SEPULTURA Singer's First-Ever Photo Exhibition To Be Held In St. Petersburg
SEPULTURA singer Derrick Green's first-ever photo exhibition will be held from August 25 to September 25 at the Domina Prestige hotel (Moika Embankment 99) in St. Petersburg, Russia. All proceeds from the exhibition will be used to repair children's home No. 7. This orphanage was chosen after much consultation and discussion with a representative of the public movement "Petersburg Parents", based on the fact that the establishment is in poor condition and is located in a remote area that does not allow it to be supported by the city and business structures to the extent to which it can get a children's home located in the city.
Green's photo exhibition in St. Petersburg is the first of a series of personal exhibitions from the SEPULTURA frontman, with additional events planned for other cities in Europe, including London and Moscow.
During his recent visit to St. Petersburg with SEPULTURA, Derrick was struck by the beauty and grandeur of the city, as well as the breadth of the Russian soul. He subsequently decided that his first exhibition should take place in Russia's cultural capital.
Some of Green's photographic work can be found at this location.
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