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Breathing of India Exhibition Opened in Moscow
7.09.2014 10:52
Breathing of India Exhibition Opened in Moscow

The Nagornaya Gallery holds the exhibition Breathing of India. Traditional Art of India.

      Visitors will see unique painting, graphic and sculpture works by modern Indian artists.

      The exhibition includes works based on Indian painting traditions of pata-chitra, kalighat-pat, pichvai and madhubani.

      The event provides an extensive cultural program with lectures (both for adults and children), a range of workshops, concerts, and even a real Indian fair.

      The exhibition will be held till September 21.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow India Arts and Crafts Painting  

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