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Artist Alisa Yoffe Exhibited in Moscow
20.09.2013 11:42
Artist Alisa Yoffe Exhibited in Moscow

On September 24 the ZIL Cultural Center will open the exhibition I Want to Eat with Your Mouth by the Russian artist Alisa Yoffe.

      In her project the artist Alisa Yoffe synthesizes her personal experience of social interaction of an engineer and an artist, including friendship, common political views, creative interaction and her own versatile and multidirectional artistic quest.

      The exposition is designed in such a way that the visitors find themselves in the space of canvases hanging in the air and opening like doors one after another.

      The exhibition runs till October 15.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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