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Exhibition of Little Artists Opens in Moscow
19.02.2013 07:44
Exhibition of Little Artists Opens in Moscow

The exhibition Vidimo – Nevidimo (Visibly-Invisibly) presents over 250 children's works, including drawings, photos, video, mosaics and many other things.

      Children patients from seven largest Russian clinics participate in the exhibition.

      The opening ceremony took place on February 15, the international day of children suffering from cancer. That is where hard, sad, and painful words come to an end.

      “Whereas the adult modern art reflects all problems and doubts of this world, despair, anger, and fear, our little artists show all its best sides and opportunities. We see here love, goodness, and joys of creativity” - actress Dina Korzun, the cofounder of Present Life Foundation said when opening the exhibition.

      “Such exhibitions are an old and good tradition of the Present Life Foundation and its volunteers, whom we call art volunteers” – added actress Chulpan Khamatova, another cofounder of the foundation.

      The exhibition runs in the Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, till March 17.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Charity Fine Arts Children  

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