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Sliding Light Displayed in Moscow
9.07.2013 10:10
Sliding Light Displayed in Moscow
Sliding Light

The Central House of Artist opens the exhibition of the artistic union Sliding Light on July 9.

      The association unites the artists who have already made it into the history of Russian fine arts and talented young authors.

      The exhibition participants are Bato Dugarzhapov — a graduate of the Surikov Institute;  Evgeny Kravtsov — a graduate of the Glazunov Art Academy;  Mikhail Petrov; and Sergey Postnikov.

      The artistic union and the exhibition have been named after Evgeny Kravtsov’s painting under the same name - Sliding Light.

      The exhibition will run till August 11.


      
Sources: http://www.vashdosug.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Graphic Art Sculpture Exhibitions in Moscow  

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