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Culture news, 23.08.2001 19:19

Anatoly Zaslavsky's "Amazing Play" in Manege

Anatoliy Zaslavsky's exposition "What an amazing play" opens August 24 in "Manege" Central Exhibition Hall. The exposition consists of more than 150 pieces of "best painting and a little graphics" (according to the artist's words), made during the last two decades. He got a monumentalist painter education in the Mukhina Art College, and he's been only into easel painting since 1987. In the period of opposition to the official art he was the member of the so-called "Left wing" in the Painters Union, practicing a sincere art free from ideological interference. Anatoliy Zaslavsky works in various genres: landscape, portrait, still nature, he is a participant of many Russian and foreign projects. His works are kept in different museums in our country (including the State Russian Museum), and also in many private collections, both in Russia and abroad. The exposition works till September 12.

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