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Snow-Covered Animations on Display in Moscow
31.12.2012 14:59
Snow-Covered Animations on Display in Moscow

The exhibition Snow-Covered Animations has been opened in the Solyanka Gallery, Moscow.

      Two main themes are identified in the exhibition title itself: animation and snow. Visitors will be able to see the best Russian animated cartoons about winter, as well as many unusual exhibits dedicated to the New Year's holidays.

      "Frosty exposition" covers all the gallery storeys showing various "winter" installations, including those of light, sound, and fur type. In the main hall instead of chairs there stand soft white padded stools. They are scattered in front of screens, which demonstrate non-stop animations about winter, snow and holidays. They are the core of the exhibition - and not without reason. The passing year 2012 marked the anniversary of the Russian animation. Exactly 100 years ago Russia's first animated film - The Beautiful Lyukanida – was released.

      The exhibition runs till 10 February.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Animation    

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