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Exhibition dedicated to St. Petersburg architect opened in Pisa

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Exhibition dedicated to St. Petersburg architect opened in Pisa


An exhibition dedicated to the graphics of the famous St. Petersburg architect Sergei Tchoban kicked off on September 22 at the Museum of Graphics of the University of Pisa.  

An online meeting on the exposition took place on the eve of the opening. The meeting was organized by the Russian Center in cooperation with the Museum of Graphics and the University of São Paulo (Brazil).

The participants discussed various aspects of artistic creativity and the activities of the architect in Russia and abroad. Sergei Tchoban took part in the event, telling about himself and the importance of St. Petersburg in his work.

Stefano Gardzonio, Anastasia Kondrasheva, Pisa

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