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Mihail
Savvich Bessmertnyy Mihail Savvich

Moscow 
born in 1946
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Mihail Bessmertny was born on October, 20st, 1946 in the region, USSR;
1968 entered the Grekov Odessa artistic school;
1969 trip to the Caucasus, several hundreds of drawings, water-colors and oils;Trip to Novgorod, started to study ancient Russian architecture (a study of the mathematical modulus applied by the old masters, the materials are yet unpublished);
Work with natural objects (paintings, drawing, graphics);

1969 attended the Odessa school;
1970 trip to the cities of the Rostov – Yaroslavsky, Borisoglebsk, Yuriev – Polsky, Vladimir and Suzdal, study of architecture;
1974 graduated from the Odessa school and moved to Moscow;
1975 entered the Moscow youth association attached to the Moscow Union of Artists;

EXHIBITIONS:

1975 Participated for the first time in a Moscow exhibition;
1976 in February and March, a trip to the ‘’Senezh’’ House of creative work, mostly graphics;
1976 participated in 2nd youth exhibition, Moscow;trip to the Ukraine, a series of graphic works’ creative mission to Yakutsk and Tiksi (Polar region). About 100 works;personal exhibitions in Tiksi and Kiev;
1977 work on the picture ‘’Collection of potatoes’’; trip to the Ukraine (in spring);trip to Moldavia (Moldavian cycle of early 1970 continued);
1980 trip to the Kurils;
1981 first decorative monumental works in the Tula region;
1981-82 international Triennale of drawings in Wroclaw (Poland)
1982 Autumn exhibition of Moscow artists;
1982 personal exhibition in the Tiksi museum
1983 Spring exhibition of Moscow artists;
1984 exhibition of Moscow artists; Work on a book: poetry of Kuzebai Gerd (a repressed poet)
1984 work on the monumental ensemble in the city of Bryansk;Trip to Hungary, study of museums, architecture, work with nature
1985 jubilee exhibition ‘’Victory over Fascism’’;
1985 work on the book ‘’Calling May (Zovu Mai) by the Yakutian poet Leonid Popov;
1986 personal exhibition in Moscow;
1987 personal exhibition in Budapest;
1988 Spring exhibition of Moscow artists;
1989 Spring exhibition of Moscow artists;
1989 exhibition of self-portraits.
1989 trip to Senezh, participation in exhibition dedicated to cosmonautics (jointly with a group of American artists); trip to Hungary and Czechoslovakia, a number of sketches; moved to Budapest for family reasons;
1990 further development of Hungarian topics, plot works.

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