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In Birobidzhan, an art exhibition dedicated to the anniversary of the EAO

An art exhibition dedicated to the anniversary of the Jewish Autonomous Region has opened in the Stroyindustriya exhibition hall in Birobidzhan. The Aqua Biennale in Birobidzhan is being held for the third time.

In total, more than 70 works by artists from the Khabarovsk Territory, Primorye, and the Jewish Autonomous Region are presented at the Aqua Biennale. For the first time in the Birobidzhan exposition there were paintings by painters from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Yakutsk.

"Despite the absence of some of the leading watercolors of the Far East at this exhibition, the exhibition turned out because there are famous names, including even honored artists of Russia," says Valentin Korovin, director of the children's art school in Birobidzhan.

At today's exhibition, paintings are not only known in the Far East of artists. The exhibition is complemented by works of young painters.

“There are such children's works that are touching in that they lovingly reflect nature, they seem to study it, and at the same time they are direct in their expression,” says Anatoly Makashin, a member of the Khabarovsk regional branch of the Union of Artists of Russia.

The exhibition will run until mid-October.

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