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Director of the Andrei Rublev Museum shared memories of Lipnitsky

Soviet and Russian art critic, director of the Andrei Rublev Museum Mikhail Mindlin, in an interview with RT, shared his memories of one of the founders of the Zvuki Mu group, Alexander Lipnitsky.

“He was a close friend of mine … He was a person closely associated with modern culture, I communicated with him for many years. He was a frequent visitor to the National Center for Contemporary Art, which I headed throughout the entire period of its existence, then to the Andrei Rublev Museum, where I am currently working. He has been a friend of the museum for many years too, ”Mindlin said.

He noted that Lipnitsky was close to Viktor Tsoi, was a friend of Boris Grebenshchikov, Artemy Troitsky, stood at the origins of Soviet rock culture.

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“Recently, he arranged in his gallery, simultaneously with exhibitions of Russian religious art on Nikolina Gora, exhibitions of nonconformists, artists of a later time who worked in the field of contemporary art. A person of a very wide circle of friends, musicians, writers. He was a man of the broadest range of culture. At the same time, he was incredibly sociable, open, tolerant, friendly, charming, sparkling, “said the interlocutor of RT.

The death of one of the founders of the “Sounds of Mu” group Alexander Lipnitsky became known on March 26.

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