Mark Chagall “La Bible”

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27 December, 2017 – 1 March, 2018 
62, Nevsky prospect
(Metro: “Gostiny Dvor”)

Daily 11:00 – 22:00. Tel. +7 (904) 601-000-2. www.artbank.su

Entrance ticket – 300/400 rub., reduced price – 200 rub. By card: https://artbankspb.timepad.ru/event/633181/

“Art-Bank” presents an exhibition of the great master of the XX century Mark Chagall “La Bible”. In the exposition – more than 60 works illustrating the events of the Old Testament. At the exhibition, you can plunge into an extraordinary world, created with bright multi-color lithographs and supplemented with music. Works are accompanied by biblical texts describing each specific plot, which allows not only to get new impressions and emotions, but also to learn a lot about the artist’s work and his unique perception of the Holy Scripture.

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Contacts

grigoreva_Valentina Grigoreva
Director General
perinartcenter@gmail.com

 

 


Ангелина Рубан
Art historian, curator
+7 (812) 448-20-28
perinspb@gmail.com

 

 


Егор Хлапов
PR director
+7 (950) 033-07-51
3313630@mail.ru

 

 


Мария Базанова
Relationship Manager
perartcenter@gmail.com

 

 


Анастасия Шпакова
Administrator
+7 (904) 601-0002

 

 


ABOUT US

Art Bank is a new exhibition space, created by the curators of the Art Center in Perinnye Ryady, which is expected to become a “must visit” place in St. Petersburg.

Art Bank maintains the tradition of thoroughly elaborated expositions with carefully selected information materials and music. A visit to an exhibition ceases to be a rare event, it is pleasant and useful. The new exhibition space is about to get an educational program with excursions, concerts, interactive lectures and master classes for the most diverse audience.

Art Bank is located on Nevsky prospect, opposite Catherine gardens, in an elegant building of Azov commercial bank, built in the late 19th century. Fascinating exhibitions of graphics of the great masters of the 20th century, as well as contemporary photo exhibitions, are held in the unusual interior of a real pre-revolutionary bank.