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St. Petersburg Academy of Arts presents works of students in Seoul

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St. Petersburg Academy of Arts presents works of students in Seoul


26.11.2021

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Paintings by Russian students of the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts based on Russian literary classics are exhibited in South Korea. The exposition opened at the House of Literature in Seoul, it is working free of charge, the Russian Embassy in the Republic of Korea writes on Facebook.

The art students used the works of Russian writers of different centuries, from Alexander Pushkin to Vladimir Nabokov, as an inspiration. The works in various techniques are presented at the exhibition: drawing, watercolor, engraving and calligraphic etching.

Deputy Director of the House of Literature Yun Hye, Director of the Pushkin House Kim Sung Myung and Chairman of the National Cultural Heritage Foundation Kim Jong Kyu attended the opening ceremony. The exhibition will run until December 13.

Exhibitions of Russian art are regularly held in South Korea. Earlier, an exhibition of paintings by Russian artists living in South Korea started in Seoul. It includes works by experienced masters and aspiring painters.

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