Face in Face

Welcome to exhibition

from November 2 to December 4, 2011

Opening at 6 pm November 2, admission is free

405, rue Bonsecours
Vieux-Montréal
H2Y 3C3
Québec, Canada
Phone : 514-282-1725
Fax : 514 2820456

Open from 11am to 5.30 pm every day, admission is free

Portrait sculpture has virtually ceased to exist in Europe, America, Russia and many other countries around the world. This exhibition is the very first attempt to revive the genre, and it presents sculptural portraits of famous as well as of ordinary people.

You may learn more about Alexander Mironov and his art at www.mir-on-off.com

Sculptural portraits of:

Jack Layton

Michael Jackson

Leonardo DiCaprio

Gaetan Trottier

Andy Warhol

Phyllis Lambert

Brad Pitt

Mark Zukerberg

Wayne Gretzky

etc.

 

mironov

Alexander Mironov, sculptor, draftsman

Born in 1976 in Russia. Since 2010 he's lived and worked in Canada.

Education:

1996-2002 Moscow State Academic Art Institute Surikov, Faculty of Sculpture
2000 training at the Academy of Fine Arts at Karlsruhe, Germany
2002-2004 post-graduate of Moscow State Academic Art Institute Surikov
Since 2001 proffessor of Moscow State Academic Art Institut Surikov

Member of the Union of Artists of Moscow; Resident of the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
Member of the Conseil de la sculpture du Québec

Awards:

2000 Gold Medal of the Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow
2001 Gold Medal of the Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow
2010 Gold Medal of the Union of Artists of Russia, Russian art exhibition, Moscow, Central House of Artists

Works by A. Mironov in museum collections

State Historical Museum, Moscow, Russia
State Museum of Victory
National State Museum. Elista, Kalmykia.
State Fund of Fine Art «Ros Izo». Moscow, Russia.
State Museum Kemal Ataturk. Ankara, Turkey.

Private collections Russia, Germany, France, Canada.

Learn more about the author and his work at : www.mir-on-off.com

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