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Exhibition of Evgeny Dybsky to Present Frescos in Moscow
25.10.2013 11:00
Exhibition of Evgeny Dybsky to Present Frescos in Moscow

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is going to hold an exhibition of Evgeny Dybsky from October 29.

      The artist creates paintings inspired by Giotto’s frescos —not shining and multi-colored as they are upon restoration, but with antique time-worn highlight and mysterious luminescence — just like in his youth in 1988. This was when the artist for the first time visited Cappella degli Scrovegni in Padua, and in the series of works Translation of Time he tries to recreate that magic effect rendered by the ancient frescos that he saw in an ancient church in an unfamiliar city.

      Evgeny Dybsky pays great attention to colors in his paintings, which echo the Renaissance palette of Giotto, whereas the subjects of his paintings are generalized to hints — mostly on evangelical themes.

      The exhibition will run till December 1.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Giotto Frescoes Evgeny Dybsky  

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