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Koran Exhibition Opens in Moscow
15.08.2011 12:00
Koran Exhibition Opens in Moscow
Vasil Hannanov

Artist Vasil Hannanov’s exhibition "Revelation" has been opened in the Moscow Inzhir Gallery.
       Dozens of painting and drawing displayed in the gallery are dedicated to Koran.
       The artist first resorted to the theme of the Koran in the 1990s, when he created the cycle "Vahija". “This project is not a demonstration of my skills, but an occasion aimed at making a person stop in front of a picture and reflect on life, eternity and oneself in this world", - artist Vasil Hannanov says.
       The exhibition runs till September, 15th.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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