Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Sergey Obraztsov Exhibition Opens in Moscow
12.07.2011 11:37
Sergey Obraztsov Exhibition Opens in Moscow
Sergey Obraztsov

The 110 anniversary of the most famous Russia director-puppeteer Sergey Obraztsov is celebrated in Moscow.
      He was an outstanding person - a variety stage star, actor of MKhAT (Moscow Art Academic Theatre), writer and film director.
      Large-scale exhibition Puppets Space has opened in honor of Sergey Obraztsov in Moscow. It is located in three halls of the Vetoshnyi Exhibition Complex, which is not far from the Red Square.
      The exhibition presents exhibits from the memorial apartment of Sergey Obraztsov, as well as puppets sent by his colleagues from various countries. The exhibition gives a notion about the main types of puppets, such as marionettes (puppets worked from above by strings attached to thier limbs), glove puppets (put on a hand and manipulated by hand, which becomes the body of the puppet), tablet puppets, which work without a hiding screen in front of spectators, and shadow puppets, made of different materials and performing from behind a special illuminated screen.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sergey Obraztsov Puppets Exhibitions in Moscow   

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter      submit

Transfiguration Festival  Izhevsk  active holidays in Russia  Nikolay Pozdeyev  Theatre of Nations  TNK-BP  Yandex  Vladimir Spivakov  Russin Universities  Russian business  Russian Series  Russian science  Moscow  AvtoVAZ   Russian scientists  Alexander Scriabin  Russian universities  Russian tourism  Zavidovo  Russian visa  politics  Russian Museums   Transportation  Russian National Parks  Anatoly Kim  Russian Stage Directors  Russian economy  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  St. Petersburg Museums  Russian Nature  Ethnomusic Festival MIRA  Red Square  ethnographical tourism  Novgorod Region  Modern Art  Lev Durov  Vitaly Milonov  St. Petersburg  Russian transport  All Events  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russia opposition  world record  Magnit  Museum of Religious History   Kamchatka  LUKoil   Russian Cinema  Peter and Paul Fortress  Russian-Poland 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites