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Mikhail Pikalov: My St Petersburg

2 march 2001—15 march 2001
This exhibition of eighty photographs dating from 1996 and 1999 presents the "winter" series of cityscapes from Mikhail Pikalov's My St Petersburg: Seasons cycle. The artist plans to mark the city's tricentenary in 2003 by presenting the entire cycle in four albums with three hundred photographs in each. Mikhail Pikalov was born in Voronezh Region in 1950. He has lived in St Petersburg since 1971, restoring architectural and religious monuments. In 1978, Pikalov graduated from the philosophy department of St Petersburg State University. He presently heads Pikalov & Son, a company engaged in the restoration of such famous architectural monuments as St Isaac's Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral, the Admiralty, the palaces of the Russian Museum, and the twelfth-century Church of St George in Old Ladoga.
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Nikolay Rybakov. Yeniseian Routes

Nikolay Rybakov. Yeniseian Routes

21 november 2019—14 january 2020

The exhibition of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Nikolai Rybakov presents more than 70 works: paintings, graphic works, and enamels.

Dmitry Kaminker

Dmitry Kaminker

14 november 2019—7 january 2020

The exhibition presents the works by a famous St. Petersburg sculptor Dmitry Kaminker made in bronze, stone, wood, plaster or paper.

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