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Exhibition of Sculptor Grisha Bruskin Opened in Moscow
16.05.2013 09:22
Exhibition of Sculptor Grisha Bruskin Opened in Moscow

The Udarnik movie theater presents the Collection of Archeologist exhibition by the well-known sculptor Grisha Bruskin.

Grisha Bruskin cast 33 bronze sculptures in Italy, and then placed them underground to take out something like antiquities. Thus the movie theater for the exhibition period turns into an archaeological museum of the Soviet empire.

Grisha Bruskin (1945) is one of the most well-known and successful modern artists of Russian origin. He lives and works in New York and Moscow.

The exhibition runs till August 11.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Grisha Bruskin Udarnik Movie Theater Exhibitions in Moscow Sculptures  

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