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Exhibition of Artist and Poet Vladimir Kovenatsky Starts in Moscow
25.03.2013 14:07
Exhibition of Artist and Poet Vladimir Kovenatsky Starts in Moscow

Moscow State Museum of Folk Graphic Art opens the exhibition Chained to Art… in memory of the artist and poet Vladimir Kovenatsky (1938-1986). 

      The exhibition timed to the 75th anniversary since the artist’s birth will be held from March 26 to April 7, 2013.

      Vladimir Kovenatsky (1938 — 1986) was a Soviet artist, poet, and prose writer. His verses and easel drawings, which peculiarly transformed and developed traditions of symbolism, are closely connected with his interest in esoterics. Vladimir Kovenatsky was a bosom friend of Yury Mamleyev, belonged to the “sect of sexual mystics” and was deeply interested in George Gurdjieff's doctrine.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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