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Tretyakov Gallery to Show Still Life in Russian Art
2.11.2012 14:14
Tretyakov Gallery to Show Still Life in Russian Art

On November 2 the State Tretyakov Gallery opens the exhibition Still Life. Metamorphoses. Dialogue of Classics and Modernity

      The exposition presents about 200 paintings, graphic works, arts and crafts, and household articles. 

      The peculiarity of the exhibition lies in comparison of works by old masters of the 18th-19th centuries with the latest tendencies in art: Moscow conceptualists and nonconformists. One of the goals of the exhibition is to show the interest of old masters in still life and the artistic image of the object world, which took shape in Russia in the 18-19th centuries and how this interest has been reflected in art of the early 21st century.

      The exhibition presents works by Russian masters as well as West European artists who painted in Russia.

      The exhibition will run till February 24, 2013.


Sources: http://www.itar-tass.com http://www.tretyakovgallery.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tretyakov Gallery Still Life Exhibitions in Moscow   

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