Alexander Green and Crimea: an exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the writer’s move to Feodosia opened
The exhibition “Contemporary Artists of Crimea” has opened at the Alexander Green Literary and Memorial Museum in Feodosia. According to Tourist portal of Crimea, visitors to the exhibition are shown works of different genres by 35 authors, some of them talk about the last romanticism of the 20th century. The event kicks off the institution’s new exhibition year, which is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Green’s move to Feodosia.
The new exhibition “Contemporary Artists of Crimea” at the Alexander Green Museum in Feodosia presents landscapes, still lifes and portraits of Crimean authors. These are works by Sergei Koval, Sergei and Igor Pozdeev, Alexander Meyerson, Irina Nikolina, Anna Davydchenko, Lyudmila Kirilenko and other brush masters from Feodosia.
For the first time, the graphics of Elizaveta Pominchuk and the paintings of Elina Ponomarenko and Vasily Rogoza were shown to a wide circle. A special place in the exhibition is occupied by the paintings of the teachers of the Children’s Art School named after I.K. Aivazovsky, which depicts the house where Alexander Stepanovich Green rented a room from May to September 1924. The work “Waves of Desirade” by Alexander Khudchenko is also dedicated to the great romantic writer of the 20th century.
Visitors to the exhibition will feel a touch of southern coastal warmth from the paintings of Eleonora Shcheglova from Yalta. The exhibition includes works by famous Crimean artists who have passed away: Yakov Basov, Pyotr Starikov, Nikola Dorofeev, Sergei Sovetnikov, Sergei Matyushkin and Konstantin Moskovskysaid the exhibition organizers.
The exhibition will last until February 25. You can visit it with an entrance ticket to the museum (it is located at the address: Feodosia, Galereynaya St., 10).