From February, 9, till March, 27, 2022, the Art of a Stamp exhibition of fine art paintings and postal miniatures is being held in the Museum and Exhibition Center of the city of Lyubertsy, Moscow Region.
The exhibition is devoted to the Defender of the Fatherland Day and the International Women's Day. The exposition displays state valuable postage matter of military topics (armament, military uniforms, equipment, insignia, Heroes of Russia), as well as postage miniatures devoted to the flora and fauna of Russia, sports, etc. In addition, a part of the exhibition space is allotted for pictorial studies by leading artists of the Marka Publishing House, members of the Moscow Branch of the Union of Artists of Russia: Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts A. Adibekov, S. Ulyanovsky, and O. Savina.
The Art of a Stamp exhibition project in Lyubertsy is hosted by a complex combining three cultural facilities: the Lyubertsy Museum of Local Lore, the Museum of History and Culture of Malakhovka settlement, and the Lyubertsy Art Gallery. The venues of the facility offer excursions, meet-the-artists events, lectures, as well as thematic and concert programs.
The Art of a Stamp exhibition is a unique joint project of the Russian Academy of Arts, the Union of Artists of Russia, the Moscow Branch of the Union of Russia, the Moscow Union of Artists and JSC Marka; it is a combined exhibition of painting, graphic works and postal miniature. The Marka Publishers has been producing state valuable postal matter of the Russian Federation for over 160 years. The collection of postal stamps, postcards, envelopes and souvenir gifts is annually replenished with new issues dedicated to historical events in Russia, monuments of the world cultural and natural heritage, architectural attractions of cities, museums, and outstanding artistic personalities of the country.
The Art of a Stamp exhibition will be held at the address:
3, Zvukovaya Str., Lyubertsy, Museum and Exhibition Center;
Working hours: Wednesday – Sunday from 10:00 to 19:00, Monday and Tuesday - days off.