Since the 8th of January, 2014, the Isaak Brodsky museum has been hosting an exhibition of works by Vsevolod Mechkovsky: "The fixation of life is sometimes more important than life itself".
According to his degree, Vsevolod Mechkovsky is an architect. He was born in 1945 in the family of a soldier. Then he studied in Novosibirsk. As an architect, he worked in Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine and the city of Vladivostok in Russia. But only in the city of Saint Petersburg could his spirit truly express itself.
Under the patronage of his grandmother he spent the first years of his childhood. Saint Petersburg's beautiful cityscapes became absorbed in his memory. For Mechkovsky, and, it may be said, for many other Russian and Soviet artists, having his own personal exhibition organized in Saint Petersburg has been the pinnacle of his achievements.
Vsevolod Mechkovsky is a member of the Union of Architects (since 1971) and the Union of Russian Artists (since 1996). He has been a member of different exhibitions in Russia and abroad (since 1971).
The exhibition is open until the 19th of January, 2014.