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eng Automatic Translation

Boris Zaborov

1935

Artist, painter, graphic artist, set designer.

In 1980 he moved to Paris, where he took up theatrical scenery and easel painting, a feature of which was the interpretation of an old photograph as an image of the past.

Lives and works in Paris.

Selected artworks

Associated institutions

Associated Documents

Selected dates:

October 16, 1935

Born in Minsk (BSSR, today the Republic of Belarus).

1949-1954

Studying at the Art School. Glebov in Minsk. He continued his education at the Institute. Repin in Leningrad and the Institute. Surikov in Moscow.

1962–1980

Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR.

Since 1980

Lives and works in Paris.

2010

The first and only exhibition in Belarus was held at the National Art Museum.

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Collections:

Works are in public collections of the State Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow), the State Museum of Fine Arts. Pushkin Museum (Moscow), the Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg), the Saintsbury Fine Arts Center (Norwich, England), the National Theater Costume Center (Mulan, France), the Albertina Gallery (Vienna, Austria) and other collections.

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Scenography:

Designer of scenery and costumes for the play based on the play by Nikolai Ostrovsky "Thunderstorm" in the Belarusian Drama Theater (Minsk, 1976), costumes for the play based on the play by Mikhail Lermontov "Masquerade" (1992) and the play based on the play by Victor Hugo "Lucretia Borgia" at the Comedy Theater Francaise (Paris, 1994).