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Modern Adyghe Artists to be Exhibited in Moscow
2.04.2013 11:45
Modern Adyghe Artists to be Exhibited in Moscow

The unique exhibition of modern Adyghe art Shades of Circassian will be presented on April 10, 2013 in the Les Gallery, Moscow.

      The exposition will include graphic art, photos, paintings and applied arts by well-known artists and young talented authors.

      The organizers are aimed to demonstrate to Moscow public the fact that there is the Circassian culture today. For this reason the exposition will present a variety of genres and directions united by one thing — the mysterious Circassian shade – and thus create a full-fledged picture of modern Adygei art.

      The exhibition runs till April 20, admission free.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Adyghe people Exhibitions in Moscow Modern Art   

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