Add to favorite
 
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

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.


Sources: http://www.novayagazeta.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Charity Fine Arts Children  

Next Previous


You might also find interesting:

Moscow Philharmonic Hall Broke Record in Sold Subscriptions
11.09.2016
Imperial Beijing Circus is Coming to Moscow
15.02.2017
My Sister's Band is the Most Patriotic in Russia
15.12.2016
Andrey Konchalovsky to Start Making Film about Michelangelo in 2017
18.09.2016
Photos of Pushkin Museum Exhibits Displayed in Moscow Metro
12.01.2017



comments powered by Disqus




Comment on our site


RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

Russian Parliament in Action

search on the map
TAGS:
Rosneft  Sex Pistols  Konstantin Simonov  Russian trains  Exhibitions in St. Petersburg  Novospasskoye  Painting  Exhibitions in Moscow  Graffiti  Smolensk  Russian Cinema  Anton Chekhov  Norilsk Nickel  Moscow planetarium  Russian tourism  Russian Stage Directors  Twitter  gold reserves  Tsar Nicholas II  contest  Russian Nature  Russian Literature  Russian history  Ufa  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Oscar Strok  Farming  Orthodox Church  Russian airlines  Russian sport  Hand Fan Museum  Clean City  Moscow  Russian culture  Oleg Vyugin  Dombay  Russian business  Joseph Stalin  deer monument  Electromobiles  Aliens  Rock-n-roll  Russian TV  Archeological Finds  Russian theatre  Khimki elections  Russian modern history  Archeology  Russian roads  Transformable Manned Module 


Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites