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Exhibition Dedicated to Mikhail Bulgakov Opens in Moscow
30.09.2011 12:34
Exhibition Dedicated to Mikhail Bulgakov Opens in Moscow
Mikhail Bulgakov

An exhibition-installation dedicated to the 90th anniversary since the date of Mikhail Bulgakovs arrival in Moscow has opened in the cultural center Bulgakovs House in Bolshaya Sadovaya Street.
      
      The exhibition reflects multi-layered Bulgakovs reality of the early 1920s: outlines of his poor household in Apartment 50, his painful, both scary and tender terrible memoirs and dreams of his native Kiev and the Civil War, and the realm of his creativity and writings born there - very personal and autobiographical in many ways in fragments of his diaries, letters, and novels. A space installation combines designs of metal, media elements (newsreel) and graphic pictures.
      
      Along with the exhibition there will be launched the Internet project: Moscow Blog of Mikhail Bulgakov based on his diaries, letters and archival documentary films and photos of the 1920s.
      
      Source: sob.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


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