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Jewish Museum Presents Avant-Garde and Aircraft Exhibition
4.06.2014 12:44
Jewish Museum Presents Avant-Garde and Aircraft Exhibition

The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center will hold the Avant-Garde and Aircraft exhibition.

      The event highlights the dialogue between technology and art.

      The exposition will be divided into three semantic parts – Space, Machine and Hero. The first of them focuses on foreshortenings, speed, movement, and open perspectives in Suprematist paintings, avant-garde graphic art and photography of the 1930s.

      The Machine analyses the process of developing aesthetic vision of the airplane and the aircraft – from architectural projects to journal collages and graphic art.

      The finishing part of the exposition – The Hero – considers the pilot as the key figure of the Soviet pantheon.

      The exposition brings together works by illustrious avant-garde artists, such as Alexander Labas, Alexander Rodchenko, Nikolay Suyetin, Emmanuil Evzerikhin, Lev Hidekel, Alexander and Victor Vesnins, Georgy Krutikov, Vera Yermolaeva, Alexander Tyshler, Vasily Kuptsov, Varvara Stepanova, Alexander Deyneka, Valery Alfeyevsky, and many others.

      The exhibition will take place from June 11 till August 10.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Avant-Garde Art Painting   

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