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Anticipation of the evening coolness, abtract, excpressionism,
Anticipation of the evening coolness, abtract, excpressionism,
Anticipation of the evening coolness, abtract, excpressionism,
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Anticipation of the evening coolness Painting

Nikolai Taidakov

Germany

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 59.1 W x 78.7 H x 0.8 D in

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Anticipation of the evening coolness, abtract, excpressionism,

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

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Size:59.1 W x 78.7 H x 0.8 D in

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"SEARCH FOR WAYS or WAYS OF SEARCH" “...Any person knows that the people around, events in life, the constraint of various circumstances sometimes force people to abandon their dreams or face a choice: uninteresting job and secured, grey, boring life in a golden cage or, maybe, quite the opposite: work of love, creativity and affection as the apogee of everything in the world. But no one really asserts that a person must necessarily choose between two opposites. A person always has one thing of the two already. For example, the capacity to creative work. And this one “option” (and for many, the only one) is the true human trait, which always remains with us, regardless of the circumstances of life. In Munich, there are many artists, musicians, painters...- the creative people. One of them is a painter from Moscow - Nikolay Taydakov (Novosibirsk-Berlin-Moscow-Munich). Nikolay Taydakov, an architect, artist, gallery owner, fashion designer, graduated from the Novosibirsk Institute of Civil Engineering with a degree in architecture at the age of 23. At the All-Russian Contest of the best graduation works he received the Diploma of the first degree. For five years he was teaching at the Department of Architecture of the Novosibirsk Institute of Civil Engineering. Then for three years he was in a graduate school in Moscow. Alas, the "realities" of the Soviet times did not allow him realize the planned scientific research in full, and he did not want to compromise with himself. But later perestroika took place, and Nikolay realized that the old way of life that was collapsing right before his eyes would no longer be; on the contrary, absolutely new opportunities were opening up for creative people, the seekers who are capable of making their own decisions and actions in order to fulfil their potential. At that time Taydakov established the Decor company in Moscow, at the All-Russian Culture Foundation, which became literally one of the first private companies at the Ministry of Culture, dealing with the issues of Museum and Interior Design. He headed a team of up to 20 people, executed over 40 Contracts of architectural and artistic development of museum exhibitions and their implementation on site. (Moscow, Suzdal, Leningrad, Volokolamsk, Istra, Zvenigorod, Spas-Ugol, Taldom, Torzhok, Astrakhan, Vyazemy, Melikhovo...).

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