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Exhibition of Nikolay and Sergey Andriyaka Opens in Moscow
28.05.2013 10:40
Exhibition of Nikolay and Sergey Andriyaka Opens in Moscow

May 29 will see the opening of the exhibition Communication of Generations with works by the artist Nikolay Andriyaka and his son Sergey in the Khodynka showroom.

The exhibition presents about 50 works performed in painting and graphic technicians. Visitors will be able to compare fine landscapes by the Father and the Son.

Sergey Andriyaka followed in the footsteps of his father not only in creativity, but also in teaching work - in 1999 the Sergey Andriyaka Moscow Water Color School with a museum exhibition complex was opened.

The exhibition runs till June 16.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Nikolay Andriyaka Sergey Andriyaka  

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