The exhibition "There will be three of us ..." in the Tretyakov Gallery

On September 5, the Tretyakov Gallery will open its doors to visitors, and the first exhibition of the season will be exhibition "There will be three of us ...". Viewers will be able to see pictures of the famous Russian artist. Kazemir Malevich, as well as his two students - Nicholas Suetin and Ilya Chashnik. Some paintings will be brought from private collections, including from Liechtenstein. This, very pleasant news, was reported by Andrei Vorobyov (deputy general director of the Tretyakov Gallery for exhibition and exhibition work).
Malevich, and his two students, had close friendships. Pictures at the exhibition will abound. Malevich’s early work will also be presented, in which notes of modernism and impressionism can be traced. we can say that these three artists complemented each other, and constituted a kind of symbiosis. They can be called the "three-fold artistic union." Visitors will see works by Malevich’s students who were not written without the participation of a teacher.
This year the Tretyakov Gallery is planning to host a huge number of exhibitions. So, to the 100th anniversary of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in the Tretyakov Gallery will be an exhibition of graphics and watercolors of the 19th and 20th centuries. In addition to exhibitions, there will also be a host of interesting cultural events that we will try to highlight on our website.

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