Makhachkala, July 22, 2014. "The unusual in the usual things" is the name of the exhibition held at Daghestan Permanent Mission at the Russian President in Moscow, the mission’s press service told RIA "Daghestan". Here, artist and architect Suslan Gusseinov presented his art pieces made in a very unusual way from very unusual materials - sand, wood, leather, glass, fabric, and yarn.
Suslan Gusseinov was born in Akhty region, Daghestan. In 1991, he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Architecture and he has a record of multiple projects of different scale and character ever since, like private and public interiors, cottage villages and individual housing, restoration and major architectural projects. As an artist, Suslan creates unique paintings from unusual materials for the interior, each time amazing us with a variety of techniques.
Gusseinov was among those restoring the Temple of Christ the Savior, creating a great of paintings in the art of "marquetry" on precious wood, and the temple miniatures of wood and plaster. He is a regular participant of many exhibitions of fine and decorative arts. His works are presented in many Moscow museums and private collections in Russia and foreign countries.
"Suslan has made his name as an artist, an architect, and a designer. He has an amazing artistic vision. In his art, he is combining and conquering various unusual materials with his will and imagination. Eventually, he creates perfect harmonious pictures with Oriental mystery and tartness," noted deputy permanent Daghestan representative Izumrud Mugutdinova.