CANAȘIN, Iurie




Telephone:

(+373) 069282736
(+373) 22 497 930
 

Address:

Str. A. Saharov, nr. 2, ap. 50, Chișinău, Republica Moldova
 

Email:

iualcan@mail.ru
 




CRITICAL REVIEW

The most valuable works of the artist are small sculptures, which include numerous compositions and portraits such as Corneliu Baba (1978), Constantin Brâncuși (1982), Spanish Priest (1983), Serghei Ciocolov and  Amadeus Mozart (both in 1984), The Painter and the Model (1984), Mona Lisa and Leonardo da Vinci (1985).

Tudor Stavilă
 


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    BIOGRAPHY

    (Raceica, Nijnii-Novgorod, Russia, 1939)

    Academic studies:
    1957 - 1962 – The Republican College of Fine Arts „A. Plămădeală”, Chisinau, The Republic of Moldova;
    1962 - 1968 – The Superior School of Drawing, Sculpture and Architecture „Stroganov”, with Saul Rabinovici, Moscow, Russia.

    1974 - 1979 – Director of the Fine Arts School in Chisinau, The Republic of Moldova.

    since 1969 – Member of the Plastic Artists Union in the Republic of Moldova;
    1972 – President of the Plastic Artists Union syndicate in the Republic of Moldova;
    1974 - Director of the Republican College of Fine Arts „A. Plămădeală”, Chisinau, The Republic of Moldova;
    1989 – Secretary of the managing board for the Plastic Artists Union in the Republic of Moldova
    1993 – Active member of the Nobleman Assembly in the Republic of Moldova (vice-president);
    1993 – Chancellor of the Children Academia, Chisinau, The Republic of Moldavia;
    1997 – Counsellor and Member of the Presidential Council of the Republic of Moldova;
    2001 – Member of the Ministry College of Culture in the Republic of Moldova;
    2003 – Academic professor at the International Academy of Personnel CE/UNESCO, Ukraine;
    2003 – Vice-president at „Chişinău Vilium”, Lions Club Association, Republic of Moldova;
    2004 – Academic Lecturer at the Theatre, Music and Fine Arts Academia, Republic of Moldova;
    2004 – National Manager of the European Programmes „Master Class”, Republic of Moldova;
    2005 – National President of the Global Union of Scientists for Peace in the Republic of Moldova (with statue in New York, USA);
    2012 – Active Member of the Noblemen Assembly in Romania.
     


    PROJECTS

    Solo exhibitions:
    1991 –Jubilee Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphics (50th anniversary of birth), the Constantin Brâncuşi Exhibition Centre, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
    1994 – Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphics, The National Art Museum of Moldova, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
    1994 - Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphics (private gallery), Paris, France;     
    1995 – Jubilee Exhibition (55th anniversary of birth), The Exhibition Centre Constatin Brâncuşi, Chişinău, Republic of  Moldova;
    1996 – Solo Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphics, Ovidius Library, Chişinău, Republic of  Moldova;
    1997 - Solo Exhibition of Sculpture, Târgu Mureş Library, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
    1997 - Solo Exhibition of Sculpture, The Romanian Literature Museum, Iaşi;
    1997 - Solo Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphics, Mihai Eminescu Centre of International Studies, Botoşani;
    1999 – Jubilee Exhibition (60 th anniversary of birth), the Constatin Brâncuşi Exhibition Centre Chişinău, Republic of  Moldova;
    1999 - Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphics, European Council Headquarters, Strasbourg, France.
    2010 – Jubilee Exhibition of Sculpture and Graphics (70th anniversary of birth) the Constatin Brâncuşi Exhibition Centre Chişinău, Republic of  Moldova.
    Group Exhibitions:
    1970 - 1998 - Chișinău, Republic of Moldova;
                        - France, Italy, Yugoslavia, India and Finland.

    Symposia:
    1972, 1989 - Riga, Leetonia;
    1975 - Yugoslavia;
    1979 - Nadiotag, Hungary.

    Monumental works:
    1975 - M. Orlov, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova;
    1999 - Ion and Doina Aldea-Teodorovici, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova.

    Museums:
      - National Museum of Fine Arts, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
     - National History Museum of Moldova Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
     - „Vasile Pogor” Memorial House, Iași;
     - ONU Gallery, New York, USA;
     - UNESCO Gallery, Paris, France;
     - Jerusalem Patriarchate Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel;
     - Russia Patriarchate Gallery, Moscow, Russia;
     - „Mihai Eminescu” National Centre of Studies, Botoşani;
     - Pennsylvania Ecologic Centre, Pennsylvania, SUA;
     - National Art Museum, Istanbul, Turkey;
     - County Cultural Centre of Hungary, Nadiotad, Hungary;
     - Macedonia Revolution Museum, Skopje, Macedonia;
     - Plastic Artists Union in Russia Gallery, Moscow, Russia;
     - The National Superior Council of Authority Gallery, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
     - International Personnel Academia CE/UNESCO Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine;
     - Presidential Building of the Republic of Moldova.

    Titles:
    1997 – Maestro Emeritus in Art;
    2000 – Founder for the Orthodox Church;
             - Academician;
    2003 – Academia Professor;
             - PhD in philosophy;
    2004 – Academia Lecturer;
    2010 – Nobiliary Viscount Title;
    2012 - Artist of the People.

    Distinctions:
    1975 – First Prize, Macedonia;
    1979 – First Prize, Hungary;
    1981 - „Boris Glavandin” Youth Prize, Republic of Moldova;
    1989, 1991, 1994, 2008 – First and Second Prize at the Republican Contests;
    1992 – First Prize, Republic of Moldova.
     


    BIBLIOGRAPHY

    Fundația Culturală META, Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A-D, Colecția SINTEZE, Editura META, 2001, pp. 98 - 99.
    Bogdănaș, S., Ion și Doina Aldea-Teodorovici vor fi eternizați în bronz, în revista „Flux”, 29 iulie 1998.