Tamara Bukovskaya, Valery Mishin
Crosses, crosses

WE WERE HERE (on site-seeing tour)
WE WOULD LIKE NOT TO BE HERE AGAIN

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Crosses' church is destroyed (drawing is made by memory, taking pictures is prohibited there, image is embellished). This sight definetely hurts the feelings of farthful prisoners. But the church would be restored as a historical monument only, when a prison will be moved to another spot...

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Tamara Bukovskaya. Born in 1947 in Leningrad, finished StPSU, philologist-Slavist. Publications: , 37, ۻ, ѻ, ., : Ļ, ֻ, , etc. Poems are translated into French, English, Italian, German, pulications in poetry anthologies: , , -, ; , , . 21 , etc. Member of St Petersburg Writer Union. Author of nine poetry collections: , 1991; ReRe, 1993; , /with Kay Borovsky/, 1994; , 1995; , 1999; , 2002; ջ, 2006, etc. Full member of Russian Poetry Academy founded by Joseph Brodsky. Poetry publications in literary journals and almanacs: , , , ϻ, л, -һ, л, , , , XXI , Saro, etc. Artist, the works are presented in Moscow museum of contemporary art.
Valery Mishin. Born in Simpheropol in 1939. Finished Sverdlovsk Artistic School and Leningrad Mukhina's Artistic School. He attended literary workshops led by Tatiana Gnedich in Pushkin city. Since 1996 he participates in art exhibitions in Russia and abroad. Member of Russian Artistic Union, International Federation of Artists (UNESCO). Works are presented in ... , ; ; ; ; Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol; Zimmerly Art Museum, New Brunswick, New Jersy; Museum of the House of Humor and Satire, Gabrovo; Cremona Civic Museum, etc, and in a number of private collections. Books: λ, 2000; -ʻ, 2001; ߅, 2001; ʻ, 2003; , 2004; MONܻ, 2004; , 2006; , 2007; , , 2008.