The sculpture was installed at the intersection of Lenin Avenue and Pervomaiskaya Street next to the building of the children's library. This intersection has traditionally been the place where the Tula have been making appointments. The “Meeting Place” is the second sculptural composition by Zurab Tsereteli, made for Tula city (in 2015, a monument of the writer Gleb Uspensky, a native of Tula, was unveiled in the city). Sculptural composition “The Meeting Place”
The bust is installed in front of the main entrance to Lazhechnikov House Museum, who was one of the founders of the Russian historical novel genre. The Head of Kolomna City District D. Lebedev, the members of the Russian Academy of Arts, as well as representatives of the general public attended the opening ceremony.
The sculpture was installed in the newly renovated park, which provides recreation areas for adults and children. Nearby, on Pushkin Street, there is a comprehensive school and the central city library. Thus, with the monument of Alexander Pushkin hitherto recreation park became a space for various creative events. The opening ceremony was be attended by schoolchildren, employees of cultural institutions, representatives of local authorities and the some citizens. Unveiling of the Monument of Alexander Pushkin
Zurab Tsereteli presented a statue dedicated to famous Russian poetess Marina Tsvetaeva to the school museum in order to commemorate 125 years since her birth. Inauguration of the Monument to Marina Tsevetaeva in Moscow
Zurab Tsereteli created a bronze monument to Russian novelist and short story writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, which was installed to commemorate 100 years since the birth of the latter. Inauguration of the Monument to Alexander Solzhenitsyn in Kislovodsk
Zurab Tsereteli attended the unveiling ceremony of the monument to the renowned Russian playwright, poet, diplomat and composer Alexander Griboedov. 2.1 meter statue was presented to the Theatre by the artists as a gift. Unveiling of the Monument of Alexander Griboedov in Tbilisi
Today, on 10th December 2019, was the opening of the new building of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation. This event is being called one of the most important in the history of the existence of the government institute of defence. The new "headquarters" of the ombudsman are located at Smolensky boulevard 19, Moscow. Previously, on 9th December 2019, there was a presentation of the "Equity and Mercy" sculpture composition inside the inner courtyard of the…