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Rose of Jericho

Ausstellung 8 September − 7 Oktober
september 8, 2022 at 19:00 in the gallery Davydkovo Association "Exhibition halls of Moscow" opens the exhibition of paintings and drawings "The Rose of Jericho.

The Rose of Jericho Exhibition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Moscow Union of Artists. The exhibition at the Gallery Davydkovo will present the heritage of Moscow artists, whose paintings are in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, the State
Literary Museum and many other museums and collections.

But many works by these artists are kept at home, with friends, and in private collections. These are the works of famous Moscow artists that will be shown at the exhibition.
Project Curator, Irina Bodrovathe exhibition offers to recall the names and to see the works of departed artists anew in the exposition. Without their works the picture of Moscow artistic life of the second half of the XX and the beginning of the XXI century would not be complete.

The name of the flower - the symbol of eternal life - is in the title of the exhibition. The rose of Jericho is resurrected, immersed in "living water," and so the paintings of deceased artists will emerge in the halls of the gallery as creative memories. This exhibition is imbued with great love and memory of the heart, a deep reflection on life. The Soul
of the artist-creator does not fade into oblivion, but remains in his works.

This project was launched in November 2019 at the Industrial Graphics Gallery.

Authors featured in the exhibition: Eduard Bragovsky, Max Birstein, Stepan Dudnik, Konstantin Molchanov, Vyacheslav Pavlov, Mikhail Rudakov, Nina Vatolina, Natalia Lyubimova, Anatoly Mosiychuk, Alex Begov, Dmitry Ikonnikov, Gennady Serov, Olga Rudakova, Valery Svetlitsky, Alexander
Komissarov, Evgeny Trifonov, Dmitry Terekhov, Vladimir Kolganov, Leonid Rabichev, Victoria Shumilina, Vladimir Levinson, Ernest Aronov, Tatiana Tolstaya, Rachel Samolyubova, Alexander Strebkov, Vladimir Nadezhdin-Birstein, Marina Kruchinina.

The vernissage will take place on September 8, 2022 at 19:00 at the Davydkovo Gallery (formerly Gallery XXI century) at 22 Kremenchugskaya St. (metro station Slavyansky Bulvar, Davydkovo).

Galleries at the exhibition