Tsarskoselskaya Art Award

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Tsarskoselskaya Art Award
Awarded forCreative contribution to the development of Russian culture and art and the strengthening of international cultural relations
CountryRussia
First awarded1993; 26 years ago (1993)

Tsarskoselskaya Art Award is a Russian award, given for creative contribution to the development of Russian culture and art and the strengthening of international cultural relations.[1][2][3][4] In the list of the founders: National Pushkin Museum, philanthropist Boris Blotner, poet and musician Alexander Dolsky, writer Viktor Krivulin, composer Sergey Kuryokhin, film director Alexander Sokurov.[5] Among the award winners were Mikhail Kozakov, Valentin Gaft, Sergey Yursky, Chulpan Khamatova, Galina Vishnevskaya and Eldar Ryazanov.[6]

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