Fyodor Sushkov's exhibition opens in Novovoronezh


On March 14, a personal exhibition “A Different view of the vision of the New Testament” by the famous Voronezh sculptor and artist, member of the Union of Artists of the USSR – Fedor Sushkov (1923-2006) will open in the Small Hall of the Palace of Culture.

The exhibition will feature 50 paintings on religious and biblical themes. The artist was a deeply religious person, despite the fact that he lived and worked in the Soviet era and was a monumental sculptor. he created more than 50 monuments, his works adorn cities such as Rostov-on-Don. Kharkiv, Smolensk, Novovoronezh and Voronezh. In his paintings, the author reflects his philosophical view of religion and the divine principle – he believed that God is one for all representatives of religious denominations and scientific achievements are also God’s creations. The subjects of his paintings combine images of Christ and visions of the Prophet Muhammad, images of the Virgin and chemical formulas. and what unites all this is the recurring image of a “Temple for all directions of religions.”

The master presented his works to his granddaughter, Anna Nazarova, who lives in Italy. Now Anna presents her grandfather’s legacy at numerous European exhibitions and biennales to popularize his work and preserve his memory.

The exhibition will also feature famous monuments in sculptural miniatures and sketchy designs of his works.

The exhibition will last until March 27, 2022.

Address: Novovoronezh, Lenin Square, 1. Palace of Culture, Small Hall.
Working hours: from 8:00 to 20:00
Information by phone. 24-0-57 (Registration for tour service)