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Photo Exhibition on Olympic Games 2014 Kicks off in Moscow
28.05.2014 10:21
Photo Exhibition on Olympic Games 2014 Kicks off in Moscow

GUM department store in the Red Square will hold an exhibition dedicated to the 21st Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.

      The exposition focuses on two major aspects: the triumph of Russia and emotion from Sochi, as well as perfection of the athletic body.

      The visitors will see photos by the world famous classic of sports photography Bob Martin from Great Britain and the well-known Russian fashion photographer Natalya Arefyeva.

      The exhibition will be arranged in an unusual way: the central part of the exposition will be located on inner and outer parts of four futuristic elements making the emblematic Audi rings. A sports Audi SQ5 car of bright red color, a novelty of 2014, is expected to add the victorious mood to the exposition it will supplement.

      The exhibition runs from June 1 to June 30.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Olympic Games 2014 GUM Department Store  

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