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Graphic Art Exhibition of Thirteen Opens In Moscow
25.04.2012 08:46
Graphic Art Exhibition of Thirteen Opens In Moscow

Moscow Gallery 2.36 has opened an exhibition of the illustrious artists association Trinadtsat (Thirteen).
      The group Thirteen is one of the most original and remarkable artist associations of the late 1920s early 1930s. The history of the group numbers only two exhibitions, which took place in Moscow in 1929 and 1931. Its history, just like that of all other creative associations, was cut short eighty years ago, in 1932, when under the decree of the Central Committee of the Communist Party all art groups were liquidated.
      The organizers of the current exhibition have managed to collect works of all the twenty authors that once participated in the exhibitions of the Thirteen.
      The exhibition runs till May 25 at the address: 2/36, Spasopeskovsky Lane, Gallery 2.36
Author: Vera Ivanova

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