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Ernst Neizvestny Museum Opens In Yekaterinburg
15.11.2012 12:17
Ernst Neizvestny Museum Opens In Yekaterinburg
The building of the future Ernst Neizvestny museum (Source:

The first museum of the Russian sculptor Ernst Neizvestny will appear in Yekaterinburg, the artist's native city.

      Neizvestny's first exhibition took place in 1997 at the Museum of History of Yekaterinburg. Another one recently took place in Moscow at the Museum of Modern Art, and reportedly catalysed the process of opening a museum proper.

      Yekaterinburg City government gave one of municipal buildings to Sverdlovsk Region museum of local history. Petelina House in 14, Dobrolyubov St. is currently not in use, although it previously belonged to the automobile department of the region.

      The date of the official opening of the museum is not yet set: the building does require a bit of restoration work.


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian culture Russian museums Ernst Neizvestny Yekaterinburg  

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