Exposition of the exhibition “Chronicle in Bronze. The Image of Alexander Nevsky in the Works of the Sculptor V. G. Kozenyuk" introduces visitors to five projects implemented in the North-West region of Russia. This is the result of a creative search to which the master devoted his entire life. Thanks to the talent of the sculptor and his loyalty to his ideas, St. Petersburg acquired a well-known monument to its patron saint, located on the square of the same name in the city center.
The exhibition features unique exhibits: original drawings, sketches and projects of the sculptor, as well as plaster and bronze models illustrating the entire process of creating a sculpture from the inception of an idea to its material embodiment. The photographs and documents describing the biography of Valentin Grigorievich and his career are of a particular interest.
The exhibition was created with the participation of V. G. Kozenyuk's family and the museum-diorama “The Battle of the Neva. 1240 ".
The exhibition is located in the hall of temporary exhibitions and will run until October 3, 2021 inclusive.
A ticket is needed to enter the exhibition.
Photo: Press Service of the Historical Park "Russia - My History"