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Exhibition of Nonconformist Artists Held in Moscow
4.09.2014 11:52
Exhibition of Nonconformist Artists Held in Moscow

Russian State University for the Humanities holds an exhibition of nonconformist artists in the framework of the Festival of Modern Art Collections.

      The exposition consists of over 150 works by nonconformist artists and modern works from the collection of the surgeon Mikhail Alshibay.

      Mikhail Alshibay has been collecting art since 1986. His collection hinges on nonconformist art; however he pays a lot of attention to the modern art process as well. Today his collection includes about 6000 works, from painting and sculpture to installations and videoart, and covers over 500 nonconformist artists.

      The exhibition runs till December 31.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Sculpture Graphic Art  

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