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Andrey Chesnokov Naïve-Art Exhibition Opened in Moscow
29.05.2013 10:51
Andrey Chesnokov Naïve-Art Exhibition Opened in Moscow

The Naive Art Museum has opened the exhibition Sunday Sketches introducing creativity by the original artist Andrey Chesnokov. 

Andrey Vyacheslavovich Chesnokov was born in 1973 in Rybinsk town of the Yaroslavl region. He started his painting studies in 2000 and entered the Distance People’s Arts University. At the same time he became engrossed in collecting and restoring icons.

Andrey Chesnokov is an admirer of different cultures, epochs, styles and trends in fine arts. Now the artist has found his own style interesting for him. He refers it to the primitive genre, since he tries to make artworks simple and clear: with humour, satire, nostalgia, and a little bit of challenge. Every new work by the artist makes himself and the viewers fantasize and contrive peculiar details.

The exhibition runs till July 7.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Naive Art Graphic Art  

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