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Wim Delvoye Art Comes to Moscow
11.06.2014 14:36
Wim Delvoye Art Comes to Moscow

Gary Tatintsyan Gallery is going to open an exhibition of the well-known artist Wim Delvoye from Belgium.

      Along with the gallery project Wim Delvoye’s works will be displayed in the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.

      Impeccable skills, engaging most qualified masters and interweaving traditions of folk crafts with perfect industrial technologies in creating his art works is one of the special features of Wim Delvoye’s creative method.

      The exhibition in the Gary Tatintsyan Gallery will run from June 25 to September 30, 2014.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sculpture Folk Arts and Crafts Wim Delvoye Exhibitions in Moscow  

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