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Exhibitions of Lost Architecture Monuments Held in Moscow
23.09.2013 19:41
Exhibitions of Lost Architecture Monuments Held in Moscow

Deplorable results of three years’ work of the new Moscow authorities are being drawn up in the Artplay design center.

      It is hosting the exhibition City-Planning Counterrevolution.  Moscow 2010-2013. New Losses. The event has been prepared by the Archnadzor social movement and the project Moscow, Which Is Not There.

      Visitors will see 43 posters with photos of totally or partially lost historical objects and architecture monuments of Moscow.

      The photos illustrate the most notorious demolitions and reconstructions of the recent years.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Vandalism Moscow Architecture Architecture Monuments  

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