Artist Vasiliev-Sazanov Boris Vasilivich

Country: Ukraine
City: Ujgorod

BorisVasiliev-Sazanov was born on September 23, 1952, in Moscow, Russia.
In 1954, his family moved to Minsk, Belorussia.
From 1972 to 1974, he studied formal composition, painting and drawing while taking the preparatory classes at the Belorussia Academy of Fine Arts.
During 1975-1980, he studied at the Belorussia Academy of Fine Arts.
After graduation from the Belorussia Academy of Fine Arts, Vasiliev-Sazanov worked at the glass factory “Neman” in Beresovka, Belorussia, from 1980 to 1984.
He moved to Uzhgorod, Ukraine, in 1984.
Artistically, Boris Vasiliev-Sazanov prefers abstract painting. Combining classical principles of composition and painting with a child-like immediacy, he achieves unique visual effects. The main goal of his art is to straighten the representation of the drama of the collision of various energies in the Universe, while maintaining a strong optimistic perspective. Although, at first glance, his paintings could appear as the chaotic spills of paint, after the attentive study they become alive, as if their unexplored worlds open to the viewer the mysteries of the new dimensions.
Vasiliev-Sazanov uses enamel paint on orgalite, with the addition of foreign elements of various substance.
Vasiliev-Sazanov's participation in the avant-garde exhibitions:
January 1986 – Group show of art collective “Form,” Exhibition Hall of the State Union of Consumers, Minsk, Belorussia
December 1986 – Exhibition/performance “Revival of Kasemir Malevich,” – “Pobeda” movie theater, Vitebsk, Belorussia
January 1980 – Exhibition of Ukrainian Art “Palette of Karpati,” InterArt Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
October 1992 – Guest show of the artists in association of Dar Gallery, Budapest Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
Works in private collections in Belorussia, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, USA, Israel, and Lebanon.



Work list
Painting (Picture) : Walking on the square
2006 y. / 122x122 cm
6 000 $
Painting (Picture) : Do not turn up their noses
2006 y. / 122x122 cm
5 000 $
Painting (Picture) : Someone is there
2006 y. / 82x106 cm
4 000 $
Painting (Picture) : Day of Creation
2002 y. / 100x100 cm
9 000 $
Painting (Picture) : Closing hell
2002 y. / 102x83 cm
4 500 $
Painting (Picture) : In anticipation of the inevitable
1999 y. / 51x70 cm
6 000 $
Painting (Picture) : Through the Ages
1989 y. / 110x90 cm
10 000 $