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Art by Igor Vulokh Displayed in Moscow
9.10.2013 14:30
Art by Igor Vulokh Displayed in Moscow
Nonconformist Art by Igor Vulokh

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art in Petrovka Street is opening an exhibition of the Russian non-conformist Igor Vulokh.

      Igor Vulokh (1938 — 2012) is a well-known Russian artist, non-conformist of the 1960s, one of the classics of Russian abstractionism.

      The exposition presents early works by Vulokh, his legendary White Period, well-known graphic cycles to verses by the poets Gennadiy Aygi and Tomas Tranströmer, as well as a series of the author’s porcelain based on his sketches.

      Altogether visitors will see 200 art works by Igor Vulokh.

      The exhibition runs from October 16 to November 24.

Author: Vera Ivanova


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