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Exhibition of works by Russian-American artist Sergei Gollerbach opened in Vladivostok

The opening of the exhibition of the Russian-American artist Sergei Gollerbakh took place at the Artetage Museum of Contemporary Art on Friday, November 21. The author donated 67 graphic and watercolors from the USA to the museum fund in memory of a friend who was born in the regional center of Primorye. The presentation of the exhibition began with a video message that Sergei Lvovich recorded a month ago in the United States specifically for the Vladivostok public. This was reported by DV-ROSS.

The exposition can be seen in the museum "Artetage" (Aksakovskaya street, 12, tel .: (423) 260-89-02) until 30 November. Free admission.

- I am very glad that today I can present my works in the seaside city of Vladivostok, I have no direct connection with the city, there are indirect ones. My now deceased friend was born and lived for a long time in Vladivostok, but a more lively connection, thanks to which I am now with you, albeit at a distance, is a fateful meeting. Several years ago I met Olga Nenazhivina, a Primorye artist in New York, she was the one who offered to exhibit my works in the Primorsky capital, '' Sergei Gollerbakh said in his video message

Sergei Lvovich Gollerbakh is a man of rich and interesting destiny. He was born in 1923 in Russia in the town of Detskoe Selo. In 1942 he was taken by the Germans to work in Germany, where in 1945 he was liberated by Soviet troops. In 1946-49 he studied at the Munich Academy of Arts. Since 1949 he has been living in the USA. An outstanding book illustrator, professor at the National Academy of Design in New York, author of a number of books about the fate of Russian people and many reviews of artists in exile.

Currently, the painter Sergei L. Hollerbach is a full member of the National Academy of Arts in New York and the honorary president of the American Society of Watercolorists, as well as a member of many art societies in the United States.

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