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Exhibition of Alexander Voytsekhovsky in Arch Gallery
5.12.2014 16:01
Exhibition of Alexander Voytsekhovsky in Arch Gallery

The Arch Gallery in Moscow holds the exhibition Holiday Morning of the famous artist Alexander Voytsekhovsky.

      Alexander Voytsekhovsky started his adulthood as the emergency doctor. When his medical career was 10 years old, the friends collected his pictures generously given away and secretly organized the exhibition.

      Doctor Voytsekhovsky always made drawings: at institute lectures, while waiting for a call at the ambulance station, and in lines.

      His pictures remind that there are no technical guidelines in art. The artist uses crayons and tells funny stories about Danish princesses and boxing kangaroos.

      The exhibition will run at the address: 2/14, Bryusov Lane, Moscow, from December 4 till December 17, 2014.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Graphic Art Alexander Voytsekhovsky Exhibitions in Moscow   

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