At the opening of the Three exhibition, presented in Pushkino, everyone received a portrait from its participants Automatic translate
PUSHKINO. An unusual exhibition appeared on June 18 before residents and guests of the city of Pushkino near Moscow. Three young artists who have already gained fame for their victories in creative contests, decided to acquaint the public with their work in detail.
The artists did not think for a long time over the name of the exhibition, which opened in the space of the famous building in Pushkino - Dacha Strukova. Since the exposition presented the works of three authors, the exhibition was also called one short word - “Three”. Among those who managed to visit the opening exhibition, there were no indifferent.
Since the exposition included works of different directions, each of the guests of the exhibition was able to find works that are most attractive to themselves. Not so often painting, graphics and watercolors are combined in one exposition, with surprisingly beautiful metal works, adding original posters to them.
No less attractive is the atmosphere of the 19th century, preserved at the Strukovs’ dacha. This carved two-story house was built at the end of the 19th century by order of the Moscow merchant Nikolai Strukov. After the revolution, there was an orphanage, and then, for two years, starting in 1928, Konstantin Paustovsky lived in it.
The novel "Shining Clouds", where some of the events take place in the winter Pushkino, was written by the writer at the Strukovs’ dacha. During these years, the writer was visited by his friends and colleagues, whose names are well known to everyone - Bulgakov, Mayakovsky and others.
The creators of the exhibition made the opening day of the exhibition filled with surprises for their guests. The first of them was the “Bad Portrait” campaign, thanks to which everyone wished to take their portrait home. Artists held master classes, and the concert completed the opening program of the exhibition.
The exhibition will be available for three weeks.
Ludmila Trautmane © Gallerix.ru
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