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Gennady Troshkov Exhibition Opened in Moscow
17.09.2013 11:15
Gennady Troshkov Exhibition Opened in Moscow
Gennady Troshkov

Metaphysical Technologisms – a personal exhibition of Gennady Troshkov has been opened in the All-Russian Museum of Arts and Crafts.

The exposition presents a retrospective of art works by the venerable artist from 1975 to 2013. 

      The exhibition takes place in the framework of the parallel program of the 5th Moscow Biennial of Modern Art.

      The exhibition embraces widespread genres of art creativity, such as painting, graphic art and sculpture. One of the halls will be dedicated to different types of book illustration, which the author created in the 1970s and 1980s. Visitors will see the relief and tapestry genres that are rare today, as well as art forms associated with more modern materials and techniques.

      The exhibition runs till October 25, 2013.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Gennady Troshkov Exhibitions in Moscow Painting Sculpture  

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