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Exhibition of Urbanist Artist Alessandro Papetti Opens in Moscow
5.05.2012 14:14
Exhibition of Urbanist Artist Alessandro Papetti Opens in Moscow

 Shchusev Museum of Architecture in Moscow has opened the exhibition “Moscow. Factories of Utopia” by the Italian artist Alessandro Papetti working in the genre of industrial landscape, where there is no place for humans.

      The artist started to develop the Moscow exhibition in 2006 – he photographed huge Moscow factories in order to transfer the images on canvas afterwards.

      The visitors will see about 30 canvasses, in which the author investigates and recreates images of the Soviet industrial era.

      The exhibition runs till 17 June 2012.



Author: Vera Ivanova

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