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Exhibition of Yury Kosagovsky in Library for Foreign Literature
5.12.2014 16:02
Exhibition of Yury Kosagovsky in Library for Foreign Literature

Library for Foreign Literature holds the Unraveling Lermontov painting exhibition of Yury Kosagovsky.

      Yury Kosagovsky prepared a series of works illustrating Mikhail Lermontov's verses and his poems Demon and The Novice.

      The artist points out that his unusual method of circle drawing helps him “to subtly convey Lermontov’s world.

      The exhibition includes 12 works by the artist.

      The exhibition runs in the White Hall of the Library for Foreign Languages till February 1, 2015. The admission is free.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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