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Open House Exhibition by Andrei Roiter to be Held in Moscow
7.10.2013 18:54
Open House Exhibition by Andrei Roiter to be Held in Moscow

On October 17 the Moscow Museum of Modern Art will open the first large-scale retrospective of Andrei Roiter.

      The Open House exposition covering the 25-year period of Roiter’s creativity takes four museum floors: over 70 art objects from paintings and photos to three-dimensional collages and video works.

      Andrei Roiter was born in 1960 in Moscow, studied for two years at the Moscow Architecture Institute, and worked as a watchman in the building of a former kindergarten in Khokhlovsky Lane in the mid 1980s.

      By that time Roiter’s works were already displayed at informal Soviet art exhibitions in Europe and the USA. When “the Kindergarten” was closed after Perestroika, the artist accepted invitations from the West where he lives and works till date.

      The exhibition will be held till November 24.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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