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Retrospective of Dmitry Prigov Opened in Two Moscow Museums
19.05.2014 17:11
Retrospective of Dmitry Prigov Opened in Two Moscow Museums

The Tretyakov Gallery in Krymsky Val and the Belyaevo Gallery have opened retrospective exhibitions of Dmitry Prigov, who died seven years ago.

      The Tretyakov Gallery presents a large-scale exposition of the conceptualist artist under the title Dmitry Prigov: from Renaissance to Conceptualism and Further on. It brings together 350 works by the master. The exhibition runs till November 9.

      The exhibition Dmitry Prigov, the Duke of Belyaevo. Genius of the Place held in the Belyaevo Gallery is dedicated to Prigov’s life in the district, which he glorified repeatedly. It is a total installation immersing the viewer in the semi-mystical world of the Moscow suburb. The audiovisual installation includes modern Belyaevo images taken by the photographer Max Avdeyev, and the interior of Dmitry Prigov’s apartment reconstituted in one of the halls.

      The exhibition runs till June 15.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Contemporary Art Exhibitions in Moscow Dmitry Prigov  

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