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Anti-war paintings boldly appear in Pig's Snout St. Petersburg gallery. The authors are already being hunted 10/21/2022 09:43:11. Total views 445. Views today — 0.

An art exhibition has opened at the Pig's Snout Gallery in St. Petersburg, including paintings with anti-war content. This is written by the SOTA Telegram channel.

It presents paintings by the so-called witchcraft artists (Nikolai Kopeikin, Vasya Lozhkin and others).

The Telegram channel reports that the authors are under close attention of head of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin. Because of such close attention to their work, some artists were forced to leave russia.