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Modern Art of China from the DSL Collection is Now in Moscow
30.10.2014 11:58
Modern Art of China from the DSL Collection is Now in Moscow

The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center opens the exhibition Estranged Paradise. Modern Art of China from the DSL Collection.

      The exhibition includes works by remarkable artists, such as Ai Weiwei, Tsao Fay, Liu Jianhua, Liu Wei, Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, Yang Fudong, Yang Jiechang and Zhang Huan. The DSL Collection founded by Dominique & Sylvain Levy is one of the largest European collections of modern Chinese art.

      Paintings, sculptures, photos, video art and installations from the DSL Collection will be for the first time displayed in Russia.

      The exhibition runs from October 29 till January 11, 2015.


Sources: http://www.afisha.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Video Exhibitions in Moscow Installations Sculpture  

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