolensk artists at the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, Moscow. Personal anniversary exhibition, Smolensk(DH) 2008 Regional exhibition "Artists of the Central regions of Russia", Moscow Yaroslavl. Personal exhibition, Gagarin.

All-Russian exhibition "Renaissance", Tambov. International exhibition "From Marc Chagall to the present day", Smolensk. 2009 Personal exhibition, G. Demidov. All-Russian exhibition "Russia", Moscow.

The works of Ageeva N.I. are kept in the Smolensk Museum-Reserve, the museum of Chita, are in private collections in Russia, France, Egypt, Canada, USA. Painter and graphic artist N. I. Ageeva belongs to the glorious generation of artists - "sixties", whose work was formed under the influence of the ideals of Khrushchev's "thaw". Nina Ippolitovna Ageeva was born in Moscow on June 30, 1932.

During her school years, she studied in the art studio of the Moscow City House of Pioneers with V. A. Voronin. In 1950, she entered the Kuibyshev Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering, while attending classes at the art studio of the Moscow Builders Club, which was headed by B. F. Rybchenkov. Four years later, she left the Construction Institute and entered the first year of the Moscow State Pedagogical Institute named after V. N. Potemkin (later MGPI named after Lenin).

She studied painting with L. M. Barkalov and B. M. Nemensky.

In 1960 she successfully graduated from the Institute. In the same year, having left her Moscow residence permit, together with her classmates V. V. Yelchaninov and V. A. Laskin, she moved to Smolensk to teach at the art and graphic department of the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of the Smolensk Pedagogical Institute.

She took an active part in the formation of the Art and graphic Faculty. In 1969, she left the institute and switched to creative work.

In 1972-1981, she was repeatedly elected to the Board of the Smolensk Organization of the Union of Artists of Russia. In the mid-70s, she headed the youth commission, supervised the work of the association of young artists, having managed to gather the most gifted creative youth of the Smolensk region in it. In 1976, she was elected a delegate to the IV Congress of Artists of the RSFSR. Ageeva's creativity does not fit into the framework of any particular style or direction. Her meditation paintings, whether genre canvases, portraits or landscapes, are always filled with the personal feeling of the author. In her work there are many self-portraits, children's portraits, paintings-portraits of her mother, there were completely forgotten family portraits.

Outside of this "family" circle, the heroes of her portraits are, as a rule, highly intelligent creative personalities: Metropolitan Kirill, professor-literary critic V. S. Bayevsky, outstanding director A.V. Efros, etc. N. Ageeva appears in a slightly different capacity as a graphic artist. Her graphic sheets are distinguished by clarity, intimacy, poetic touch and, of course, high professionalism. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR since 1967 N. I. Ageeva is a regular participant of regional art exhibitions, many zonal, republican, All-Russian and All-Union exhibitions, exhibitions of works by Smolensk artists in Lodz (Poland) and Hagen (Germany).

Ageeva's creativity is not subject to the conjunctural trends of the time. Not awarded high awards and titles, she remains one of the leading Smolensk artists, and her work is an intellectual and moral measure of the fine art of the Smolensk region. V. M. Anikeev

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