This work is the part of the Moscow Studio by Boris Belsky collection. The Moscow Studio is the first silk-screen printing workshop in Russia, created in 1991 by Boris Belsky.
The Moscow studio today is already a legend - the most famous Russian and international artists printed there, including Komar and Melamid, Dmitry Plavinsky, Oleg Kulik, Leonid Sokov, Victor Pivovarov, and others. In addition to them, Belsky was approached by young aspiring artists from many countries of the world. Belsky left the best works for his own collection.
This collection has unique value in terms of limited edition art - these are the first prints created in Russia, made with calligraphic accuracy of printing and high craftsmanship. Each work has remained in a single copy.
Ayrapetyan Adel (1947)
Armenian graphic artist. Born in Yerevan. Graduated from the Yerevan art and The Theater Institute (1972). Since 1974, she has participated in exhibitions.
In 1983, she founded a School of art education in Armenia. Since 1987-member of the Union of artists of Armenia. In 1988, she was awarded the Grand Prix as the best artist of the year of the Union of artists of the USSR. In 1989, she received the award of the Ministry of Culture and the Union of artists of Armenia as the best artist of the year. Since 1993 Works and lives in Poland. The artist's works are in the collections of the Museum of modern art (Yerevan), the state Museum of fine arts named after as. Pushkin (Moscow), private collections, in particular Raisa Gorbacheva, the second President of the Republic of Armenia Robert Kocharian, the outstanding Polish composer and conductor of modern times Krzysztof Penderecki.
Personal exhibition: Yerevan (1970), Germany (1986), Prague (1989), Katowice (Poland, 1993), Stockholm (1994, 1995), the 1700th anniversary of Armenia's adoption of Christianity (Warsaw, 2001), Wittchen Gallery (Warsaw, 2001), "Love and may" (Warsaw, 2003), "Talismans" (Berlin, 2004).