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The Territory Of Silence, Graphics Exhibition By Peter Dik
30.11.2012 17:28

The works by Peter Dik drawn with charcoal and pastel on the sandpaper will be exhibited at the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. The exhibition will feature works drawn with charcoal and pastel on the sandpaper, laconic in their compositional style and color palette. A retrospective of the last few years of the artist will introduce the audience to more than 80 graphic works from the collection of the Russian Museum and the collection of the artist's family. The exhibition will be open until February 11, 2013.


       P. Dik (1939-2002) began his artistic career as a muralist. Soon graphics became the main direction of his art, first monotype, then pastel, charcoal and other materials. P. Dik`s works can be found at the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, at the art museums of Vladimir, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Tula, Tver and in numerous private collections in Russia and abroad.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian artists Russian art the Russian Museum   

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