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Painter Irina Kotova presents her works at Nesvizh National Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve

Painter Irina Kotova, who lives in France, presents her works at Nesvizh National Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve
By Victor Mikheev

Painter Irina Kotova, who lives in France, presents her works at Nesvizh National Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve

Irina-Kotova-work.jpgThe exposition of Voyage from Paris to Nesvizh showcases over 60 artworks, which are created primarily in pastels. The canvases disclose the title of the exposition, allowing us to make an artistic trip from the French capital to the cultural centre of Belarus — ancient Nesvizh. Fourteen pictures, dedicated to the restored residence of the famous Radziwill family, were painted by the artist during her stay of several months in Nesvizh and will be displayed here for the first time.

Irina Kotova was born in Minsk and graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Arts’ Graphical Department in 2002. In 2007, she received a diploma of the licentiate of St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute in Paris. Two years later, she defended her Master’s thesis in the history of arts of the Practical School of Higher Studies of the Sorbonne University in Paris. Ms. Kotova is also a member of the Paris Union of Artists and has lived and created in France for over a decade.
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