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Vladimir Putin signed a decree today on awarding State Prizes, Russia's supreme, and the Pushkin Prize-poetry, for last year's achievements in literature and the arts
Literature: Vassili Belov, novel trilogy, The Sixth Hour Kant Ibragimov, novel, The Past Wars Grigori Kruzhkov, translations of British and American English-language poetry, 16th-20th centuries Evgeni Rein, Pushkin Prize for poetry Architecture: Vladimir Beloshnichenko, Galina Bychkovskaya and Anatoli Redkin, architects; and Alexander Kopylov, construction engineer, CITY people's company trade centre, Khabarovsk (Russian Far East) Elena Borisova and Grigori Sternin, art historians; Igor Palmin, photographer, art books, The Russian Art Nouveau and Russian Neo-Classicism Dmitri Shvidkovsky, architecture historian, studies on the historical specifics of Russian architecture and its contribution to world architecture Artistic design: Valeri Akopov, graphic artist and designer, comprehensive decoration and visual advertisement of sightseeing objects Nikita Voronov (posthumously), art historian; Sergei Mikhailov, architect; Yuri Nazarov, book design, series of art history books, The Russian Design, A History of Design, and Post-Soviet Design Art: Illarion Golitsyn, artist, A House in Novogreyevo series of paintings and drawings Alexander Suvorov, graphic artist, Old Houses series of etchings Cinema: Alexei Pogrebnoi, director and play; Vladislav Uskov, camera; Vladimir Korobeinikov and Vera Kazakova, sound, Sorry I'm Still Alive, television documentary Mikhail Reztsov, director; Elena Savina, play; Dmitri Chernetsov, camera & co-director; Mikhail Makarov, camera, Dionysius, documentary Alexander Rogozhkin, director and play; Sergei Selyanov, artistic supervisor; Andrei Zhegalov, camera; Vladimir Svetozarov, art; Dmitri Pavlov, music; Anatoli Gudkovsky and Sergei Sokolov, sound; Victor Bychkov, Ville Haapsalo and Anni-Christine Juuso, leading actors, The Cuckoo, feature Music: Evgeni Kolobov (posthumously), founding artistic director; Natalia Popovich, chief choirmaster and Art Board president; Sergei Lysenko, conductor and choirmaster, establishment of the New Opera theatre, Moscow Boris Pokrovsky, director; Lev Ossovsky, conductor, Moscow State Chamber Music Theatre productions, Mussorgsky's The Fair at Sorochintsi, and Julius Caesar and Cleopatra, after Handel's Giulio Cesare Alexander Rudin, cello, concert programmes of 2000-03 Drama: Victor Astafyev (posthumously), play; Marina Brusnikina, director; Yanina Kolesnichenko, Valeri Troshin and Eduard Chekmazov, leading actors, A Goose Flew By, Chekhov Arts Theatre (Moscow) production based on Victor Astafyev's short stories, "A Goose Flew By" and "Granny's Little Celebration" Elena Vovnenko, Grigori Siyatvinda, Andrei Smolyakov, Denis Sukhanov and Chulpan Khamatova, actors, for starring productions of classical and modern plays Sergei Zhenovach, director; Alexander Borovsky, art; Vassili Bochkarev, Evgenia Glushenko, Irina Leonova, Gleb Podgorodinsky, and Ludmilla Polyakova, actors, Maly Theatre (Moscow) revival of Alexander Ostrovsky's The Truth May Be Fine but Luck Is Better Valeri Fokin, director; Alexander Borovsky, art; Leonid Desyatnikov, music; Sergei Gritsai, choreography; Alexei Devotchenko and Sergei Parshin, leading men, Pushkin Drama (Alexandrine) Theatre (St. Petersburg) revival of Nikolai Gogol's The Inspector General Valeri Yakovlev, director and art; Nikolai Kazakov, music; Svetlana Andreyeva, Genadi Bolshakov and Valentina Sitova, leading actors, Ivanov Drama Theatre of Chuvashia's production, The Faroff Light of Happiness, after Alexei Tarasov's play Entertainment: Igor Butman, saxophone, Jazz Band leader, the Jazz Carnival and The Triumph of Jazz concert programmes Public education: Galina Andreyeva, Vladimir Benediktov, Nikolai Bilyk, Nina Divova, Vitold Petyushenko, Valentine Rodionov, Gennadi Sinev and Tatiana Volkova, Russia's Golden Map sequence of art expositions, State Tretyakov Gallery, 1999-2003 Alexander Vengerov, Irina Mikhailova, Elena Plugatyreva and Andrei Tolubeyev, television programme cycles, The Smaller Museums of St. Petersburg, and St. Petersburg: A Time and a Place Anatoli Smelyansky, Irina Solovyeva-Bazilevskaya, Irina Vinogradskaya and Oleg Yefremov (posthumously), many years' studies and publication of the Moscow Arts Theatre founding fathers' written heritage Vladislav Kazenin, Alexander Sokolov and Vsevolod Zadertsky, The New Itinerant Society: Music Academy programme Works for Children and the Youth: Alexei Boiko, Vladimir Gusev, Nana Jvitiashvili, Alexander Krivonos, Natalia Kuleshova, Olga Platonova, Natalia Sokolova and Boris Stolyarov, blueprints and implementation of an art educational programme for children and adolescents at the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
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