The Russian Embassy to London has opened an exhibition of Russian artists living in Great Britain.
The exhibition is organised to show the quality, variety and versatility of works of Russian artists now living in Great Britain, the embassy explained.
It comprises works of different styles, from classicism to avant-garde, made in different techniques, from painting and graphics to sculpture and painting on glass, as well as jewellery.
The artists whose works are exhibited in the embassy are Natasha Arendt, Sergei Bender, Katya Gridayeva-Sheppard, Maria and Alexander Kliot, Valery Koroshilov, Valery Martynchuk, Lilia Orlova, Sergei Pavlenko, Tatiana Radko, Sergei Shkanov, Alla Tkachuk, Alexander Vorobyov, Unus Safardiar.
Almost all of them have already had an experience of participating in prestigious contests and exhibitions in Russia and Great Britain, as well as in other countries.
The exhibition in the Russian embassy will last till October 10th.
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