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Triangle Displayed in Winzavod
27.02.2015 16:09
Triangle Displayed in Winzavod

WINZAVOD Centre for Contemporary Art has opened the new gallery Triangle.

      The gallery’s first project will be a group exhibition under the same name Triangle. The formal sign of a triangle present in every work unites representatives of different generations and art trends, which are often confronting to each other.

      Some are ready to research the mystical and metaphysical meaning inherent in this geometrical figure, whereas some concentrate on its optical side and others see it as erotic primarily.

      The exhibition runs till March 22.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Winzavod Exhibitions in Moscow Sculpture  

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