Annotation for Personal
Exhibition of 1981
Of Completion and
Short Annotation for Personal
Exhibition of 1992
Two Spaces
The Ethics of the Beautiful
Contest design for Rekolle
International Workshop, 2005
  1. Avant-garde Today
  2. Humanized Space
The Ability To Bring Light
Movement of the Diagonal
Artistic Credo
On the Incompleteness
of the Creative Act, Sacrifice,
and Self-awareness
in the Anderssein
On Art and Life
The Code of the Plastic Art
and Space of Sculptural
The Evolution of the "Russian Idea"
in the Visual Arts of the 12th–19th
The Russian Idea, Now
and in the Future
Articles by Other Authors
The Ethics of Plastic Forms
in Valery Yevdokimov's Sculptures
Plastic Art as an Iconic
Experience: The Problem
of the Artistic Image
The Sculpture
of Valery Yevdokimov
Artificial Game
Mikhail Seleznev about
Valery Yevdokimov
Oleg Komov about
Valery Yevdokimov
Peter Baranov about
Valery Yevdokimov
Portrait – A Convergenc
of Forms
Extracts from an Article
by Olga Kostina
Extract from an Article
by Susanna Serova
Commentary on the Model
Monument of Russian Philosopher
Vladimir Solovyov
In Search of One's Own Self
Thinking About Time
Spiritual Anxiety
The Mystery of Art.
Sergey Orlov
Master. Valery Maloletkov
The Academy of Arts Presents…
The Mystery of Art.
Lubov Yevdokimova

"Spiritual Anxiety"

Extract from an article by Igor Svetlov


Valery Yevdokimov has managed to embody many of the above ideas of sculptural reflection in the image of the prophetic writer, in his Tallinn bronze bust of Fyodor Dostoevsky – created in the classical manner, mounted on a high pedestal of red granite. The work is noted for fine sculpturing, remarkable portrait identity and the dignified and profound simplicity behind which hides a tremendous spiritual travail and the genuine mastery of the sculpturing artist.

The monument was inaugurated in Tallinn on May 31, 2002, as a gift of the government of Moscow. Says the sculptor: "When I worked on the bust of Fyodor Mikhailovich, I strove to render the state of the writer as he foresaw the future of Russia, the future of mankind".

"Our Heritage", #78, 2006

Bust monument to F. Dostoyevsky in Tallinn, Estonia.
2002. Granite; height 3,5 m