Add to favorite
 
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Street Art Exhibition 18+ to Run in Ulyanovsk
22.10.2016 13:08
Street Art Exhibition 18+ to Run in Ulyanovsk

Ulyanovsk street artist under the pseudonym Holtov will present a new series of his works, illustrations and funny pictures Come and See (18+).

      His works are ironic images of everyday life, which make viewers smile if not think.

      Holtov is a street artist from Ulyanovsk. His love of street art is rooted in passion for graffiti. Actively engaged in street art since 2013, Holtov has been expanding geography of his works every year: from St. Petersburg to Sochi. He participated in the Russian street art exhibition TIME FOR ART in Moscow.

      The exhibition runs in the Perekrestok centre (7, Lenin St., Ulyanovsk) from October 21 to October 28. Entrance is free for all comers.

      

       


Sources: http://ulgrad.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Ulyanovsk     

Next Previous


You might also find interesting:

St. Petersburg is on The Guardian's Must See List for 2017
15.01.2017
Legal Roof Excursions Available in St. Petersburg Now
29.06.2017
Project for Russia's Ecology Year Started in Lipetsk Zoo
30.01.2017
Free Wi-Fi Appeared At Verkhniy Baskunchak Station
28.02.2017
Muscovites Pay Tribute to Victims of Terror Atack in St. Petersburg Metro
04.04.2017



comments powered by Disqus




Comment on our site


RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

Russian Parliament in Action

search on the map
TAGS:
Russian Cinema  Tretyakov Gallery  Nizhny Novgorod  Fires  fairy tale tourism  Kurchatov  Krasnoyarsk  Marina Tsvetayeva   Charity  Yury Shevchyuk  Gravitation Waves  Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsk  Robot FEDOR  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian-Poland  Pavel Grachev  Veronica Basharatyan  the Yaroslavl Region  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Walking Accessibility  Russian parliament  Barnaul  Russian women  Russian Stage Directors  Russian tourism  Illiteracy  Landscape Painters  Perm Monuments  Russian history  Russian Literature  Tomtor  Penza  Sculpture  terrorism  Russian breweries   Soviet  Photo Exhibitions  Samara  Painting  Moscow State University  corruption  Sochi Games   Moscow  Russian business  Art Exhibitions  Andrei Voznesensky  Russian people  Archeology  Konstantin Batyushkov  Fairs in Moscow 


Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites