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Modern Art of Armenia Comes to Moscow
31.07.2013 17:00
Modern Art of Armenia Comes to Moscow

On August 8 the National Centre for Contemporary Art in Moscow will open an exhibition of Armenian modern art from the collection of the Armenian Center of Contemporary Experimental Art.

      The visitors will see Armenian artists’ works created in various technicians, from graphic art and painting, to art objects, installations and video art.

      The exhibition presents works, which have been jointly selected by Russian and Armenian curators from ACCEA/NPAK and the National Centre for Contemporary Art in Moscow.

      The exhibition will run till September 8.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Video Contemporary Art Installations Exhibitions in Moscow Painting 

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