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Modern Art of Japan to be Shown in Moscow
13.03.2012 10:21
Modern Art of Japan to be Shown in Moscow

On March 14th the Moscow Museum of Modern Art opens the exhibition Double Perspective: Modern Art of Japan.
      
      Reality and Imagined World are divided into two museum platforms: everyday art pieces will be exhibited in the hall at 17, Ermolaevsky Lane, whereas fantasies will take place at the address 10, Gogol Boulevard. It is the first exhibition of such a large scale in Russia. It is aimed at introducing to 30 modern Japanese artists and their works created since the 1970s to art lovers in Russia.
      
      Double Perspective is represented by two curators from different countries (Yelena Yaichnikova and Kanjiro Hosaka), two museum halls and two parts of the project as two poles of Japanese art inseparable from each other.
      
      The exhibition runs till May 6.
      
      Source: buro247.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


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