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Little Cats Exhibition to Run in New Manege
29.12.2014 20:07
Little Cats Exhibition to Run in New Manege

The New Manege is opening a large-scale exhibition on the popular and widely spread image of mass culture – the Cat.

      About 80 modern Russian artists, including the stars Oleg Tselkov and Pavel Pepperstein, as well as recently renowned artists Tatyana Akhmetgaliyeva, Vlad Kulkov, Rostan Tavasiyev and many others will present their own artistic vision of the pop character.

      The project curator is the famous artist Egor Koshelev, who will also provide his paintings.

      Egor Koshelev points out that down to date the modern Russian art has ignored this mass cultural phenomenon – “dominance of cats in our real life”.

      The exhibition will take place in the New Manege at the address 3/3 Georgiyevsky Lane from December 30.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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