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An exhibition by Italian artist has opened on the territory of Samara airport

Airport as an art area: a solo exhibition of Italian artist Marco Grassi has opened in  “Kurumoch” international airport (forms part of Airports of Regions holding). The exhibition area is on the third floor of the airport terminal in domestic flights departure area, after the departure formalities area.

 Marco Grassi is a portraitist who creates his paintings in expressive, distinctive local colour and uses personal technique. At the heart of his work is pastose olive undercoat forming a tone. The foundation in covered with figures of bright neon colours. The artist highlights the contours with moving lines, while the images on the canvas are created with broad, long, colorful strokes applied with a spatula or streaks: a combination of these techniques creates lightness, dynamics and mobility with  the dark drawing.

Four oil paintings on canvas were chosen for the exhibition:

  • Do more of what makes you happy
  • Japan is my love
  • Lady
  • Lady sioux

The exhibition is supported by ART-MOST.COM.

“This year, the airport celebrates its 60th anniversary. Art exhibition of a modern Italian artist is one of the surprises that we’ve prepared for the passengers to make their time on the territory of the airport not just comfortable, but also exciting”, says Konstantin Bylinin, Executive Director of “Kurumoch” international airport. The exhibition will run until the middle of July.

02 June 2017 Charter routes on “Kurumoch” airport schedule 09 June 2017 The exhibition commemorated to the third anniversary of Samara-Helsinki route is now open at “Kurumoch”
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