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Russian artists, the creators of our national cultural heritage, from the classics to the avant-garde, have always been inspired by folk art, which emerged in the depths of the collective unconscious of the Russian ethnos as evidence of the organic symbiosis of the sublime and the everyday, creative fantasy, the desire for utopian The creative imagination, the desire for utopian dreams of the beautiful and the need to sweat in the sweat of one's brow for one's daily bread. daily bread.

It is not surprising that the second rediscovery and new reading of Old Russian art

The second rediscovery and rediscovery of ancient Russian art happened at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. qualitative consequences. In Russian culture began the Silver Age.

Leading avant-garde artists vied with each other in the development of forgotten techniques and principles, using them to create a new, revolutionary

art, designed to meet the most innovative ideas and social projects.

The starting point of the project will be an associative interior of an old Russian hut: a patchwork quilt, "naive" wall rugs, works of cheap popular art, painted utensils.