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The first international festival of sand figures was completed in Khabarovsk

The first international festival of sand figures "Amur Vernissage", which was held as part of the international festival of creative tourism in the Khabarovsk Territory, has finished in Khabarovsk. According to Rossiyskaya Gazeta, masters from Russia, France, Italy, Spain, Latvia, Finland took part in it. For the sculptors' work, 170 tons of sand were brought to the center of Khabarovsk.

“The festival of this level is the first in the Far East, it is a significant event. I think that over time it will become even larger, ”says its organizer, Khabarovsk artist Sergei Loginov. According to him, the theme of the festival was prompted by the year of culture - "The whole world is a theater". It is understandable and close to any artist.

According to the publication, the Khabarovsk sculptor Vladimir Antonov created a sculpture of Vladimir Vysotsky, surrounded by characters from his songs. An artist from France, Helene Bryuman, presented a composition in which an Indian beauty pushes the floors of a tent crowned with a figure of a parrot. Agnes Rudzite from Latvia chose the theme "masks we wear" for her composition.

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