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Sergei Paradschanow Exhibition Opens in Moscow
25.09.2012 12:23
Sergei Paradschanow Exhibition Opens in Moscow

The New Manege opens a new exhibition: about seventy works by Sergei Paradschanow have been brought from the Yerevan Museum to Moscow.

      These are mostly collages by the well-known film director and artist, as well as his rare photos. The exposition is titles The House Where I Live.

      One of the saddest pages of Paradschanow’s art are his works created during his four-year imprisonment: the film director who was not getting on well with Soviet authorities and openly spoke up against mass political arrests in Ukraine was accused of rape and sodomy. Throughout all the four years in prison he managed to draw and write scenarios for new films. As a film director he made 16 films, and his last one – Confession – remained unfinished.

      The exhibition runs till November 11.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sergei Paradschanow Russian Cinema Exhibitions in Moscow   

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