29 de junho de 2015

MASHA ARCHER, BIOGRAFIA

Masha Archer era aluna de Jamila Salimpour, que desenvolveu sua própria interpretação. Ela eliminou a distinção entre as diferentes origens geográficas para a dança, figurino e música.

Masha, aka Maria Muchin-Archer, nasceu em Kiev, Ucrânia filha de Sophia e Mykola Muchin, ambos os artistas e mestres da pintura e da escultura nos institutos de Arte de Kiev e Kharkov. Depois de passar anos do pós-guerra na Europa, eles emigraram para os Estados Unidos em 1949. Masha residiu em San Francisco desde 1967 com o marido, o fotógrafo Charles Archer (que morreu em 1993), junto com as duas filhas, Maya e Larissa.

Ela estudou no Pratt Institute, em Nova York, com especialização em pintura e design gráfico. Mais tarde, ela trabalhou como restaurador e expositor no Museo Nacional de México, Cidade do México, e projetado jóias e roupas em Tucson e San Francisco.

Honras e reconhecimento especial
1997: Patrocinado pela Aeroflot e Consulado russo para uma série de one-artista mostra em Moscou, St. Petersberg, e Kiev.
1997: feira de jóias da Masha foi escolhida para abrir os "Dias da Rússia Festival", em San Francisco (organizado conjuntamente pelo Consulado da Rússia eo Serge Sorokko Gallery na Costa Oeste).
1995: Masha Archer foi batizada de "Art-to-Wear Jóias Designer, EUA" pelo Fashion Group Nova York, em um evento patrocinado pelo Museu San Francisco de Arte Moderna.
1996: Desde 50 colares originais para a Great Lakes Festival Theater (Cleveland, Ohio) para uma produção moderna vestido de Shakespeare "Antônio e Cleópatra".
1997: Desde 10 colares originais para a empresa Opera Manhattan (NY, NY) para a produção do concerto de Massenet 'Cleópatra' no Sarah Lawrence College e Alice Tully Hall.

** Tradução livre - Carine Würch **

Masha Archer was a student of Jamila Salimpour who developed her own interpretation. She removed the distinction between different geographical origins for the dance, costuming and music.

Masha, aka Maria Muchin-Archer, was born in Kiev, Ukraine to Sophia and Mykola Muchin, both artists and teachers of painting and sculpture at the Kiev and Kharkov Art institutes. After spending post-war years in Europe, they emigrated to the United States in 1949. Masha has resided in San Francisco since 1967 with her husband, photographer Charles Archer (who died in 1993), along with her two daughters, Maya and Larissa.
She studied at Pratt Institute in New York City, majoring in painting and graphic design. Later she worked as a restorer and exhibitor at the Museo Nacional de Mexico, Mexico City, and designed jewelry and clothing in Tucson and San Francisco.
Honors and Special Recognition
1997: Sponsored by Aeroflot and Russian Consulate for a series of one-artist shows in Moscow, St Petersberg, and Kiev.
1997: Masha's jewelry show was chosen to open the "Days of Russia Festival" in San Francisco (organized jointly by the Russian Consulate and the Serge Sorokko Gallery on the West Coast).
1995: Masha Archer was named "Art-to-Wear Jewelry Designer, USA" by the New York Fashion Group in an event sponsored by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
1996: Provided 50 original necklaces to the Great Lakes Theater Festival (Cleveland, Ohio) for a modern-dress production of Shakespeare's 'Antony and Cleopatra.'
1997: Provided 10 original necklaces to the Opera Manhattan company (NY, NY) for a concert production of Massenet's 'Cleopatra' at Sarah Lawrence College and Alice Tully Hall .


Masha, aka Maria Muchin-Archer, was born in Kiev, Ukraine to Sophia and Mykola Muchin, both artists and teachers of painting and sculpture at the Kiev and Kharkov Art institutes. After spending post-war years in Europe, they emigrated to the United States in 1949. Masha has resided in San Francisco since 1967 with her husband, photographer Charles Archer (who died in 1993), along with her two daughters, Maya and Larissa.
She studied at Pratt Institute in New York City, majoring in painting and graphic design. Later she worked as a restorer and exhibitor at the Museo Nacional de Mexico, Mexico City, and designed jewelry and clothing in Tucson and San Francisco.
Honors and Special Recognition
1997: Sponsored by Aeroflot and Russian Consulate for a series of one-artist shows in Moscow, St Petersberg, and Kiev.
1997: Masha's jewelry show was chosen to open the "Days of Russia Festival" in San Francisco (organized jointly by the Russian Consulate and the Serge Sorokko Gallery on the West Coast).
1995: Masha Archer was named "Art-to-Wear Jewelry Designer, USA" by the New York Fashion Group in an event sponsored by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
1996: Provided 50 original necklaces to the Great Lakes Theater Festival (Cleveland, Ohio) for a modern-dress production of Shakespeare's 'Antony and Cleopatra.'
1997: Provided 10 original necklaces to the Opera Manhattan company (NY, NY) for a concert production of Massenet's 'Cleopatra' at Sarah Lawrence College and Alice Tully Hall .



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