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Graphic Art of Peter Miturich Shown in Moscow
6.04.2012 13:11
Graphic Art of Peter Miturich Shown in Moscow

On April 11 the Tretyakov Gallery in Krymsky Val opens the exhibition Graphic Art of Peter Miturich.

      For the 125th Anniversary. The art of Peter Miturich (1887-1956), one of the best Russian graphic artists of the 20th century, developed in the milleu of avant-garde artists, poets and musicians. At the same time the master never rejected traditional forms of visual expression. In the 1910s-1920s he was a close friend of Vladimir Tatlin.

      After 1932, when the trend of socialist realism was established in the Soviet art, Peter Miturich remained true to his views and thus became one of the non-conformist artists. The exposition will include works from collections of the Tretyakov Gallery, which has the most complete collection of the artist's works. The exhibition will run till July 29.

      Source: tretyakovgallery.ru


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Peter Miturich Exhibitions in Moscow Tretyakov Gallery   

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