Danilov, Boris

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Ukrainian contemporary artist, porcelain master. Works in painting, graphics, monumental art, and experiments with form and color. Creates picturesque and decorative compositions of a figurative and abstract nature. The artist is close to the aesthetic principle of medieval Japanese art, "Sabi" - a unique concept of beauty, expressed in strict harmonious forms, imbued with elegy. The artist is a bright representative of postmodernism. He carried out creative projects at the Royal Porcelain Manufactory. Augarten (Vienna, Austria, 1998). The works are stored in the National Museums of Kyiv, Lviv, and Khmelnytskyi. He lives and works in Kyiv (Ukraine). Author and participant in numerous exhibitions, symposiums, auctions, and creative projects, has significantly contributed to the art world. For instance, his "White Gold: Porcelain" project, created in collaboration with the Richard Ginori 1735 manufacturer, was catalogued by the National Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art in Kyiv, Ukraine, in 2021. Additionally, his work "View from Four Sides" received similar recognition by the same museum in 2010. In 1998, Danilov showcased his talent through a personal exhibition at the National Art Museum in Kyiv, Ukraine, and an author's project at the Augarten Royal Manufactory Auction in Vienna, Austria. Between 2001 and 2005, he dedicated his skills to restoring cultural and historical objects at St. Sophia of Kyiv, particularly focusing on the 18th-century tiled stoves in the Metropolitan's House. Danilov is also celebrated for his monumental sculptures at the Kyiv Puppet Theater in Kyiv, Ukraine.