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International Modern Art Festival to be Held in Penza
19.08.2013 15:20
International Modern Art Festival to be Held in Penza

The International Festival of Modern Art and Creative Technologies with sculptors and artists from 29 countries will take place in Penza from August 20 to September 10.

      The Legenda sculpture park will become the festival venue.

      Since 2008 masters from all over the world have been coming here and creating sculptures on particular subjects. These works have been remaining in the Chisty Prudy recreational complex. Now there are already 275 sculptures of marble, granite, wood, metal and bronze in the Legenda sculpture park.

      This time 73 artists will be working on the projects that will remain as a gift to Penza.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Penza Festivals Modern Art   

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