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Russian Art Week in Moscow Unveils Unifying Power of Art
March 15, 2016 23:26

The project is a large-scale international art forum presenting a diverse palette of works by artists from Russia and over 20 other countries.
The 20th International Contemporary Art Fair and Competition "Russian Art Week" will be held in the Central House of Artist at the address 10, Krymsky Val, Moscow from April 22 to 28, 2016.
The already traditional Russian Art Week will bring together art objects from more than 20 countries and from practically every region of Russia. This time the project will be of deep symbolical meaning and its name Art of the Future serves to remind us that art has neither borders nor bans regardless of any economical or political peripetias between the states. The  art exhibition and international project Art Week is held in 16 countries and gives chances to budding talents to present their art works on a par with eminent masters.
Russian Art Week goes on discovering new names in painting, graphic art, and sculpture, as well as decorative and applied arts. Famous modern art masters, such as Helmut Langer from Germany, Giuseppe Marinelli DeMarco from Italy, Angel Orensanz from the USA, Ivan Kazansky, Victor Penzin, and Tatyana Galaktionova from Russia are going to choose new players, who will determine fashionable and popular art trends of the next year. Not for nothing is the exhibition of spring 2016 named Art of the Future.
The most important aspect of the Russian Art Week - Spring 2016 is participation of heads of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia in the Advisory Council (jury) of the competition. These eminent and established masters will not only professionally estimate the art objects presented at the exhibition, but also give an opportunity for aspiring authors to join the Artists' Union.
The exhibition will include high-end master classes with famous artists, creative meetings, press conferences, pleasant surprises for visitors, and delightful music accompaniment.
 




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Art Week Art Exhibitions Contemporary Arts Exhibitions in Moscow  

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