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4th Art Fair Moscow Artesania to Open in Russian Capital
26.09.2011 11:24
4th Art Fair  Moscow Artesania to Open in Russian Capital

The 4th Art Fair Moscow Artesaniya of paintings, drawings, sculptures and arts and crafts will be open in Moscow from September, 28th.
       Ceramics, textiles, home decoration, designer accessories and art gifts will be also available at the fair.
       From the project "Hommage Dali" representing surrealistic works byMax Haaze (1938–1998), who is called the “Russian Dali” to paintings by cult figures of the sixties, such as Oscar Rabin, Boris Sveshnikov, Aleksandr Kharitonov, Vladimir Nemukhin, and Anatoly Zverev. From works by the well-known representatives of naive art and art-brut Alexander Lobanov, Alevtina Pyzhova, Katya Medvedeva to Andrei Karpov, a primitive artist, the founder of ceramic canvasses and rugs with frontier guards and pioneers – such is a fair range of Moscow Artesaniya.
       The art fair will be opened in the Moscow New Manege at the address: 3/3, bldg 3, Georgievsky Lane (Teatralnaya metro station) from September, 28th to October, 2nd, 2011.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian culture Russian artists Exhibitions in Moscow   

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