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Art Gallery with Cafe and Art Studio Opened at ENEA in Moscow
April 29, 2016 12:27

The ROSIZO museum and exhibition center has opened the exhibition Always Modern. Art of the 20th - 21st Centuries in the Culture Pavilion at the  ENEA.
The ROSIZO head Sergey Perov told about the event to TASS.
"The exhibition's slogan is "One country, two styles, and three eras". The two styles are realism and avant-garde, the three eras are the early 20th century, the post-war period and the 1980s-2000s", - he explained. According to him, along with the exhibition, the ROSIZO Gallery will have a cafe, a gift shop and an educational program for children and adults with open-airs during warm seasons.
The exposition Always Modern. Art of the 20th - 21st Centuries in the central hall of the pavilion starts with works of the Russian avant-garde art and socialist realism, which appeared in the 1930s. The first part is presented with works by Alexandra Exter, Mikhail Le Dantu and Ivan Klyun, whereas the 2nd part includes, in particular, the paintings Demonstration in the Uritsky Square authored by Vasily Vikulov and Collective Farmers Welcome Tankmen by Yekaterina Zernova.
The second section covers the period from the 1960s till the 1980s. The realistic trend of development of the Soviet art is demontrated with the paintings In a Closet by Gely Korzhev and The Ashperon Interior by Tair Salakhov, and the second wave of avant-garde is presented with art works by Vladimir Andreenkov and Boris Orlov, the future founders of The First Creative Association as well as Yevgeny Rukhin and Boris Turetsky.
In the third section dedicated to art of the late 20th and early 21st centuries the audience will see Moscow View from Madrid by Eric Bulatov and Amsterdam by Georgy Guryanov.
After a while it will be possible to download a free exhibition guide through mobile applications and for now all the necessary information can be found with multimedia systems at the exposition. The exhibition Always Modern will run till September, and afterwards will be replaced with a project dedicated to the Year of Russian Cinema in the ROSIZO Gallery.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: ENEA Art Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Avant-Garde Sotsrealism 

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