Somewhere between London and Paris, while crossing the Channel Tunnel, I was pondering crocodiles, panthers, wolves, elephants and King Kongs — the eye-catching, somewhat naïve and pop-artesque creatures of Richard Orlinski.
Stephen Hawking was born in the British city of Oxford on January 8, 1942, three hundred years after the death of Galileo Galilei, an Italian polymath and astrono-mer. Two hundred thousand children were born on the planet on this very day. However, only one of them became the legend of the modern cosmology.
“Born by the Winds of Absheron”. Such comprehensive title was given to the exhibition of Azerbaijani artists, held with great success last summer in Erarta museum. Fazil Najafov’s sculptures sounded confidently like monumental accords among complex polyphony of picturesque paintings of “absheron school” representatives
Construction of a statue to the hero, fighting for independence of India, Sardar Patel is completed in the Indian State of Gujarat. This monument is to be the highest one not only in India, but all over the world