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The exhibition will be held in the Great Hall of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists from June 17 to July 17 at the address: Bolshaya Morskaya Street. 38.
June 17 at 17.00 St. Petersburg
The International Association of Artists - Descendants of Noble Clans, together with the Union of Artists of St. Petersburg in the Great Hall of the Union, is holding the final exhibition of its project "One Hundred Years of the Great Troubles". A project dedicated to the artistic interpretation of the tragedy that befell Russia in the 20th century. The project, the aim of which is an attempt to end the turmoil in the minds and souls of Russians, joining efforts for the revival of the great Russian art.

The uniqueness of this exhibition is in the unification in one exhibition space of the artists of the traditional academic school and the avant-garde artists.

A few words about the initiator of the project of the International Association of Artists - descendants of noble families, which will celebrate its twentieth anniversary next year. The Association is an initiative group of professional artists of noble origin, who set themselves the task of collecting and presenting all the best that is in contemporary fine art. Over the years, the Association has held more than 15 successful exhibitions in Russia and abroad.

Among the members of the Association are such significant artists as Yaroslav Krestovsky and Konstantin Troitsky, artists of the old noble family of the Ivashintsovs, a group of artists from the St. Petersburg School of Fantastic Realism Natalia Khodyacheva and Nikolai Danilevsky, the Trubetskoy sisters, a representative of the Leningrad underground Valentin Afanasyev, and "Russian and Parisian brothers Andrey Hoffman.

Among the invited artists are outstanding masters of nonconformism Gleb Bogomolov, Elena Figurina and Valentin Gerasimenko, sculptor Levon Lazarev, representatives of the Leningrad group "Eleven" Valery Vatenin and Zaven Arshakuni. The works of the presented masters are in the Russian Museum, the Tretyakov Gallery and other collections in Russia and abroad. Also, the largest masters of contemporary art take part in our exhibitions and albums released to them: academician Vasily Bratanyuk, honored artists of the Russian Federation Nikolai Blokhin, Alexey Talashchuk, Alexander Kondurov, Oleg Yakhnin and many other masters of painting, graphics and sculpture of various directions.

The exhibition will be held in the Great Hall of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists from June 17 to July 17 at the address: Bolshaya Morskaya Street. 38.