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Exhibition of Caricatures and Wooden Sculpture Opens in Tver
19.10.2012 14:06
Exhibition of Caricatures and Wooden Sculpture Opens in Tver
Vyacheslav Pochechuyev

Tver Exhibition Hall of the Saltykov-Schedrin Museum opens two personal exhibitions by the graphic artist and sculptor Vyacheslav Pochechuyev.

      The expositions under the titles “Freedom Starts with Irony. Caricature” and “Life Tree. Wooden Sculpture” present more than 40 wooden sculptures and masks and over 50 caricatures by Vyacheslav Pochechuyev who dwelled upon the major subjects of the Good and Evil, Freedom and Non-freedom. 

      A presentation of the book A Key to Berendey’s Kingdom by the artist’s widow Natalya Kiseleva and the film Tree of Life about her belated husband are also part of the program. On the exhibitions’ opening day 12 sculptures by the author will be gifted to the Tver State Integrated Museum.


Sources: http://etver.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Tver Wooden Sculpture Caricature   

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