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Spring Painting Exhibition to be Held in Moscow
21.02.2012 09:23
Spring Painting Exhibition to be Held in Moscow
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Exhibition Anticipation of Spring will be opened in the museum exhibition centre Worker and Kolkhoz Woman on February, 23rd.
      It is the first anniversary exhibition of painting, drawing and sculpture by members of the Moscow Union of Artists this year.
      Spring means not only revival of nature after winter, but also springing up of new sprouts in artistic life. The concept of the project Anticipation of Spring stands for the conception of an interesting project, original idea, and then the birth of a new work.
      The exhibition presents works by famous painters, whereas a special part of the exposition is given to works by young Moscow artists.
      The exhibition runs till March, 15th.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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