VLADIMIR NICHOLAEVICH GORISLAVTSEV

 

RUSSIA

CHINA CERAMIC ART
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  INTRODUCTION

    Vladimir Nikolaevich Gorislavtsev was born in Barnaul, Siveria in 1939. In 1970 he graduated from V. Mukhina Higher School of Arts and Crafts in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) ,taking his diploma in the department of pottery and glassware. He studied there with Vladimir F. Markov and Vladimir S. Vasilkovsky, whom he considers as his main tutor and who has tremendously influenced his works.
    In 1973 he joined the USSR Artist's Union.
    Gorislavtsev's works have been exhibited in Russia and internationally since 1969 in Beigium, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, France, Switzerland and the USA at more that 130 exhibitions, In 1983 he was awarded with a Diploma of the USSR Academy of Arts for a series of works dedicated to St. Petersburg.
    He was a Prizewinner in the International Ceramics Biennale in Vallauris, France in 1976; third prize for ceramic work "Interiors" in the Faenza International Ceramic Competitions in 1979: First prize for ceramic work "My Window" and 1982; first prize for ceramic work "Reminiscences."
    He has been a member of the International Academy of Ceramics since 1983 and the Russian Academy of Arts since 2001.
    He lives and works in St. Petersburg.

 

 

    SOLO EXHIBITION

    2002 Museum of Russian Decorative Arts, Moscow, Russia
    2003 Museum of Applied Arts of St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design, St. Petersburg, Russia.
         State Museum-Reserve Arkhangelskoe, Moscow, Russia

  

   INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIA


    1977 International Ceramics Symposium in Gdansk, Poland
    1988 International Ceramics Symposium in Kecskemet, Hungary
    1990 International Symposium on park ceramics in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
    1991 International ceramic workshop of Russian and American artists in Riga, Latvia
    1993 International Ceramics Symposium of Russian and American artists in St.
         Petersburg, Russia
    1995 Artist in Residence at the University of Greenville (Lecture demonstration workshops), Northern Carolina, USA
    1996 Artist in Residence at Glasgow School of Art Ceramics Department
    1999 International Ceramic Symposium in Chemnitz, Germany Lecture demonstration workshops in USA Universities and Colleges: Northern Carolina, Baltimore. NCECA. in Columbus, Ohio, USA

      


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