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History of Soviet Pavilions to be Displayed in Moscow
17.06.2013 09:54
History of Soviet Pavilions to be Displayed in Moscow

On June 17 the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman Museum opens an exhibition on history of the USSR pavilions, the first part of which is dedicated to the country’s participation in international exhibitions.

      The history of Soviet exhibition halls is a history of architecture and total installations, a grandiose world review of achievements of different countries, competitive team shows of architects, designers, modellers, joiners, technicians, signwriters, photographers, sculptors, painters, cinematographers, and gardeners…

      The exhibition presents models, architectural drafts and sketches, as well as exhibits that are prize-winners.

      The exhibition runs till August 18.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Worker and Kolkhoz Woman Exhibitions in Moscow Photo Exhibitions Graphic Art  

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