Exhibition of graphics "THE IMAGE OF THE CITY IN THE WORKS OF GENNADY HARMIDER" // Oct 25, 2019

Геннадий Гармидер Мавританские ворота Отрада

October 25, 2019, an exhibition of Gennady Garmider, a famous Odessa graphic artist, painter, member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, will open in the Odessa Roerich House Museum. The exhibition is held in the anniversary year of the artist and is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the artist. The exhibition runs until the end of February.

Gennadiy Garmider
Gennady Garmider — a famous Odessa artist — graphic artist, painter, book illustrator. Born in 1945. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine. He has a long way in art — studying at the famous Odessa Grekov Art College and the Kyiv National Academy of Arts. Gennady Garmider participated in many national and international exhibitions. His personal exhibitions were exhibited in museums of Ukraine, Italy, Finland, and USA. His works adorn museums in Ukraine, Russia, Finland, France, Bulgaria, Hungary. Many of his works belong to presidents, diplomats, collectors of France, Italy, USA, Canada, Greece, Australia, Germany, Spain, Finland, Japan. Many of his works are dedicated to Odessa, its unique flavor of the sunny seaside city were taken with them by the memory of those who had left for Israel. He is the real singer of Odessa, to whom more than 150 his works are dedicated — a kind of the chronicle from the foundation to the present day. His engravings are made in the technique of etching, filled with the light of the sun, astringent scents of the sea, the joy of life. A light transparent touch creates a festive, major mood. The exhibition presents works from the graphic series «Odessa at the end of the XIX — the beginning of the XX century», «Cities of the world», a series of landscapes «Sednev» — a picturesque town in Chernihiv region, where the magical originality of the Ukrainian village is stored. Noise works are distinguished by high skill, filigree technique, exquisite taste, subtle Odessa humor.

Images from exibition