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На перепутье: Современное искусство Кавказа и Средней Азии

С 4-го по 12 марта в аукционном доме «Сотбис» в Лондоне пройдет выставка-продажа работ современного искусства Кавказа и Средней Азии под названием «На перепутье». На выставке представлены около 50 работ современных художников из бывшего СССР.
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“Maneater of Kumaon,” a 2005 tempera painting by Georgia’s Merab Abramishvili (1957-2006). It is one of nearly 50 works by artists from the Caucasus and Central Asia featured in a special exhbition at Sotheby’s in London.
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“Maneater of Kumaon,” a 2005 tempera painting by Georgia’s Merab Abramishvili (1957-2006). It is one of nearly 50 works by artists from the Caucasus and Central Asia featured in a special exhbition at Sotheby’s in London.

“Girl From Surkhandarya,” a 1959 painting by Uzbek artist Rakhim Akhmedov (1921-2008). The work was part of a series of portraits created by Akhmedov while he was studying decorative arts in southern Uzbekistan.
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“Girl From Surkhandarya,” a 1959 painting by Uzbek artist Rakhim Akhmedov (1921-2008). The work was part of a series of portraits created by Akhmedov while he was studying decorative arts in southern Uzbekistan.

A 1987 portrait of Dmitry Shostakovich by Azerbaijani artist Tair Salakhov (b. 1928). Salakhov was a major figure of the Soviet art world and was celebrated for painting many of the leading composers of the time.
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A 1987 portrait of Dmitry Shostakovich by Azerbaijani artist Tair Salakhov (b. 1928). Salakhov was a major figure of the Soviet art world and was celebrated for painting many of the leading composers of the time.

“Disintegration,” a 2012 wood and metal sculpture by Armenian artist Armen Gevorgyan (b. 1958). The broken wheel is symbolic of the Armenian people’s long history of resettlement.
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“Disintegration,” a 2012 wood and metal sculpture by Armenian artist Armen Gevorgyan (b. 1958). The broken wheel is symbolic of the Armenian people’s long history of resettlement.

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