Today Arkhangelsk faced the Eve of the anniversary of the International Street Theater festival — the first exhibition of Mikhail Shemyakin “Carnivals of Venice and St. Petersburg. View of the artist” has opened. This project is a great event in the cultural life of Arkhangelsk. It involves three large organizations: the Arkhangelsk youth theater, the Arkhangelsk Museum Association and the Mikhail Shemyakin Center in St. Petersburg.
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Every year in the Exhibition Hall of the Union of Artists the exhibition “North” is held — a certain report of artists about the last two years of their creative career. This time, the exhibition presents works by 62 artists from Arkhangelsk and the region. Perhaps the number of guests depended on the number of participants? At the opening it was overcrowded!
Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt is a contemporary French writer, known as the author of a number of easy-to-read books, but, nevertheless, filled with deep philosophical meaning. One can even say that each of his works is a philosophical parable that raises at least one global problem of being: what is life, death, God and religion.
His novel “How I Was a Work of Art” was written in 2002 and is no exception.Read More