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Large-Scale Exhibition of Caricaturist Andrei Biljo Opens in Moscow
17.04.2013 11:02
Large-Scale Exhibition of Caricaturist Andrei Biljo Opens in Moscow

MMOMA presents an exhibition of Andrei Biljo, a renowned caricaturist, artist, author of cartoon animated films, essayist, and a former psychiatrist.

      Caricatures comprise only a part of the exposition. An entire floor of the museum space in Ermolayevsky Lane will be occupied with Andrei Biljo’s paintings (works of the late 1980s – early 1990s), including a series of the artist’s self-portraits. On the other floors there will be presented a few graphic series, a collection of designer bras, video records, and home interior decorations.

      The exhibition will take place in the Museum of Modern Art in Ermolaevskiy Lane from April 17 to May 15.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Andrei Biljo Exhibitions in Moscow Caricatures   

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