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Russian Art Academy Displays Cultural Memory
17.07.2013 20:53
Russian Art Academy Displays Cultural Memory

The Russian Arts Academy in Moscow presents the international art project uniting masters from Finland, Canada, the USA, Great Britain and Russia.

       All of them are natives of the former Soviet Union and were educated in Russian institutions. At the same time the authors have assimilated traditions of the countries where they live and work at present. Hence is the exhibition title: 7+. Cultural Memory.  Actual Vector (25 July-17 August).

      The first exhibition of the kind was held in Paris in 2008, was dedicated to the 100th anniversary since the famous Diaghilev's Seasons, and was repeated in Moscow.  Afterwards the expositions took place in Washington, London, and Khanty-Mansiysk in Siberia. 

      The mission of the project is promoting the idea of “art without borders”. 

      About a hundred paintings, graphic art pictures, sculptural compositions and other works presented at the exposition convey the authors’ aspirations for philosophical awareness of life and creation of innovative generalized images.  Russia is shown here as seen through the reflection of western art perception. 

      The visual philosophy of artists includes ideas by Vasily Kandinsky and Jackson Pollock, Rene Magritte, Mikhail Vrubel, Gustav Klimt, Pavel Filonov, Zynaida Serebryakova, Lyubov Popova, and others. 

The exhibition is arranged as a journey around various epochs, styles and trends – from realism to abstraction, from hand-made paper panel to sculpture. All these “dimensions of history and culture” find timely forms of art in creativity by modern artists.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Art Fine Arts Painting Exhibitions in Moscow  

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