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Multitouch art will be shown in Primorye

From 14 to 19 September, an exhibition of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Konstantin Khudyakov "Cinema after Cinema: Multitouch Art" will be open at the Primorsky State Art Gallery within the framework of the 12th International Film Festival of the Asia-Pacific countries "Pacific Meridians", the press service of the regional administration reports.

As reported in the department of culture of Primorye, Konstantin Khudyakov works in the genre of digital technologies. Its stereotypes, interactive panels and digital large-scale canvases are created with the help of new technologies and at the same time they solve actual creative tasks. Personal exhibitions of the artist in different years passed in different regions of Russia, as well as Greece, Spain, Lebanon, USA, Slovakia, Japan, France, Italy. In 2011, the artist represented Russia at the Venice Biennale.

The works of Konstantin Khudyakov are in the collections of the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, the State Center for Contemporary Art in Moscow, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the M'ARS Center for Contemporary Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Vienna, the European Center for Fine Arts in Bratislava, in corporate and private collections in Russia and other countries.

Artist Konstantin Khudyakov - a graduate of the famous Moscow Architectural Institute, from the school bench prefers the classics - the latest technology.

“In ten years, we will not be looking at the paintings, but they will be looking at us,” Konstantin Khudyakov is convinced. He not only anticipates the technological wonders of the future, he is actively working to bring them to life.

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