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Igor Kalinauskas

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(artist, musician, writer, psychologist, philosopher, professor, theater & film director)


born: February 7, Novgorod, Russia

Art:

Representation:


List of Personal Exhibitions:


List of Group Exhibitions:

  • September 2014 – «Eich Blatt Gallery», Berlin, Germany,. Part of Art Berlin Art Fair Project «Ultraviolet Light» (international curator Christina Katrakis).
  • January-February 2014 - New York, USA. Caelum Galley, Chelea. The International Winter Exibition (international curators Christina Katrakis, Nicholas Bergman & Masuzu Takemoto).
  • March 2010 - Moscow, Russia. Master-studio Chronotope. Exhibition “Impressions. Travelling notes”.
  • November 2007 - Moscow, Russia. International Exhibition Centre Crocus Expo. Millionaire Fair.
  • Moscow 2007 - "Primordial", "Creation of planets".
  • September 2007 - Moscow, Russia. International festival "Transformation". The exhibition "The Last Supper: Spirit, Flesh, Blood".
  • September 2007 - Fortanellato (Parma), Italy. Rocca dei Sanvitale. The exhibition "Genesi: Parole della creazione".
  • June 2006 - Paris, France. Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpetriere. The exhibition "Genese: Paroles de la Creation".
  • January 2006 - St.-Petersburg, Russia. The Russian State Ethnographic Museum. The exhibition of modern artists of St.-Petersburg. "Artindex - 2006".
  • April 2005 - Piacenza, Italy. Chakra.
  • September 2004 - Salzburg, Austria. Berchtoldvilla Gallery. Deeper.
  • 2004 - Paris, France. International festival of Montmartre.
  • 2004 - Municipality Vilnius, Lithuania. The exhibition "Red" in the project "the Greatest gallery in Lithuania".
  • 2003 - Vilnius, Lithuania. International festival "Days of capital". The exhibition-project "Gallery of prospectus Gediminas".
  • 2000 - Geneva, Switzerland. International Art Fair Europ'ART.
  • 2000 - St. Petersburg, Russia. Annual Exhibition of the St. Petersburg artists "Petersburg 2000".
  • 1999 - St. Petersburg, Russia. Annual Exhibition of the St. Petersburg artists "Petersburg'99.
  • 1999 - Moscow, Russia. Central House of Artists. Exhibition of Russian Artists.

Catalogs:




Professor Igor Nikolaev Kalinauskas


Academic Titles and Awards:

  • From 2015 is Real Member of The Russian Academy of Arts, Academician. ( http://en.rah.ru/ )
  • From 22 January 1996, Igor Kalinauskas is a member of the Academy of Regional Problems of Informatics and Control (Russia).
  • On 14 August 1996, the International Academy "Information, Communications, Management of Technology, Nature, and Society" (Russia) conferred Igor Kalinauskas a title of a professor in the specialty "Philosophy and Psychology of Personality".
  • In year 1999, Igor Kalinauskas was elected to become a member of the International Academy of Science and Culture (San Francisco, US).
  • In year 1999, the International Academy of Science and Culture (San Francisco, US) conferred Igor Kalinauskas the title of Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy and Psychology of Personality.
  • In year 1999, the International Academy of Science and Culture (San Francisco, US) conferred Igor Kalinauskas the title of Doctor of Philosophy in Socionics.
  • On 15 May 2001, the Presidium of the International Academy "Information, Communications, Management of Technology, Nature, and Society" (Russia) has awarded Igor Kalinauskas the highest-class decoration of the Academy for the special merits in science.
  • In April 2009, Igor Kalinauskas has been awarded the Gold Medal of Franz Kafka.

Books, Phylosophy & Psychology:




Music:

Igor Silin (stage-name)

"Duo Zikr" & "Fire Voices"

Musician, composer, singer


Official discography:


Festivals:

  • MIDEM 2012, Canes, France (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • MIDEM 2009, Cannes, France (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • A CAPELLA vocal ensemble festival 2000 - 2001, St. Petersburg , Russia
  • "Sergei Oskolkov and Friends - 99", St. Petersburg, Russia
  • FORTE 99, Riga, Latvia
  • 3rd International festival of Sergei Kurekhin 98, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Orient 98, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Festival of New Music 98, Chitty de Castello, Florence, Italy
  • Anigraph 98 - Grand Prix for the best music video "Road to Katmandu", Bondarchuk
  • LMW 97, London, United Kingdom
  • RSMS 97, Sydney, Australia
  • SXSW 97, Austin, Taxas, USA
  • Fantasy 97 - Prize for the best music video "Road to Katmandu", Bondarchuk
  • SHOWMARKET 96, Barcelona, Spain
  • Christopher Summer Festival, Vilnius, Lithuania 1996
  • Golden Autumn, Slavutych, Ukraine, 1996
  • ITF 96, Monastir, Tunisia
  • MEDIAWAVE 96, Gyor, Hungary
  • MANIFESTI 96, Turku, Finland
  • MIDEM ASIA 96, Hong Kong
  • MIDEM 95, Cannes, France
  • SHOWMARKET 95, Barcelona, Spain
  • Christmas Meetings in Northern Palmyra 94, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • BID 93, Berlin, Germany. To name a few. And even the duet's music video was awarded: music video “The Way to Katmandu” won the main prize for the best direction by the renown director Bondarchuk, in the 6th Moscow Music Video Festival “Generation – 98”.

Performances:

  • "The Warier of the Spirit", 2015, St Petersburg, Russia (Duo Zikr & Fire Voices)
  • "Color Play", 2015, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & Fire Voices)
  • "Place of Power", 2015, Kaluga, Russia (Duo Zikr & Fire Voices)
  • "Place of Power", 2015, Poltava, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & Fire Voices)
  • "The Warier of the Spirit", 2015, Vilnius, Lithuania (Duo Zikr & Fire Voices)
  • "Color Play", 2014, Kiev, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Color Play", 2014, Krivoi Rog, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Jump", 2014, Bratislava, Slovak Republic (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr & Fire Voices" 2013, Paris, France (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr 20th Anniversary", 2013, Odessa, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr 20th Anniversary", 2013, Prague, Czech Republic (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr 20th Anniversary", 2013, Kazan, Russia (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr 20th Anniversary", 2013, St. Petersburg, Russia (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr 20th Anniversary", 2013, Moscow, Russia (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr 20th Anniversary", 2013, Kyiv, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • MIDEM 2012, Cannes, France (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "The Mystery of Fire", 2013, Kyiv, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "The Mystery of Fire", 2012, Kyiv, Ukraine (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr", 2009, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • "Duo Zikr & Fire Voices", 2009, Kyiv, Ukraine (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • MIDEM 2009, Cannes, France (Duo Zikr & "Fire Voices")
  • "Duo Zikr", 2008, Moscow, Russia (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr", 2008, St. Petersburg, Russia (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr", 2008, Kazan, Russia (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr", 2008, Odessa, Ukraine (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr", 2007, Perm, Russia (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr", 2007, Odessa, Ukraine (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr", 2007, Kyiv, Ukraine (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr & Fire Voices", 2006, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr & Fire Voices", 2006, Kyiv, Ukraine (with "Fire Voices" Theater)
  • "Duo Zikr", 2005, Moscow, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2005, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2005, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2005, Omsk, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2005, Perm, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2005, Kazan, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2004, Moscow, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2004, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2004, Samara, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2004, Riga, Latvia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2004, Kiev, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2004, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2003, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2003, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2003, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2003, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • "Duo Zikr", 2003, Prague, Czech Republic
  • "Duo Zikr", 2003, Odessa, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2002, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • "Duo Zikr", 2002, Zhilina, Slovak Republic
  • "Duo Zikr", 2002, Kaunas, Lithuania
  • "Duo Zikr", 2002, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2002, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2001, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • "Duo Zikr", 2001, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 2001, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2000, Jerusalem, Israel
  • "Duo Zikr", 2000, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • A CAPELLA vocal ensamble festival, 2000 - 2001, St. Persburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2000, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • "Duo Zikr", 2000, Samara, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 2000, Odessa, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1999, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • FORTE 99, Riga, Latvia
  • Sergei Oskolov and Friends - 99, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1999, Samara, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1999, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1999, Zhilina, Slovak Republic
  • "Duo Zikr", 1999, Odessa, Ukraine
  • Festival of New Music 98, Citta del Castello, Florence, Italy
  • "Duo Zikr", 1998, Paris, France"Duo Zikr", 1998, Palanga, Lithuania
  • Orient 98, Tallinn, Estonia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1998, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1998, Zhilina, Slovak Republic
  • "Duo Zikk", 1998, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • 3rd International Festival of Sergei Kurekhin - 98, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • PCMC 97, Sydney, Australia
  • LMW 97, London, United Kingdom
  • SXSW 97, Austin, Texas, United States
  • "Duo Zikr", 1997, Paris, France
  • "Duo Zikr", 1997, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr". 1997, Moscow, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1997, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1997, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1997, Samara, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1997, Odessa, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1997, Kherson, Ukraine
  • SHOWMARKET 96, Barcelona, Spain
  • MIDEM ASIA 96, Hong Kong
  • "Duo Zikr", 1996, Budapest, Hungary
  • MANIFESTI 96, Turku, Finland
  • "Duo Zikr", 1996, Piarnu, Estonia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1996, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • MEDIAWAVE 96, Gyor, Hungary
  • "Duo Zikr", 1996, Narva, Estonia
  • ITF 96, Monastir, Tunisia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1996, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Golden Autumn 96, Slavutych, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1996, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Christopher Summer Festival 96, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • "Duo Zikr", 1996, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • SHOWMARKET 95, Barcelona, Spain
  • MIDEM 95, Cannes, France
  • "Duo Zikr", 1995, Paris, France
  • "Duo Zikr", 1995, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • "Duo Zikr", 1995, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1995, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1995, Odessa, Ukraine
  • Merkin Concert Hall 94, New York, United States
  • "Duo Zikr", 1994, Moscow, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1994, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • "Duo Zikr", 1994, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Christmas Meeting in Northern Palmyra, 1994, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • "Duo Zikr", 1994, Odessa, Ukraine
  • "Duo Zikr", 1993, Kaunas, Lithuania



Theater & Films:

Films (director, producer, script writer, creative idea):

  • "Spirit, Flesh, Blood" (semi documentary semi feature film) to be filmed by the PBS channel, USA (co-producer, co-script writer, co-creative idea, co-director) (2014-until present)
  • "Rabbits - Russian Style" (it combines elements of: fantasy, psychological thriller and black comedy) to be filmed and produced in Hollywood, USA (script-writer, creative idea) (2006)

Theaters (president/director):

  • 2006-until present - "Fire Voices", Theater of Vocal Improvisation, (president/director)
  • 1992-1997 - "Fire Flower" Theater, drama theater, Kyiv, Ukraine, (president/director)
  • 1990-1992 - "The 16th Madman' Theater, drama theater, Kyiv, Ukraine, (president/director)
  • 1970-1984 - Vilnius Drama Theater, Astrakhan Drama Theater, Ordjonikidze Drama Theater, Minsk Drama Theater, (stage-director)

The most significant plays out of more then 60 directed by Igor Kalinauskas (Nikolaev):

  • "To Love" (Lesia Ukrainka, "Vozliuby"), 2015, performed in Kiev, Odessa & Poltava
  • E. Schwartz's “Dragon”
  • I. Fridberg's “Arena”
  • “Yurodiya” based upon the novel “Crime and Punishment” by F. Dostoevsky
  • N. Ostrovskii's “Any Wise Man Has Enough Simplicity”
  • “Spanish Games,” based upon the play by Tirso de Molina: “Don Gil of the Green Pants” and intermediaries of Cervantes
  • G. Gorin's “Phenomena”
  • G. Gelman's “Alone with Everyone”
  • “Nowhere in Thirty Kingdoms,” based upon tales by Alexander Pushkin
  • A. Dudar's “Choice”
  • Ion Drutse's “By the Name of the Earth and the Sun”
  • E. Schwartz's “Shadow”
  • Arno's “Look Who is Here”
  • “So, Why Are We Not in Wittenberg?” based on the tragedy “ Hamlet” by William Shakespeare
  • G. Mamlin's “Hey, You, Hello!”
  • “Robin Hood,” staged by I. Kalinauskas
  • Paul Rummo's “Cinderella's Games”
  • Lesya Ukrainka's “Love Thy Neighbor”
  • E. Braginski's “Divorce after the Wedding”
  • A. Gaidar's “Bumbarash”
  • A.N. Arbuzov's “City at Dawn”
  • “The Night before the Duel,” staged by I. Kalinauskas
  • A.G. Khmelik's “Here Lived Timurovets Laptev”
  • “Tales of A.S. Pushkin,” staged by I. Kalinauskas
  • V.S. Rozov's “Abcde ...”
  • “A Fairy Tale for All,” based on tales by Hans Christian Andersen, staged by I. Kalinauskas
  • “The Song of Solomon,” staged by I. Kalinauskas



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