- Last Updated on Friday, 31 May 2019 07:50
As any keen person, the artist tries to see the world in its full diversity. This can explain author’s craving for knowledge, travels and new discoveries. Vladimir Gladkov’s series of works created during his trips to Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and other countries as well as those presented at the exhibition reveal the beauty and harmony of nature and human creation. But the focal point of the exhibition is the dying sea. The Aral we are losing step by step, still attracts artists. It gives an opportunity to create landscapes of deep philosophical message. As a result, every visitor can experience their own world view but make an identical conclusion – it is essential to safe vulnerable beauty of nature since we are one common together.
See you at the Art Gallery of the Maritime Exhibition Hall (The Amber Hall, 11 Lenina Street, Svetlogorsk, Russia).
About the artist
Vladimir Gladkov was born in Tashauz (Turkmenistan) on May 12, 1947. He studied art in Tashkent. He studied painting by I.Sokolov at P.Benkov Tashkent School of Fine Arts and by V.Zhdanov at the Tashkent State Institute of Pedagogy (Faculty of Art and Graphics). Gladkov has participated in exhibitions since 1978. In 1988, he joined the Union of Artists of the USSR. His first solo exhibition was held in Tashkent in 1979. Over the period of 1978 to the present day, Gladkov has organized 12 solo exhibitions in Tashkent, Minsk and Athens. His works can be found both in private collections all around the world and in depositories in Uzbekistan, Belorussia, UK, Turkey, etc.