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Russian Emigration by Nikolay Dronnikov
6.08.2013 15:01
Russian Emigration by Nikolay Dronnikov

From August 28 to September 28, 2013 the A. Solzhenitsyn Russian Émigré House in Moscow will be hosting the exhibition Russian Emigration by Nikolay Dronnikov.

      The artist has provided for the exhibition portraits of Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Alexander Galich, Bulat Okudzhava, Vladimir Vysotsky, Andrei Tarkovsky and many other contemporaries of his.

      Portraits of the representatives of old Russian emigration, such as S. Lifar, P. Danzas, and V. Trubetskoy deserve special attention and are of big value.

      “There was an aspiration to depicture and thus understand Russian history: here emigrants of three generations are present” - the author explains his interest in “psychological landscape” of the Russian Paris of the 1970s-1980s.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Portraits Graphic Art  

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