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Sergey
Amayakovich Sarumyan

Russia 
born in 1950
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Born in August 1950 in the city of Stepanakert of Nagorno Karabakh. In 1967. moved to Armenia in Yerevan. He went to an art Studio. In 1970. he graduated from the Moscow folk University of arts. In 1973. he entered Yerevan art-theatrical Institute, faculty of industrial graphics. After graduation he went to work at the State Museum of Revolution in Armenia as a graphic artist.

In 1980. Sergey Sarumyan's moved to Moscow. The Moscow art world has enriched his Outlook and shaped his aesthetic credo. In Moscow, he began working in the field of poster and easel, where he had many successes. From 1985 to 1988. was head of art Studio of the Sevastopol district of Moscow.

1991. is a member of MOSH, member of the Association "Moscow Print", "Moscow poster", the member of international art Fund, a member of the Ministry of agriculture. Working in the direction of drawing, painting and decorative arts.

Sarumyan – author of numerous publications, including books, posters and other publications. He designed a number of facilities in Moscow and other Russian cities.

Sergey Sarumyan – participant of numerous exhibitions and all-Union and international competitions. Sergey Sarumyan is a participant of the group exhibition of Moscow artists in APN 1990 and 1991, as well as an Exhibitor at the Diplomatic Academy of the MFA of the USSR in 1991. Since 1994 in the Central House of Artists (CHA) in Moscow held a personal exhibition of Sergey Sarumyan. He is a member of group exhibition in the framework of days of Armenian community in Moscow and in the town of Elektrostal in February 1995. In September 1995 he was organizer and participant of the group exhibition of Moscow artists in RAO "Gazprom".

(Source: website of the Moscow Union of artists)

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