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Polish and Soviet Art of 1945-1989 Displayed in Moscow
24.08.2012 09:51
Polish and Soviet Art of 1945-1989 Displayed in Moscow

Exhibition “Behind the Iron Curtain. Official and Independent Art in the Soviet Union and Poland in 1945-1989” has been opened in the All-Russia Museum of Arts and Crafts and Folk Art. 

      Before Moscow the exhibition was already shown in Serbia and Gdansk. 

      For the first time these works including paintings, graphic art and a sculptures by Francisco Infante, Edward Gorokhovsky, Max Birstein, Katarzyna Kobro and Wladyslaw Strzeminski, Edward Steinberg, Dmitry Krasnopevtsev, Nikolay Vechtomov, Vladimir Nemukhin, Vladimir Yankilevsky, Marian Chaplya, Vladimir Yakovlev, Tadeusz Kantor, and others are exhibited together. 

      All the 122 works by 74 artists come from the collection of Peter Novitsky, the founder of the Polish Modern Art Foundation.

      The exhibition runs till October 8.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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