About "Black Animals"
About the Project “The Sepia of Non-Mention"
This project alludes to the bygones of the past, outside the ideology of the portrayed similarity, outside the circumstances of social tension, outside is the subordination of social status, but only in a vague impulse to behold an emanation of the last century in its selectness, to capture the stay of the individual who has already quit the world in the atmosphere of the passed. Who and what he was once: worker, intellectual, commissar, basmach, communist, etc. does not matter, because canvasses in the silk-screen technique are, according to Fergana culturologist Alexander Ivanovich Kuprin, a testifying fact of the art itself in its providential substance when the native is higher than the true and just, by transfer of the image to the publicity, so that it could become, for at least someone, a part of time regained. As Rilke said, "once means now". The project "The sepia of non-mention" as an object of exposition in the exhibition hall establishes a kind of a script of photographic anonymity of authorship in the gap between the historical and mythological existence. It is almost a humble will of supreme powers to slightly open to us the fleetingness of the last perception of the world in the point of what it once was with you in the body of the father, mother, close friends and relatives. In addition, black and white fluids in the screen visibility of sheets are in the renovated print in the elusive intention of contemporary art to assign a certain place of fixedness, where a mark of the instantaneous becomes a message of possible.
Vyacheslav Nikolayevich Useinov
Vyacheslav Useinov was born in Fergana (Uzbekistan) in 1962. In 1985 he graduated from Bobruisk College of Fine Arts. He participated in regional, uthudlican, fll union international exhibitions.
Works are held in State museum of Arts of Uzbekistan, Art museums of Fergana, Samarkand, in collection of World Bank (Washington), in private collections in USA, France, Italy, Japan, Australia, Israel, Russia.