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Alexey Parygin (Alexey Borisovich Parygin) was born on 2 December, 1964 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, is a Russian painter. Discover Alexey Parygin’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?
|Popular As||Alexey Borisovich Parygin|
|Age||56 years old|
|Born||2 December 1964|
|Birthplace||Saint Petersburg, Russia|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Painter|
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Timeline of Alexey Parygin
From the middle of the 90-ies the artist’s main studies subject matter and experiments became signs and sign systems as communicative link of the contemporary society. From 1997 the artist created a series of extended multimedia projects Contemplation of Money, Art is a Business, Art in the Forest. From Nikolay Blagodatov’s article:
“Another important direction in contemporary Russian artists’ books, with many precedents set by the Futurists, is the fusion of poetic and artistic talent of artist-authors blessed with Doppelbegabung. The intimate relationships between text and image is enhanced when author and artist are one and the same person and engage in an inter-art discourse that leads to creations that are truly unified works of art. An artist who achieved equal mastery in more than one medium and made different arts merge in his personality was no doubt Alexey Parygin. His poetic collections <…> represent an attempt to synthesize text and plastic figurative form in books where literary and visual languages are calculated to have a simultaneous effect on the reader/viewer. The work of Alexey Parygin have common features that are not accidental as the books were created at more or less the same time.”
The artist participated in international art projects, festivals and open-air exhibits: “Artisterium XII” (Kutaisi, Tbilisi/ Georgia , 2019; “Museum for Friends” (Lipetsk/ Russia, 2019); “Printed Graphics” (Kazan, Sviyazhsk/ Tatarstan, 2016; “Crna Gora u o’ima ruskih slikara” (Bar/ Montenegro, 2012); “Warszawa w budowie — architektura XXI w malarstwie (Warsaw/ Poland, 2011) and others.
Taught courses: color science, printed graphics, research at the Department of Graphic Design at St. Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and Design (2018-2019). He taught layout, the basics of composition, and the foundations of sculpture at the Institute of Landscape Architecture Saint-Petersburg State Forestry University (2017-2019). Painting course and drawing course at the Department of Interior Design/ St. Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and Design (2003-2012), for which the concept of learning and working programs of the 1st in the 4th course was developed; painting course at the Design School, St. Petersburg, (2004-2009). Author’s course Basics of examination of graphic works of art at the Department of Art Studies of St. Petersburg Humanitarian University of Trade Unions, the management of diploma works (1995-2001).
Among the priority scientific interests of A. B. Parygin is the history of the techniques of the author’s printed graphics, first of all — silk screening. Issues of the primacy of using silkscreen as an art technique; Regional schools and an early history of the process; The chronology and geography of its spread in the world; the interconnection of the latest currents and technological innovations in art. Silkscreen in the art of the United States and Canada and Cuba (1920-60s), in European art: Germany, England, France, Finland (1930-60s) and the USSR. Parygin is the author of Russia’s first fundamental art research on the history and phenomenology of creative silk screening. The results are published in two monographs (2009, 2010).
Spanning for three decades of featured art works the legacy holds about forty unique book objects. In the past decade the artist has participated several major group art editions: “Metamorphosis“. LS Collection Van Abbemuseum. – 2013 ; “Mayakovsky-Manifesto“. St. Petersburg – 2014. , , ”Strannik Gumilëv” (Wanderer Gumilyov). – 2016 , ; ”Jubilaeus”. LS Collection Van Abbemuseum. – 2018 ; ”Russkiy bukvar’” (Russian Alphabet book). M. – 2018 ; ”Poeziya neizvestnykh slov: Variatsii v kirillitse” (Poetry of Unknown Words: Variations in the Cyrillic alphabet). M. – 2019.
Principal Artist, Printmaking Studio, Timofey Markov Publishing House, St. Petersburg (2012-2014). The artist worked on several joint projects with Georgy Kovenchuk.
Since 2010, Parygin has been developing the utopian concept of the form of art after the death of art — PostUrbanism.
Parygin is the author of Russia’s first fundamental art research on the history and phenomenology of creative silk screening . The results are published in two monographs (2009, 2010). The author of more than 100 articles on the history of graphics and contemporary art, including the artists of St. Petersburg (N.F. Lapshin, O.A. Lyagachev, Yu.K. Lyukshin, A. I. Kuindzhi, V.M. Konashevich, A.A. Korolchuk, M.A. Kopylkove, N.I. Kofanove, B.N. Koshelokhov, G.V. Kovenchuk, A.V. Kaplun, L.K. Kazbekove, T.S. Kerner and others) for the German academic directory Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon Die Bildenden Künstler aller Zeiten und Völker (AKL).
Since 1989, Parygin has been contributing to artist’s books. His first editions featured visual series of the author’s poetic text: “Pesok” (Sand). Leningrad. — 1989; Circulation — 5 numbered and signed copies; “Tsvetnye zvuki” (Coloured Sounds). Leningrad. — 1989. Circulation – 5 numbered and signed copies,; “Zelenaia kniga” (The Green Book). Leningrad. — 1989. Circulation – 6 numbered and signed copies,; “Moia mansarda” (My Attic). Leningrad. — 1990. Circulation — 6 numbered and signed copies. And the artist’s book “Krasnye karliki” (Red Dwarfs). Saint Petersburg. — 1990. Circulation — 8 numbered and signed copies.,
Since 1986, the artist participated in more than 250 exhibitions held in Russia (St. Petersburg, Moscow, Rostov-on-Donn, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Kaluga, Arkhangelsk, Saratov, etc.). The artist exhibited in the Netherlands in Groningen, Eindhoven; Germany in Kiel, Hamburg, Aachen; Italy in Naples, Rome, Caltanissetta; Spain in Bilbao; Montenegro in Bar; Latvia in Riga; Poland in Warsaw; China in Beijing; Mexico in Mexico City; India; Brazil in Bagé; Guatemala in San Pedro Carchá; Ethiopia in Addis Ababa and others.
In 1980-1990 Parygin concentrated on easel oil painting outside and using models at the studio, experimented with various paint foundations such as canvas, plywood, glass and other media and used texture and relief techniques. From Aleksandr Kamensky’s article:
Since the mid-1980s, the artist perfected printed graphic technics of silk screening, linocut, woodcut, lithography, cardboard engraving and collagraphy). The artist lives and makes art in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Alexey Borisovich Parygin (Russian: Алексей Борисович Парыгин ; (December 2, 1964 in Leningrad). Soviet and Russian artist, historian and art theorist.
Alexey was born in Leningrad 2 of December 1964. His father Boris Parygin was a social psychologist. Alexey studied at the Graphics Faculty of the Herzen University from 1982–1989. He organized the art group “Union № 0” in Leningrad in 1986-1989 and created the art squatters’ studio “Nevsky 25” in Leningrad in 1987–1990. Joined the Professional Artists’ Union of Russia in 1994, the Art Critics Association (ACA) member since 2003. PhD in Art History with the thesis “Silk Screening as a phenomenon of the 20th Century art” (2002).