New art by Irina Sitdikova

These are on display at the yearly regional exhibition “Zapolarye (“above the arctic circle”) 2015″ in the Murmansk Regional Art Museum (Murmansk, ulitsa Kominterna 13). The exhibition opened Nov. 13 and will last till Dec. 6. Murmansk and region artists and artisans present their works there. Here is Irina’s contribution to the exhibition:
ДИКИЕ ЛОШАДИ КУЗОМЕНИ, 2015, граттаж, 58х38


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An exhibition by Irina Sitdikova, Apatity

Irina Sitdikova exhibition in ApatityThe exhibition of graphics by Irina Sitdikova will be held from Sept. 3 to Sept. 30 at Gallery M, in the city library, ul. Lenina 24, 2nd floor, in Apatity (“the cultural capital of the region”), about 1.5 hour drive from Kandalaksha.


Open Tue. to Friday 12 to 7pm, Sat. and Sun. 12 to 6pm.

Free admission.

Over 50 works, some of which are publically displayed for the first time, will be presented.

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Artists from Apatity

By Alexandra


Your %##!*!! job is to promote Kandalaksha and the Kola Peninsula. Express your attitude elsewhere.

Would be travellers –

Here is something positive to offset the torrent of ugliness from our in-house killjoy old grouch Uncle Pasha. I want to introduce you to two artists who will show you the other North, joyful and cheerful. Both are based in Apatity, about halfway between Kandalaksha and Murmansk.

Above: Anna Mikhailova, who shares her time between St. Petersburg and Hibiny.

Below: Irina Sitdikova from Apatity, a fun city that Pasha very unjustly placed on his “Russian Misery Tourism” honour list.

Here are some of their works:
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