Original Russian film title (on the poster). Released title for English speaking countries.
IN: 21 ¼ x 31? = CM: 54 x 79. Original vintage Soviet movie poster from the first release of the movie in Soviet Union.June 1964 (Ashgabat), October 19, 1964 (Moscow) for the film: Contest. Black-and-white musical melodrama directed by Bulat Mansurov based on the novel by N. Diploma work of the director, which made Turkmen cinema famous all over the world. 1964 - Review competition of filmmakers of the republics of Central Asia and Kazakhstan (diploma - Bulat Mansurov). 1992 - International Prize of Turkmenistan named after. The poster is in overall good condition, there is a tear at lower left but otherwise it is in pretty nice condition! End of the 19th century. It was the time when the Khan of Tehran plundered the lands of Turan, and the Khan of Turan - the lands of Tehran. The famous Turkmen musician Shukur learns that his brother was captured by the Persian Khan. His Turkmen comrades-in-arms are preparing a military raid to free Shukur's brother, but Shukur goes to the khan alone with his dutar. The Khan arranges a dutar-playing contest between Shukur and his court musician Ghulam, promising to release Shukur's brother if he wins. LYKYANOV MIRON VLADIMIROVICH (1936 - 2007) - Soviet and Russian poster artist, teacher. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR (1970). Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (1993). Lukyanov Miron Vladimirovich was born on July 19, 1936 in the city of Moscow in the family of the architect Lukyanov V. From 1943 to 1949 he studied at school, from 1949 to 1954 he studied at the Moscow Art School at the Institute named after Surikov, and in 1954 he entered the Moscow State Art Institute named after Surikov and graduated from it in 1960 with honors in the specialty of poster, studied under M. In the 60s he worked a lot in film posters.
Miron Vladimirovich created posters for the outstanding Soviet films "Andrei Rublev", "White Sun of the Desert", "Once Again About Love", "Clear Sky", "I, Grandma, Iliko and Illarion". Since the beginning of the 70s, he has been mainly engaged in social and political posters, collaborating with the publishing houses "Iskusstvo" and "Plakat". Miron Vladimirovich was a member of the Moscow Union of Artists since 1963, Participated in regional, republican, all-Union, international exhibitions of posters, exhibitions of Soviet posters abroad; repeatedly became their laureate, was awarded with honorary diplomas and prizes. A wonderful artist, an experienced teacher, he actively participated in the education and training of young graphic artists, in the development of the main programs and methodological guidelines of the department.
His pedagogical experience was embodied in a number of scientific and educational-methodical works published by him. The works of Miron Vladimirovich of the last decade had a pronounced socio-political character. Posters such as "Maybe this is a place for me", "Come to the country of Marlboro", "Help the culture", "Person of the Year" in a peculiar artistic manner demonstrate the acute contradictions of the new life in Russia.
Theatrical posters are full of reflections on the place of the individual in society, the conflict nature of our world, its paradoxicality. Posters dedicated to the quality and competitiveness of Russian products were originally made. The work of Lukyanov Miron Vladimirovich clearly testifies to the uniqueness of his talent, which is a real witness to our history and modernity. One of those who introduced a new aesthetics, a new plastic idea and beauty to the political poster. As a rule, this was not in the posters of that time.The poster artists of the older generation are being replaced by young artists: V. Ostrovsky - the "Cheremnykh people" of the last wave, who breathed new aesthetic thinking into the poster world. The posters created by Lukyanov are represent in the collection of the Fine Arts of the Russian State Library (RSL), the State Center for Contemporary Art, the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics (MMK), the Vologda State Museum-Reserve, the State Literary Museum, the Saratov Regional Museum of Local History (SOMK), the State Exhibition Center "ROSIZO" The State Central Cinema Museum, the Nevyansk State Historical and Architectural Museum (NGIAM), the Yaroslavl Art Museum, the Museum of the History of Kronstadt, the Gusevsky Museum of History and Local Lore named after A. Ivanov, the Efremov Regional Art and Local Lore Museum (ERHKM), private galleries and collections. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters".posters" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.