New Year's Opening Day in Tel Aviv

The first month of the new 2010 was marked by a Rossiyskom cultural center in Tel Aviv, the opening of three exhibits - two exhibitions of paintings and graphics, as well as exhibitions of dolls. The authors of all the exhibited works are Israeli artist, who came from Russia and some other CIS countries.
Opening the evening, director of the RCC Kryukov congratulated the gathered with the start of the new year, as the artist wished to new successes and presented mementos from the Center. Presenting authors of the exhibited works - Svetlana Lukash (city of Bat Yam), Anna Zarnitsky (city of Holon) and Helen Vanetik (Haifa), director of the RCC noted that special interest attaches to the January opening day of its thematic, stylistic and genre diversity.
, Followed by the executive secretary of the Association of Professional Artists of Israel B. Kotlyar, stressing that the work of women artists is bright and very much part of contemporary art process.
A. Zarnitsky an exposition "Color and Line", which includes oil paintings and graphics. S. Lucas tells visitors RCCs with its exhibition "And there was light ...", consisting of urban and rural landscapes, portraits and genre sketches. Both the artist donated a painting RCC.
Of particular interest to visitors opening day brought an exhibition of dolls handcrafted "Russia: life and customs" created by theater designer Helen Vanetik.
All the exposition the author presented a gift to RCC.
On the opening day was attended by ambassadors and members of the diplomatic corps number of countries, artists, representatives of other creative professions, as well as many art lovers.
Collective exhibition will run in the RCC until the end
of January.