Add to favorite
 
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

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

Tags: Vladimir Kovenatsky Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Poets Russian Artists  

Next Previous


You might also find interesting:

Exhibition Art Heritage of the Klodt Family
21.01.2021
Exhibition and Forum Unique Russia
21.01.2021
Exhibition Konstantin Kuznetsov. Paris, Brittany, Normandy
25.01.2021
Exhibition Laboratory of the Future. Kinetic Art in Russia
31.01.2021
Exhibition " Gustav Klimt. The Golden Kiss." Reproductions of Klimt, Mucha, Schiele, Lautrec
25.01.2021



comments powered by Disqus




Comment on our site


RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share


TAGS:
Russian economy  Moscow State University  Russian history  Russian Poets  Russian media  Theatre Festival "History of the Russian State. Homeland and Destinies"  Russian writers  Vegetarianism  Exhibition Fairs  Leonardo da Vinci  Karelia   animation  Exhibitions in Moscow  Ancient Books  Exhibitions in Yaroslavl  Strugatsky Brothers  Vagai island  aircraft  Ural Malachite  invest  Chuck Berry  Bitcoin  Yuri Gagarin  Russian business  Russian scientists  Moscow  Folk Arts  Historical Exhibitions  E-Book Reader Museum  Russian Literature  Tatarstan  Russian Railways  Maria Sharapova  Russian tourism  St. Petersburg  Yaroslavl   Transaero  Russian markets  Russian science  Barcelona  Yury Yakovenko  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Penza Museums   Russian Cinema  Fairytale Place of Moscow  Alexander Dymnikov  Mosow Theatres  Jan Van Duyts  Vandalism  Nezhnaya Cave 


Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites