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Ode to Food Exhibition
5.12.2014 15:38
Ode to Food Exhibition

The new exhibition of the PRONE Gallery sees food of the 20th and 21st centuries as a source of art inspiration.

      The exhibition presents more than 60 works from a number of museums and private collections.

      Food was the favourite subject of the Soviet infographics found in posters, brochures and, certainly, illustrations of cook books. The first edition of the book On Tasty and Healthy Food with Stalin's quotes and remarks by Anastas Mikoyan was published in 1939 and became the first big cookbook in the USSR.

      The exhibition will run till February 15, 2015.


Sources: http://www.winzavod.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Graphic Art Objects  

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