From the 27th of May, 2015 the Memorial Museum of Isaak Brodsky has been hosting an exhibition featuring works by a sculptor Aleksey Arkhipov.
Aleksey Arkhipov is a member of the Union of Artists of Russia, a holder of a special UNESCO medal of achievements in sculpture, an author of numerous sculptures in many Russian cities (i.g. monuments of Feodosy and Afanasy, the monks and founders of Cherepovets city (1992), of D. N. Mamleev in Cherepovets (1998), and a monument of an academician S. I. Vavilov in Sosnoviy bor, 2002). In 2003 the sculptor won the first prize at the “Our saints and heavenly patrons” competition of sculptures for the Peter and Paul fortress in Saint-Petersburg. The sculptor has been nominated in a number of art contests in Russia and abroad.
Dealing with sculpture techniques and designs he created more than 50 patterns for medals for the Petersburg’s Mint, over 30 medals dedicated to the age of Fin de siècle in Russia and numerous exclusive cabinet size sculptures. The sculptor designed and executed statues of outstanding Russians in many European and Arabic countries, for instance sculptures of Fedor Dostoevsky, Anna Akhmatova and Andrey Rublev in Luxemburg and “Boy playing a game of gorodky” in Dubai. His works can be found in private and state collections in Russia (the Hermitage museum, Russian museum, Historical museum, etc.) and abroad.
The exhibition will run until the 7th of June, 2015 at the Memorial Museum of Isaak Brodsky (Arts‘ square, 3, Saint-Peterburg)