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Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...be on display until June. Russian Museum Malaga. Edificio Tabacalera, Avda Sor Teresa Prat. The annual exhibition is entitled ‘Saints, Queens and Workers. The temporary shows ‘Nikolai Roerich. In Search of Shambhala’ and ‘Anna Ajmátova. ... Poetry and life’ run until 1 March. Nikolai Roerich. MalagaSUR Teatro Cervantes exhibition Malaga. Until 19 June. Centro de Cultura Activa Pedro Aparicio. The exhibition commemorates 150 years of the Cervantes theatre in Malaga. It includes

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Russian Museum puts Roerich's mystical humanism on display

Antonio Javier López

...these imperfections and reach loftier ideals. One needs to think only of Picasso or Woody Allen to realise that the biographical is often employed to undermine or cast a shadow over the artistic. THE EXHIBITION Title. 'Nikolai Roerich. In Search of ... does just the opposite. Rather than pitting the artist and his art against each other, it attempts to present a synthesis of the intriguing life of the polymath Nikolai Roerich and his artistic production. The paintings of Roerich (1874-1947) evince ... an eclectic humanism which combines history and mysticism; reality and fantasy. A restless spirit, Roerich travelled until he found his place in the world in the Himalayas, which are the focus of the final section of the exhibition, In Search of

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The Russian Museum in Malaga brings an intense year to a close with Anna Ajmátova and Nikolái Roerich

Antonio Javier López

Roerich. The two projects will be opened on 27 September. The year has been intense not only in quantitative terms (up to six exhibitions will have passed through the Tabacalera this year), but also in qualitative terms in the ambition of the proposals. ... will also premiere a project based on Nikolai Roerich, "a master of Russian symbolism and an extraordinary figure in the cultural scene of his time", as he is described in the Tabacalera. Roerich (1874-1947) "was much more than an excellent artist: ... he was a promoter of culture and peace, explorer, archaeological researcher, writer and public figure, he was in continuous contact with intellectuals, scientists and artists of the Russian cultural panorama of the time". Roerich travelled