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Russian Museum to Exhibit Sylvester Stallone Art
2.09.2013 15:48
Russian Museum to Exhibit Sylvester Stallone Art

An art exhibition of the famous American actor Sylvester Stallone will be opened in the Mikhaylovsky Palace of St. Petersburg from October 27.

      The actor and artist wants to arrive in Russian for personal opening of the exhibition.

      Visitors will see large-scale abstractionism canvasses. The paintings by Sylvester Stallone are speckled with geometrical figures, lines and multi-colored spots with prevalence of red colour. Sometimes the canvasses hide faces, in which an attentive viewer can make out “self-portrait” similarity to the sad look of Sly.

      The exhibition will run till November 27.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sylvester Stallone Painting Exhibitions in St. Petersburg   

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