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26.06.2020

AZ Adrenaline. Part XIII

The next, 13th part of "AZ Adrenaline" project acquaints with the AZ Museum exhibition "Life and Adventures of Anatoly Zverev", where more than 250 drawings and paintings of Anatoly Zverev, taken from the Sweden collection of Dmitry Apazidis, were displayed.  

Dmitry Apazidis worked as a diplomat in Greece, and later in the Sweden Embassy in Moscow. The collector George Costakis, being a friend of D. Apasidiz, introduced the latter to Anatoly Zverev. That is how one of the most significant collections of Zverev’s works started. It includes more than 1500 works of his early artistic life. 

For the first time viewers saw Zverev illustrations to the novels by Ilf and Petrov "The Twelve Chairs" and "The Little Golden Calf", also some series of landscapes, sketches, portraits of nearest and dearest — the artist’s and the collector’s family. 

Video art, created by the designer Anatoly Golyshev and the cameraman Yury Ermolin are also the part of the exhibition, together with the film of the director Irakli Kvirikadze about adventures of Anatoly Zverev told to his contemporaries.   


The premiere of the episode took place on June 26.



MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION "LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF ANATOLY ZVEREV"



Additional materials


Reviews on the exhibition
Video
Exhibition guide with the collection curator 
George Apazidis 
Poet Vladimir Aleynikov 
about Anatoly Zverev and Oksana Aseeva
Non/Fiction№21 Book Fair
Presentation of new books by the AZ Museum
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