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Dutch Realism Exhibition is Coming to Moscow
11.11.2013 13:28
Dutch Realism Exhibition is Coming to Moscow

The Pushkin Fine Arts Museum will hold the Magic of Dutch Realism — Exhibition from Painting Collection of ING Bank.

      November 11 will see the opening of an exhibition of works from the Dutch collection of ING Group – one of the largest financial conglomerates in the world. It will be held in the framework the Year of Holland-Russia.

      The ING Group’s collection now includes more than 15 thousand works, which are kept in the company’s offices worldwide.

      The Magic of the Dutch Realism exhibition presents 40 masterpieces by the founders of magic realism Carel Villink, Wim Schumacher and Dick Ket. It also includes latest self-portraits by Philippe Akkerman.

      Magic realism is the style of fine arts which uses realism in combination with a slight seeming aberration of the artist’s eyesight while depicting daily scenes. One of the founders of magic realism - Albert Carel Villink from Holland – changed the term “magic realism” that he disliked into “imaginary realism” to describe his own creativity.

      The exhibition will take place till January 26, 2014.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Painting Holland   

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