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New Manege to Host Tea Ceremonies with Dmitry Krymov
31.05.2013 10:50
New Manege to Host Tea Ceremonies with Dmitry Krymov

Dmitry Krymov Laboratory jointly with the A.A. Bakhrushin Theatre Museum is preparing the exhibition Stone. Scissors. Paper

The exhibition will take place in the New Manege from June 4 to July 7.

According to organizers, this exposition will acquaint visitors not merely with the requisite of performances, but with the way they were created, and will introduce the creative process itself.  “We are not going to display a realistic studio, but its image condensed to a symbol, a sculpture”, – the artist and film director Dmitry Krymov points out. 

“Inside this huge sculpture one can wander and observe desks, papers, models, and thousands of necessary and unnecessary objects and little things, one can touch, rummage, look and listen, and “dive” into the atmosphere of a just stopped work. We would like to let the audience into our studio, where everything is happening”. 

Tea drinking ceremonies with Dmitry Krymov and his guests will be held weekly at the exhibition, which will also present excursions for children and adults. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Installations Exhibitions in Moscow Dmitry Krymov Sculpture  

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