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Exhibition of Tatyana Lazarenko and her Students Runs in Moscow
30.10.2014 12:00
Exhibition of Tatyana Lazarenko and her Students Runs in Moscow

Art Play Design Centre holds the Parallels exhibition integrating works by Tatyana Nazarenko and students of her art studio.

      Bringing together various subjects, genre and stylistic parallels at the exhibition is a metaphor of the entire palette of the fathers and sons relations: from mutual love, honoring and delight to disputes and fighting.

      The exhibition is open daily from 12 am till 10 pm, admission is free.

      The exhibition will be held till November 30.


Sources: http://www.artplay.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Painting Art Play   

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