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Sculptures by Alexander Rukavishnikov to Be Displayed in Moscow
18.02.2013 08:26
Sculptures by Alexander Rukavishnikov to Be Displayed in Moscow

Moscow Museum of Modern Art has opened an exhibition of the People’s Artist Alexander Rukavishnikov.

      Dimensions of thinking are shown in Rukavishnikov's approach to paintings as well, which are numerous at the exhibition also. It also presents monuments, which is actually what Rukavishnikov is famous for. 

      The last hall of the exposition displays dozens of heads of soldiers of different eras in sailor’s caps, garrison caps, turbans, grenadierial caps; they are set up on poles.  Rukavishnikov has been carrying out this series of images since long, but has never before exhibited it never on such a large scale and with such strengthened expressiveness.

      The exhibition runs till March 10.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Artists Alexander Rukavishnikov Painting  

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