The Youth Organization under the Association of the artists of Revolutionary Russia

1925-1932, Moscow — Leningrad

From 1928 — Association the youth Association of artists of the Revolution (MAHR)

Members-учредители: N. G. Kozlov, E. Y. Levin, A. P. Severance.

Members: V. F. Antonov, V. O. Antoshchenko, M. M. Anufrieva, A. S. Barbeau, V. S. Bibikov, S. E. Blazevic, A. Bubnov, , A. A. Bulgakov, A. A. Buchkuri, V. T. Valev, V. P. Vysotskiy, L. P. Viazminsky, T. G. Gaponenko, . V. Urushev, V. N. Zhelokhovtsev, . N. Zhukov, A. I. Salladin-Митин, A. T. Ivanov, L. A. Kazenin, G. V. Kibardin, F. D. Konnov, L. A. Korobov, S. Kostin, P. A. Kupriyanov, A. V. Lobanov, I. A. Lukomski, I. V. Lubavin, D. V. Mirlas, . Mukhin, M. S. Lazarevska, A. A. Pomansky, G. N. Popov, L. J. Raizer, A. D. Rogov, M. V. Recobrada, A. I. Segal, I. A. Silver, V. K. Sidorov, M. M. Soloviev, F. P. Pant, E. V. Hohlov, Ya. Tsirelson, T. B. Chachkhiani, M. M. Shemyakin, A. P. Shepelyuk, L. O. Emma, , A. I. Yakusheva and others.

Exhibitions: 1-я (1928, Moscow) — 2-я (1929, Moscow)

Based on the initiative of Leningrad and Moscow students — students of the VKhUTEMAS in Moscow, higher art and technical Institute and art-промышленного College in Leningrad. Supported the Declaration AHRR, advocated the development of easel painting. Existed at AHRR as a stand-alone organization with its own Charter and structure.

in the Fall of 1925 developed "regulations on OMAHRR": in charge of the Association was the Bureau, chaired by N. G. Kozlov, Deputy President A. P. Severance, Secretary — E. Y. Levin. Organized regional and national branches. By the beginning of 1928 there were 26 branches, at the end of that year, after the "cleansing" preserved branches in Armavir, Sochi, Vitebsk, Voronezh, Vyatka, Ivanovo-Вознесенке, Kaluga, Krasnodar, Leningrad, Voronezh, Orel, Penza, Samara, Tambov, Tula, Ufa, Erivan.

the Society held two exhibitions in Moscow. The first one was opened in may 1928; 87 artists showed 458 of works: painting, sculpture, graphics, ceramics, textile art. Second — in June 1929, consisting of 11-й exhibitions AHRR indoor stadium MGSPS — was timed to 10-летию of the Komsomol. In addition, members of OMAHRR held several exhibitions in the workers ' clubs in Moscow, and an exhibition of the textile section in the halls of higher art and technical Institute (1929). The members of the Society participated in major group exhibitions: "the life of the children of the Soviet Union" (1929), 1-й and 2-й traveling exhibitions Narcompros (1929, 1930). In 1926-1931 the Union staged about twenty exhibitions in the regional branches: Samara (1926), Baku (1927), Nizhny Novgorod (1927), Armavir (1927), Voronezh (1926, 1927, 1928), Vyatka (1928, 1931), the eagle (1929), Saratov (1929, 1930), Ivanovo-Вознесенске (1930), Tambov (1931), Tula (1931).

in the Spring of 1928 fourteen delegates MAHR attended 1-го all-Union Congress of AHR, which decided to strengthen work in the area of production of art and artistic design of everyday workers. At the end of the Congress, full members and candidates in AChRs become a "moravci": V. T. Valev, L. P. Viazminsky, T. G. Gaponenko, L. A. Korobov, P. A. Kupriyanov, N. G. Kozlov, I. A. Lukomski, D. V. Mirlas, M. V. Recobrada, A. P. Severance,I. I. Tsirelson, , A. I. Yakusheva and others. In the future, MAHR provided a major influx of artists in AHR, 3-го Congress AChRs are members of OMAHR formed the backbone of the leadership of the AHR.

From 1928 structure OMAHR was based on industrial sections: easel, monumental, decorative, graphic, sculpture, textile. In contrast to the old-AChRs, OMAHR intended to introduce applied and the agitation of the art forms, what is OMAHR closer to associations of LEF and "October". Despite this, OMAHR actively argued with the "early October" — youth section of the Association "October".

In the article "New footage" ("Art into the masses", 1929, № 1-2, April–may) F. D. Konnov wrote: "OMAHR believes it is a mistake to think that there is a right and left form of fine arts itself. For OMAHR every form, like Nova, she was not expressing the ideology of the proletarian revolution, is a form of the right, reactionary. OMAHR strengthens further the revolutionary path of development. OMAHR brings together artists, not yet fully formed. However, the exhibition OMAHRR (March — April 1928), which his first experience was marked by the press as a new step in the field from-искусств of the USSR. The main task of Soviet art OMAHR considers the decoration of collective existence — clubs, meeting halls, parks, cultural, recreation and consumer goods: textiles, books, ceramics, furniture and so on.". In particular, the monumental section has performed painting Vhuteina club and club division special designation of the OGPU them. Dzerzhinsky.

in the Summer of 1930 MAHR participated in the creation of the United Federation of Soviet artists (FOSH); at the end of 1931, together with ARCHITECTS participated in the creation of the Russian Association of proletarian artists (RAPH), the development of the "Draft platform for the consolidation of the proletarian forces on isoprene". The Secretariat of the Central Council RAP included the heads of OMAHR — V. T. Valev, T. G. Gaponenko, F. D. Konnov, A. P. Severance, I. I. Tsirelson.

In 1932 dissolved in accordance with the decree of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b) "On restructuring literary-художественных organizations."

1. Exhibition of Soviet art. Reference. 1917-1932. M., 1965, vol.1.
2. Konnov, F. D. New stills // the Art of the masses, 1929, No. 1-2, April — may. P.11-13.
3. D. Y. Severyukhin, Leikind O. L. The Golden age of art associations in Russia and the Soviet Union. Reference. SPb., 1992. S. 208-211.

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