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Exhibition of Dmitry Sandzhiyev Runs in Moscow
30.10.2014 00:56
Exhibition of Dmitry Sandzhiyev Runs in Moscow

The Russian Academy of Arts has opened an exhibition of the People’s Artist of Russia Dmitry Sandzhiyev.

Dmitry Sandzhiyev is one of the leading graphic artists and painters of the modern Russian art. He rose in prominence right after graduation from the Surikov Moscow State Art Institute in 1981: six pictures from his graduation work The Shepherd's Widow were acquired by the State Tretyakov Gallery, whereas the remained three pictures joined the collection of the famous Faber-Kastel company (Germany), which gave a special award to the author.

Dmitry Sandzhiyev’s universal talent has manifested itself in different spheres of graphic art from subject cycles to book illustration, as well as with in painting. 

The exhibition runs in the exhibition halls of the Russian Academy of Arts (21, Prechistenka, Moscow) till November 16. 



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Dmitry Sandzhiyev Exhibitions in Moscow Graphic Art  

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