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Oleg Tyrkins Exhibition Opened in Moscow
15.05.2013 17:09
Oleg Tyrkins Exhibition Opened in Moscow

Oleg Tyrkin’s project Kinotypia opened in the Fitil movie theater presents eighteen digital art portraits of outstanding film directors, including Buñuel, Tarkovsky, Fuller, Hitchcock, Bergman and others.

Oleg Tyrkin is a well-known Russian modern artist, a participant of Moscow Biennials of modern art and the most significant exhibition projects of the recent years. He has been participating in Russian and international exhibitions since 1989.

The exhibition runs from May 15 to May 26 and from June 1 to June 15.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Digital Art Exhibitions in Moscow Cinema   

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