Art and Paris.

RUSSIAN ARTISTS IN PARIS. NOVEMBER 2012. 

Paris in late November

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PE - 24The Seine is cold,

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…but boulevards are beautiful,

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such as in the time of Pissaro.

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The Boulevard des Capucines, the Olimpia Music Hall. The home of Edith Piaf, Charles Aznavour, Adamo, Mireille Mathieu, and many other great singers.

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Molière worked here…

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…and Hemingway walked alongside these trees.

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8th arrondissement of Paris is well known as Champs-Élysées district.

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House on Rue de Miromesnil was a temporary location of “Russian Art & Paris” headquarter.

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The Élysée Palace is the official residence of the President of the French Republic, containing his office, and is where the Council of Ministers meets. View from Rue de Miromesnil.

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The Grand Palace. View from The Élysée Palace.

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Charles de Gaulle monument is near the Grand Palace. This was a place of meeting of Russian artists on exhibition “Art en Capital” 2012 registration day.

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Artist Andrey Shustov arrived first.

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Editor of “Russian Art & Paris” Ekaterina Semeniouk greeted artists on Champs-Élysées.

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The bridge of Alexander III and the Grand Palace (right). View from C. de Gaulle monument

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The Grand Palace exhibition hall. Registered artworks.

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Artists go to registration desk.

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The exhibition hall “Art en Capital” 2012. At registration desks.

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The early evening. The hanging of the paintings was in the very beginning.

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Artists at the registration desk.

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Editor of “Russian Art & Paris” Ekaterina Semeniouk guided artists through registration.

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The night of hanging the paintings.

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Artist Evgeni Yali was absent, but his painting “The steppe” arrived on time.

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“Coffeemania” waiting in line to be hanged.

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This is the winner of the Silver Medal 2012, but nobody know about it yet.

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It is night already.

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Late dinner in the “Russian Art & Paris” headquarter, at last.

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