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Works by People's Artist of Azerbaijan Tair Salakhov in Tretyakov Gallery
10.01.2016 14:58
Works by People's Artist of Azerbaijan Tair Salakhov in Tretyakov Gallery

The exhibition High Sun timed to the 160th anniversary of the Tretyakov Gallery will be opened on January 22.

      The exposition will present works by Tair Salakhov from funds of the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum, the Rustam Mustafayev National Azerbaijan Arts Museum, the Azerbaijani National Art Gallery, the Tair Salakhov House Museum in Baku, and private collections.

      Brutal paintings by Tair Salakhov attracts with glorification of labor, monumentalism and generalized form. The characters depicted by the artist are heroes of their eras. Most of them are expressly courageous, strong in spirit, composed and ready to face challenges.

      The exposition will demonstrate how vivid and expressive style of the master changed throughout his nearly 60-year-long creative life and organically entered every new decade.

      The exhibition High Sun will run till March 20.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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