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Tonino Guerra Exhibition Opened in Moscow
7.04.2014 13:00
Tonino Guerra Exhibition Opened in Moscow

The Peresvetov Pereulok exhibition centre has opened an exposition dedicated to the outstanding Italian screenwriter, poet and artist Tonino Guerra.

      The exhibition under the title Amarcord - I remember presents 33 art works, such as textile prints, color lithographs and ceramics based on the artist’s sketches.

      Tonino Guerra started drawing in his early childhood, and as a boy turned a penny by designing for newspapers and magazines. He “gave preference to the word” soon and returned to fine arts when at mature age. As for poetry, it was present in everything he took on.

      The exhibition runs till May 20.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tonino Guerra Graphic Art Cinema Exhibitions in Moscow  

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