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Anatoly Zverev's Artworks to be Displayed in Moscow
24.01.2014 10:59
Anatoly Zverev's Artworks to be Displayed in Moscow

The exhibition Anatoly Zverev. On the Verge of New Museum is an important step to opening the Museum of Anatoly Zverev – one of the underestimated artists of the 20th century.

      The exposition presents discoveries and finds associated with his creativity and his future museum: from the concept of Museum AZ (design and construction of which is underway) to his recently found artworks that even experts are not familiar with.

      About 300 works of 1957-1960, one of the most fruitful periods in the artist’s creative career will be presented in the New Manege Exhibition Hall.

      The exhibition will run from January 28 to March 8.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Russian Artists Anatoly Zverev Exhibitions in Moscow  

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