Dashi Namdakov = Namdakov Dashi / editor-in-chief: Evgenia Petrova ; articles: Alexander Borovsky, Maria Menshikova ; catalogue: Nadezhda Komarova, Zorikto Tsyrendorzhiev.

Artist
Format
Book
Language
  • Russian
  • English
Published/​Created
St. Petersburg : Palace Editions, 2018.
Description
111 pages : chiefly illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm.

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Editor
Еditor
Writer of supplementary textual content
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Host institution
Series
  • Alʹmanakh (Gosudarstvennyĭ russkiĭ muzeĭ (Saint Petersburg, Russia)) ; vyp. 548. [More in this series]
  • Альманах (Государственный русский музей (Saint Petersburg, Russia) ; вып. 548. [More in this series]
  • Alʹmanakh ; vyp. 548 = Almanac ; ed. 548
  • Альманах ; вып. 548 = Almanac ; еd. 548
Summary note
Dashi Namdakov is a well-known Russian sculptor born in 1967 in the Chita Region of Russia. His work is closely tied to the national Buryat culture, Mongolian epos, and the legends and parables of Buddhism, and is distinguished by academic precision, particular expressiveness of character, and accuracy in rendering movement. In recent years, Namdakov began exploring new means of expression. Influenced by contemporary art, he has introduced color into bronze sculpture, also attempting to convey his attitude through the expressiveness of form. --Museum website.
Notes
  • Published on the occasion of the exhibition held at State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, 12 December 2018-11 March 2019.
  • Non-Latin script record
Language note
Parallel texts in Russian and English.
Contents
  • Sculptures
  • Miniatures
  • Jewelry
  • Porcelain
  • Graphic art.
Other title(s)
  • Namdakov Dashi
  • Даши Намдаков
ISBN
  • 9783906917955 (hardback : International)
  • 3906917959 (hardback : International)
  • 9785933326366 (hardback : Russian)
  • 5933326364 (hardback : Russian)
OCLC
1130307969
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