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Exhibition of Film Artist Maria Grin Opened in St. Petersburg
20.11.2013 16:17
Exhibition of Film Artist Maria Grin Opened in St. Petersburg

The film art director has decided to share the professional experience of organizing work during pre-production.

      It was not a mere coincidence that Maria Grin set such a goal for herself. While working as an art director, she created a number of graphic art works exactly in periods of pre-production for the movies Wild Field, Bury Me Behind the Baseboard , Dream, Hide-and-Seek, Father Frost Always Calls Three Times, Night Sisters, Story of a Black Cow, and others.

      Among the displayed works there are also sketches to illustrations for works by Anton Chekhov, Schwarz, Chamisso, Nikolay Ostrovsky, Samuil Marshak, and Vallejo.

      Maria Grin was born in Stavropol in 1979. Since the early 2000s she has been a sought-after film art director, a member of the Union of Artists of Russia, and the winner of a number of prestigious awards and prizes.

      The Pre-Production exhibition is not the first one and by no means the last one in her rich creative life. She is interesting with her singular concept and thus attracts attention of experts and modern visual art lovers.

      The exhibition will run till November 30 in the Boreas art center at the address 58, Liteyny Avenue.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in St. Petersburg Russian Cinema Painting   

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