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Anatoly Kokorin's Travelogue Art to be Displayed in Moscow
11.06.2014 14:34
Anatoly Kokorin's Travelogue Art to be Displayed in Moscow

The new exhibition <i>BENVENUTI – WELCOME. Travelogue of Anatoly Kokorin</i> will be opened on June 20, 2014 in Moscow.

      The Russian Realistic Art Institute will present 180 graphic art works by Anatoly Kokorin, as well as his paraphernalia and lifetime editions.

      Anatoly Kokorin was a talented painter, graphic artists and book illustrator of the Soviet era, the subject and geography of whose expositions going far beyond the USSR, though.

      The artist’s passion for traveling and his interest in everything new are extremely contagious. Anatoly Kokorin’s water colors literally carry one away for a journey.

      Exposition sections correspond to the geography of the artist’s trips in Denmark, the Netherlands, Finland, Hungary, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain and Baltic, and include landscapes of Moscow and Leningrad.

      Self-made book layouts, lifetime editions, and a video projection created on the basis of rare archival materials, will expand on the image of Kokorin as an artist and a traveler. 

The exhibition will take place from June 20 to October 26.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Artists Anatoly Kokorin Graphic Art  

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