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Mikhail Tchernyshov: Works of 1981-1993
2.08.2013 11:06
Mikhail Tchernyshov: Works of 1981-1993

On August 15 the National Centre for Contemporary Arts in Moscow will open the exhibition Mikhail Tchernyshov: Works of 1981-1993.


      It presents the works of art created by the artist during this period in New York. Pop art works, symmetric compositions, geometry, and remakes of 1961-63 are made in various techniques: graphic art, collages and four canvasses.


      Mikhail Tchernyshov’s creativity has not yet been fully investigated; there are just a few articles on him in catalogues and in the press. This exhibition of works from the collection of the artist’s family is one more reason for reflections and pondering upon the creative pursuits by the artist.

The exhibition will be opened till September 29.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Installations Graphic Art  

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