| From the 23rd of January, 2013 until the 3rd of February, 2013 the exhibition featuring works by Lyudmila Kutsenko (1930 - 2011) is open at the memorial museum of Issak Brodsky.
The artist took classes in the studio of Evgeniya Magaril, a student of Kazimir Malevich and Mikhail Matushin. Therefore in her works one can find features of such art movements as Suprematism, Cubo-Futurism, and Abstractionism. The personal artistic style of Lyudmila Kutsenko developed under the principles which had been declared by the Russian Avant-garde and modern Western European art. In the works of Lyudmila Kutsenko color is to be found as the vital element of painting itself.
After Lyudmila Kutsenko graduated from the Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after Repin, she worked as a painting teacher for the Higher College for Industrial Design named after Vera Mukhina in Leningrad. From 1971 the artist took part in different exhibitions in Russia and abroad. In the 1980-s she founded the art group “Parallel" and took part in the exhibitions organized by the group. Lyudmila Kutsenko became a member of the Union of Artists in 1970 and a member of the International Federation of Artists in 1991. In 2005 the State Russian Museum hosted a personal exhibition of artist’s works. Works by Lyudmila Kutsenko are the part of Russian and foreign museums and private collections. The exhibition features paintings and drawings by the artist.