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The works of the Kerch artist Vladimir Kutz will be exhibited for the first time in the Picture Gallery of the East Crimean Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve.  The exposition "At Home Shores" includes landscapes of the Azov and Black Seas. 

Tatyana Dashevskaya, a senior researcher of the museum-reserve, told the travel that Kutz received the basics of art education in the Kerch art studio and the children's art school. 

"His landscapes are exhibited here for the first time, despite the fact that the artist himself was born in Kerch, and childhood passed on the sea coast," Dashevskaya noted. 

In total, the exhibition presents 42 works devoted to the sea, fishermen, boats and frigates. 

"The paintings are large and occupied all the halls and the staircase of the gallery , Dashevskaya specified. – The exhibition is long-term and will last until the end of December." 

Pictures Kutz last exhibited in the Crimea in 2013.  The artist lives and works in Kiev, and in his asset more than 60 national and international exhibitions.  Works Kutsa are in museums in Ukraine, Japan, Holland, France and Italy, as well as private collections.  Opening of the personal exhibition "At Home Shores" will take place in the Picture Gallery (Kerch, Teatralnaya St., 36) on November 16 at 16.00.

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