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Exhibition of Roman Rakhmatulin to Run in Moscow
12.11.2014 00:02
Exhibition of Roman Rakhmatulin to Run in Moscow

TNK Art Gallery will hold a personal exhibition of the young Moscow artist Roman Rakhmatulin.

      The exposition under the title Dreams of the Blue Dog presents paintings from several art cycles made by the artist in various periods of his creative life.

      The artist intensely traveled across Russia, India, Great Britain, and the USA. His first art cycles were works based on etudes of his Indian travels and trips to the north of the Kola Peninsula. In February, 2013 the artist made a repeated trip to the USA, where he worked with famous American artists.

      Paintings by Roman Rakhmatulin are kept in the WARD-NASSE Gallery (New York), and private collections in Australia, India, New Zealand, Russia, the USA, and France.

      The exhibition will run from November 12 till November 29.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Roman Rakhmatulin Exhibitions in Moscow   

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