The State Russian Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art of the Pushkin Museum of the RT hold an exhibition"Pavel Filonov and his students"from the collection of the Russian Museum.
The exhibition presents more than 20 paintings by the master and more than 40 - graphic works, covering almost all periods of P. Filonov’s life and work, and allowing to trace how his idea of analytical art developed.
The second part of the exhibition introduces the work of his most devoted students and followers, who selflessly followed him, supporting his "workshop of analytical art (MAI)." Among the students of P. Filonov represented at the Kazan exhibition with him are T. Glebova, A. Poret, B. Gurvich, S. Zaklikovskaya, A. Sashin, V. Sulimo-Samuilo, P. Kondratiev and others.
Pavel Filonov died of starvation in the besieged Leningrad in 1941, he went down in art history as an avant-garde artist, the founder of "analytical" painting and one of the most mysterious Russian artists of the 20th century.