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Exhibition of Mikhail Rudakov to Open in Moscow
16.03.2012 15:12
Exhibition of Mikhail Rudakov to Open in Moscow

On March 30 Kovcheg (Ark) Gallery opens the exhibition of Mikhail Rudakov, the outstanding illustrator of books by Russian and foreign writers and poets.
      
      Mikhail Rudakov tried his wings in different genres: he was an illustrator for a front-line newspaper, a stage designer, and a poster artist.
      
      From the mid 1950s he worked in Reklamfilm and was much engaged in illustration: he created art interpretations of Apuleius, Villon, Hemingway, Tolstoy and other writers.
      
      Today Rudakovs works are kept in museums and numerous private collections in Russian and abroad.
      
      The exhibition will run at the address 12, Nemchinov Street till May 6.
      
      Source: inmsk.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Graphic Art Book Illustrations Mikhail Rudakov  

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