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Clarity of Aim Exhibition in Museum of Moscow
28.01.2015 17:20
Clarity of Aim Exhibition in Museum of Moscow

The Museum of Moscow presents the exhibition Clarity of Aim dedicated to architectural monuments of the mid 20th century.

      Mikhail Rozanov, the author of the photo project, subjects really cult and landmark Soviet constructions to art analysis, showing them as carriers of the ideal architectural image of the USSR.

      The exposition hinges on the buildings of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, M.V. Frunze Military Academy and VDNKh (All-Union Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy). The choice of objects was based on the artist’s wish to focus on the inherent might and power of conviction of the Soviet myth coinage and its implementation in architecture.

      The exhibition runs till March 01.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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