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Things Packed for Final Journey to be Displayed in Moscow
21.05.2013 10:53
Things Packed for Final Journey to be Displayed in Moscow

On May 28 the Manege Exhibition Hall will open the exhibition My Most Important Suitcase.

      
In this project a participant of the exhibition collects things that he would like to take with himself into a small suitcase on the final journey… The idea and concept of initial implementation of this project belongs to Fritz Roth (1949–2012), the expert in “mourning education”, the former owner of a funeral bureau and a private Academy of Mourning, the "drive" of the new culture of perceiving death as a natural component of human life.

      
The exhibition runs till June 26.


Sources: http://www.moscowmanege.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Installations Suitcases Exhibitions in Moscow   

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