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Wonder Micro-miniatures by Anatoly Konenko Displayed in Tver
29.07.2011 12:00
Wonder Micro-miniatures by Anatoly Konenko Displayed in Tver

An exhibition of works by the microminiature artist Anatoly Konenko has been opened in Tver.
       Earlier the amazing miniatures by the artist from Omsk were exposed abroad.
       Now one can see Anatoly Konenko’s microcosm through a microscope in Tver. One of the most striking exhibits is the state hymn of Russia: its text has completely fitted into a human hair 2 centimeters long. The visitors of the exhibition will also see a shoed flea! It took the microminiature artist 7 and half years to shoe his first insect, but now he can manage it within just a week.
       The exhibition has already toured in Spain, Germany, and France. Now it is Russia’s turn.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tver Russian exhibitions    

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