An exhibition based on Dostoyevsky's story opened in Rome
2021-12-24 01:01

An exhibition based on Dostoyevsky's story opened in Rome

In Rome, the San Salvatore Museum opened an exhibition of paintings based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's story "The Funny Man's Dream.

The exhibition of works by the artist Marco Bernardico is timed to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Dostoevsky's birth.

The exhibition will run until January 30, 2022. It completes a large-scale program of events in honor of the writer. They were organized with the support of the Russian House in Rome, many of them took place on its site.

Recall that on December 14, in Florence, the opening ceremony of a monument to the Russian writer took place. His works are included in the school program in Italy.

Fedor Dostoevsky is a Russian writer, thinker, philosopher and publicist. Corresponding Member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences since 1877. The classic of the world literature, according to UNESCO, one of the most readable writers in the world.

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