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II Moscow International Exhibition Doll Art to Run in Manege
6.10.2011 11:04
II Moscow International Exhibition Doll Art to Run in Manege

A large-scale doll art exhibition a remarkable event in the realm of doll art will be held in the Central Exhibition Hall Manege in Moscow from October 28th to 30th.
      In 2011 the exhibition continues to acquaint visitors with a broad range of works revealing tendencies and direction of the development of doll art, display new collections of artists from different countries, expositions of creative unions, galleries, schools and museums.
      The exhibition Doll Art presents more than 1000 participants, and ten thousand exhibits showing the art doll in all kinds and genres of art.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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