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Exhibition Commemorating Sculptor Dmitry Tomayev
24.07.2014 11:08
Exhibition Commemorating Sculptor Dmitry Tomayev

A3 Gallery will hold an exhibition in memory of the sculptor Dmitry Tomayev in the framework of the annual festival South Ossetia.

      The exhibition under the title Soul of Stone will run from July 23 to August 10.

      Dmitry Tomayev (1953-1989), a remarkable sculptor and person, died very soon after gaining recognition. He left at the peak of his creativity, having created about a hundred sculpture compositions.

      The sculptures presented at the personal exhibition in the A3 Gallery give an idea as to what kind of an artist Ossetia and the entire world lost in the person of Dmitry Tomayev.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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