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Works by Secret Soviet Artists Exhibited in Moscow
29.04.2014 20:16
Works by Secret Soviet Artists Exhibited in Moscow

An exhibition of money drawn by artists, who concealed their names 10 years ago, has been opened in Moscow.

      However, practically everyone has seen the irreplaceable pictures by these unknown experts.

      Besides, non-standard art by these secret masters was highly esteemed by citizens, because these were banknotes. The Soviet artists worked on these creations as the staff of Goznak.

      The visitors will see not only banknotes, but also stamps, documents and portraits.

      This unparalleled exposition has been created on the basis of Soviet artists’ family archives and presents drawings of banknotes and other strictly controlled production.

      The exposition is held in the press center of the Russian Newspaper, however, art and money fans in Moscow should be in a hurry, after all Secret Soviet Artists are soon going on tour across the Russian Federation, first to Cheboksary and then further on.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Soviet Artists Goznak   

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