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An exhibition of works of Vsevolod Ivanov

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An exhibition of works of Vsevolod Ivanov
An exhibition of works of Vsevolod Ivanov
An exhibition of works of Vsevolod Ivanov
Published: 2010/11/11 - 08:30

November 12th, 2010 at 13:00 in the Park Hotel "SDL" will be opened permanent exhibition of the artist Vsevolod Ivanov from Tver city.

Vsevolod Borisovich Ivanov was born on August 14, 1950 in Belomorsk. 1978 - graduated from art school in Tver specialty graphic designer.

Until 1974 participated in the city, regional, and one all-Union exhibitions of amateur artists. After 1978 exhibited through the Union of Artists of Russia.

"From a young age I knew that the Russian people are plundered mercilessly plundered and economically. But no less dreadful robbery - a perversion of the history of the Russian Family. Stolen ancient period of the historical path of our Russian ancestors. Distorted the history of medieval Russia.

Faked recent history. However, over the past decade, it became possible to publish literature of ancient and authentic ancient record of the Russian people. And I'm the man to whom I turned fifty years old, had, as a student, to develop this splendor. The cycle of "Vedic Rus'" will go on until the end of the allotted period of life. My Art is the bridge on a sunny and beautiful world of our Russian past. They do, I'll dive into the world of our solar Russian past. Yes, and contemplation of paintings by artists such as V. Korolkov and B. Olshansky - a great pleasure.Realize that the power of the hand, despite the development of photo, film and animation, all the same as strong as it was 200 years ago. The Art of the Russian artist should be, and educational functions. Need to actively oppose "globalization" of art!"