Woman Movie Poster



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IN: 22 x 34 = CM: 55 x 86. Original official Soviet art poster (very thin and fragile paper type) for THE USA MOVIE: " ANOTHER WOMEN " - Feature film directed by Woody Allen, released in screens in 1988. The film was nominated for the David di Donatello Award for Best Director of a Foreign Film. The artwork designed by highly famous Soviet poster artist of Perestroyka era- Karakashev Vilen Surenovich (for more details please read his biography at "Artist" tab).

Marion Post 50 years old, she is a professor of philosophy, lives with her husband Ken a measured and calm life. To work quietly on the book, she rents an apartment in New York.

She soon discovers that she can hear conversations in the adjacent room, where the analyst receives clients. One of these clients is a woman who is deeply depressed.

Acquaintance with her story makes the heroine of the film re-evaluate her own life, relationships with her husband, relatives and close people. Gena Rowlands, Mia Farrow, Ian Holm.

KARAKASHEV VILEN SURENOVICH (1935 -) - Soviet and Russian artist, graphic artist, poster artist, painter, public figure, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. Vilen Surenovich Karakashev Graduated from the Moscow Art School, then graduated from the Moscow State Institute named after V. Surikov, the poster workshop of Professor M.

Since 1962 - Participant of all-Union, republican, regional exhibitions in Moscow, Leningrad, Baku, Vilnius, Riga, Odessa, Kaliningrad and other cities. Later he took part in Russian exhibitions, as well as in exhibitions abroad in Poland, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Cuba, France, USA, Finland, Ireland, Japan, Italy, Cyprus. Participated in international, all-Union and All-Russian competitions, received prizes, medals, diplomas.

1965 - First prize at the competition "For Peace" Moscow. 1970 - Prize at the International Poster Biennale in Warsaw. 1978 - Prize of the Central Committee of the Youth of Bulgaria. 1991 - First Prize at the Golden Brush festival-competition.

Diplomas for the best posters of the year: 1966.1967, 1969.1976, 1980, 1984.1986, 1988.1989. Karakashev belongs to the galaxy of artists who played an important role in the search for new ways to develop the art of poster, which began with the changes in the social life of the country in the 1960s. This cultural phenomenon was so significant that to this day the development of the national poster takes place in line with the discoveries of that time, and in this almost half-century process, the work of Karakashev, his colleagues, followers and students plays a leading role. The success of the implementation of the new system was facilitated, first of all, by the aspiration of its creators to intensify the civic activity of people in every possible way.

The poster was addressed not to the impersonal mass, but to the social conscience of each individual. From this arose the need to create an aesthetically self-valuable work. Karakashev brought a new aesthetics, new plastic culture and beauty to the poster.

The style of his posters was so unexpected and vivid that the printers who printed the first prints cleaned them up for themselves. It is remarkable that all these works do not lose their attractiveness even after many years. The events reflected in them are long gone, but Karakashev's posters continue to live in time, entering the classics of Russian art. By the way, some of these events, perhaps, will first of all remain in historical memory thanks to the works of Karakashev. This also applies to movie posters, with which Karakashev began his creative activity.

They are not inferior in their aesthetic qualities to films, and often surpass them. Many films have long since disappeared from the screen, and Karakashev's posters continue to actively live in museum and exhibition use.

Thanks to the creative work of Karakashev and his colleagues, the poster became an equal participant in art exhibitions along with sculpture and painting, which was the highest assessment of its aesthetic and social significance. Karakashev's poster not only led in the artistic process with its avant-garde orientation. He entered life not only by becoming its usual attribute, but, ahead of social processes, appealed to the thoughts and consciousness of citizens, hacked mossy political and social concepts. Karakashev's poster is initially intellectual.

Behind his precise imaginative solutions are the artist's deep knowledge of the fine arts, architecture, design, theater, music, literature, philosophy. This is combined with the outstanding qualities of Karakashev as an expert in the psychology of perception and the ability to react with interest to changes in "fast-flowing life".

All this must be multiplied by a wonderful artistic gift. But the poster artist is deprived of the possibility of a verbose explanation, such is the specificity of the poster, the composition of which should approach the pictorial formula. Karakashev possesses a special skill of "packing" a certain lengthy concept into an expressive sign, which is always a metaphor, a contrast in the connection of unconnected elements, the magic of a color that "hits" the subconscious. The result of this paradoxical movement of the artist's thought is always an exhaustively accurate figurative solution, the only one, it would seem, from many possible. Karakashev's paintings and graphics, especially in recent years, have received, perhaps, no less fame than his poster.

Especially, apparently, the cycle of graphic works dedicated to India should be noted. It seems unexpected for a master to turn to them, with his whole life and work associated with problems that are urgently close, visible and tangible. And these are by no means tempting views of a distant exotic country. Some unknown road at one time led Karakashev, according to the artist himself, in the midst of his persistent search for "absolute truth", to Indian philosophy. Based on the knowledge gained and on the impressions of the trip to India, a fundamental cycle of "hypergraphics" was created, dedicated to the country unfulfilled dream, which, apparently, served as the liberation of the artist from temporary.

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CHANTSEV ALEXANDER VASILIEVCIH (1949 - 2002). Alexander Chantsev was born in 1949 in the city of Torun, Poland.

In 1973 he graduated from the Moscow Higher School of Industrial Art (formerly the Stroganov School) with a degree in Artistic Ceramics. The second prize of the International Olympic Poster Competition in 1980 gave impetus to the work in the poster genre.

Several years of fruitful work in the circus poster followed, and during this period the individual style and technique of Alexander Chantsev gradually developed. In 1989 he was admitted to the Union of Artists. The film posters brought the artist international fame. Solo exhibitions of film posters by Alexander Chantsev took place in Rome in 1991 (together with Yuri Boxer) as part of the exhibition of Soviet film posters, which was held in the largest exhibition hall of the city - Palazzo delle Esposizioni. In 2001, an exhibition of movie posters by Chantsev, Boxer and Maistrovsky was held in the city of Tavira (Portugal). Alexander Chantsev took part in the largest exhibitions of Soviet and Russian posters, regularly participated in international biennials in Warsaw, Lahti, Colorado, Brno, took part in a poster exhibition in the Louvre (1989), the International Poster Festival in Chaumont, France (1991), in the exhibitions " Russian social poster "in the USA (1991-92), Perestroika. Glasnost in Japan (1991-92), was awarded with diplomas of various competitions, a diploma of the finalist of the European competition of advertising EPICA in Paris (1992). Exhibitions of posters, in which Alexander Chantsev participated, have traveled almost all over the world, the originals and prints have ended up in the most famous galleries and in private collections in the USA, France, Switzerland, Belgium, and the Czech Republic. However, the rise of poster art, which took place thanks to perestroika and the resulting freedom, gradually ended, and interest in the poster was largely lost. New times have come when the emerging market relations have made completely different demands on artists. I had to master new genres - advertising booklets, annual reports, logos, corporate styles - and face a different customer. For the last seven years of his life, Alexander Chantsev was engaged in the design of exhibition stands, working as the art director of the Expoline company. It was a new business, and gradually the festive atmosphere of the exhibitions captured Alexander Chantsev entirely. Possessing tremendous efficiency and real professionalism, he managed to create many interesting exhibition stands for such companies as Lucent Technologies, Avaya, Alcatel, A&T Trade, KRKA, Shreya, Orimi Trade, Sunway, Mobile TeleSystems. Nevertheless, in Russia and the world, Alexander Chantsev is known primarily as a brilliant poster artist who belonged to a remarkable generation of artists. And the soft, good-natured humor of his circus posters, the philosophical metaphors of the movie posters, the sharp, satirical images of political posters will forever remain in our memory. YALTA HOTEL YALTA INTOURIST WELCOMES YOU! Come to us in the USSR! - the meaning of the posters issued by the firm "Intourist" was advertising of tourist trips for foreign citizens beyond the "Iron Curtain". Yalta Hotel - is still working nowadays under the same name. In: 16x26 - cm: 40x60. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters".posters" and is located in this country: UA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  1. Size: Medium (up to 36in.


  2. Region of Origin: USSR
  3. Handmade: No
  5. Framing: Unframed
  6. Country/Region of Manufacture: Russian Federation
  7. Featured Person/Artist: WOODY ALLEN
  8. Custom Bundle: No
  9. Style: Cartoon, Russian
  10. Material: Paper
  11. Theme: Art, Movies
  12. Personalize: No
  13. Type: Poster
  14. Title: HUGO THE HIPPO
  15. Features: Unframed, 1st Edition, Limited Edition
  16. Subject: Film, Advertising, Movies, Women
  17. Certificate of Authenticity (COA): No
  18. Culture: USSR
  19. Signed: No
  20. Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  21. Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  22. Year of Production: 1990
  23. Date of Creation: 1980-1990
  24. Width (Inches): 22
  25. Unit of Sale: Single-Piece Work
  26. Color: Multi-Color
  27. Height (Inches): 34