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Repatriation Exhibition of Igor Vulokh
4.03.2015 16:01
Repatriation Exhibition of Igor Vulokh

Ekaterina Cultural Fundhas opened Igor Vulokh’s exhibition Repatriation.

      The concept of the Repatriation exhibition is associated with a complicated period in the artist’s life, as well as a hard and contradictory period in political and cultural life of Russia, the early 1990s.

      Igor Vulokh (1938-2012), a nonconformist of the 1960s, is one of the abstraction classics in the Russian art. Till the end of his life Igor Vulokh went on creating new works and taking part in exhibitions.

      The exhibition will take place till April 19.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow Igor Vulokh   

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