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Art Exhibition of Writer Vladimir Voinovich Opens in Moscow
19.01.2012 14:39
Art Exhibition of Writer Vladimir Voinovich Opens in Moscow
Self-portrait by V.Voinovich

Exhibition of paintings by the writer Vladimir Voinovich, who has been into art for almost 20 years, will be opened in Teatralnaya Gallery in Malaya Ordynka Street on January, 25th.
      
      Vladimir Voinovich, well-known as one of the Thaw writers (men of the 1960s) started painting just after reaching retiring age, and jokingly calls himself a young artist.
      At first he painted on paper, then on cardboard, and then shifted to canvas. Painting, which began as a hobby for Vladimir Voinovich, soon carried him away so much that outshone his literary work.
      
      The exhibition will run till February, 23rd, 2012.
      
      Source: newsru.com
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Vladimir Voinovich Russian Writers   

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