On February 12, 2009, exhibition of art works of the popular artist of Russia Peter Dick will be inaugurated in the staterooms of the Museum. It is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the artist’s day of birthday.
Peter Dick (1939-2002) is one of the most interesting Russian graphic artists of the last quarter of the 20th century. He was born in Altai, but spent all his life working in the City of Vladimir. He perceived himself as a wide-scope artist. His personal exhibitions attracted permanent public attention not only in national and provincial museums, but also in Great Britain, Italy and Germany, which Peter Dick being German has established special friendship and cooperation ties with. From 1992, Peter Dick exhibits his works in Düsseldorf, Berlin, Munich and Hamburg.
In 2001, the popular artist Peter Dick was awarded a Russian-German bonus in the field of culture.
Main feature of P. Dick’s work is that thinking of wide notions, the artist gets along with minimum means to attain in his art pieces the spiritual and emotional concentration, and full sensuous perception.
150 graphic art pieces of Peter Dick will be exhibited from the collection of the artist’s widow, and the State Russian Museum of private collections.