Grisha Bruskin, a famous artist and sculptor, opens his exposition “Life is everywhere” in the Russian Museum of St. Petersburg today.
This is a porcelain project. The exposition displays three series of dishes, two series of plates and 25 porcelain sculptures.
Until the 80th Bruskin was not widely known. His exhibitions usually lasted only for several days as they were immediately closed as anti-Soviet. Nowadays the artist lives in the USA. For several years he has been a member of the jury for the “Liberty” award, which is given for an outstanding contribution into the Russian-American literature.
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Culture news archive for 06 December' 2001.
Culture news archive for December' 2001.
Culture news archive for 2001 year.