3The famous master of microminiatures, Mykola Syadristy was born in 1937 in Ukraine. Educated in Kharkiv Art College, he also graduated from Kharkiv Agricultural Institute of V. V. Dokuchayev.From I960 until 1967 he worked as an agronomist in Zakarpattya, and from 1967 until 1974 as an engineer in the Institute of Ukrainian Academy of Science system. He is a Master of Sports of the Former Soviet Union. He was an overall champion in under water sports. Mykola Syadristy is a person of varied Interests and extremely creative abilities. The art of microminiatures has been his hobby for forty years. All the microminiatures were made by hand with unique technology for each work.
4In addition, he is an author of famous books. Two books in particular: "Is it Difficult to Shoe a Flea?" and "The Secrets of Microtechnique". The latter book was published several times and, as a bestseller got the first prize in the All-Soviet Union contest for the best popular scientific book.He holds the title of Honored Master of Folk Arts of Ukraine. The creative art of the master proved the creation of a new word – "microminiature", which has been never seen before neither in encyclopedias nor in dictionaries.
5In general, his artwork was shown on all continents, receiving outstanding acclaim among visitors of all countries. The most widely his works are represented in the Moscow Polytechnic Museum, The Permanent Exhibition in the Kiev-Pechersk Museum and in the Museum of microminiatures in the Andorra Principality.The art and technique of Mykola Syadristy microminiatures challenge imagination regarding human potential, to bridge science, technology and the cosmos.
53Personal Exhibitions: COUNTRIES AND CITIES WHERE THE MICROMINIATURES EXHIBITION OF MYKOLA SIADRISTY WAS SHOWNPersonal Exhibitions:1959 Kharkov Museum of Fine Arts, Ukrainian SSR Uzgorod, Ukrainian SSR Kreschatik Street, Show Apartment "Almaz", Kiev, Ukrainian SSR Kharkov, Ukrainian SSR Lvov Museum of Fine Arts, Ukrainian SSR Technical Museum, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia Politechnical Museum, Prague, Czechoslovakia Palace of Culture, Budapest, Hungary Palace of Discoveries, Paris, France Politechnical Museum, Prague, Czechoslovakia Khmelnytsky Historical and Ethnographical Museum, Ukrainian SSR Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria Technical Museum, Dresden, German Democratic Republic Bratislava, Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia Yuzhno8Sakhalinsk Historical and Ethnographical Museum, USSR Technical Museum, Warsaw, Olshtin, Poland Culture Centre, Billingham, England Culture Centre, Dresden, German Democratic Republic Show Apartments of "Seybu" firm: Nagoya, Sidzioka, Khnabasi; Japan Sari Hilden Museum, Tampere, Finland Palace of Culture, Crakow, Poland Osaka, Japan Crakow, Poland Palace of Culture, Leipzig, German Democratic Republic Museum of Fine Arts, Omsk, USSR Minsk, BSSR UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France Culture Centre, Sydney, Australia Polytecnical Museum in Stockholm, Maime, Sweden Fine Arts Museum, Turku, Finland Culture Centre in Ravaniemi, Finland Fine Arts Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina Culture Centre, Fine arts Museum in Vina del Mar, Saint Jago, Chili Culture Centre, Cordove, Argentina Show Centre, Mar del Plata, Argentina Munchen, Germany Show Centre, Vienna, Austria Museum of Microminiature, Montelimar, France "Cort Ingles", Madrid, Spain Fine Arts Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam Permanent Museum of microminiatures in France, Montelimar Show Centre, Ordino, Andorra Principality Opening of the Mykola Syadristy Permanent Museum in Andorra Principality Hotel "Ramadan", Abu Dabi, The United Arab Emirates Jeweller Salon "Martenos" Athenes, Greece International Arts Gallery, Valevo, Serbia Palace of Army, Skopije, Macedonia Tecnical Museum in , Poland Sentendre, Hungary Library Cornhouse. Bern. Switzerland International museum of watches. La Chaux8de8Fonds. Switzerland Folk Art Institute "Bridge". Gifhorn. Germany International museum in Gifhorn. Germany.
54Participation in the exhibitions: COUNTRIES AND CITIES WHERE THE MICROMINIATURES EXHIBITION OF MYKOLA SIADRISTY WAS SHOWNParticipation in the exhibitions:1967 EXPO867 in Montreal, Canada, Pavilion of USSR The Ukrainian SSR Exhibition of Fine and Folk Decorative Arts in Minsk, BSSR National Exhibition of the USSR in Osaka, Nagasaki, Japan International Book Fair in Moscow, USSR National Exhibition of the USSR in Mexico City, Mexico National Exhibition of the USSR in Dusseldorf, German Federal Republic "Unique Monuments of Science and Engineering" Exhibition, Moscow Polytechnical Museum, USSR "From Micro to Macro" Exhibition in Calcutta, Delhi, India National Exhibition of the USSR in Copenhagen, Denmark World Exhibition EXPO886 in Vancouver, Canada National Travelling Exhibition of the USSR in the USA, New Orleans, Atlanta National Travelling Exhibition of the USSR in the USA, Dallas, Orlando World Fair EXPO888 in Brisbane, Australia National Travelling Exhibition of the USSR in the USA, Dallas, San Diego.