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Venice Gifts to Sergei Parajanov
9.03.2015 14:16
Venice Gifts to Sergei Parajanov

A.V. Shchusev State Museum of Architecture holds Tatyana Danilyants’ exhibition project Venice Gifts to Sergei Parajanov.

      Sergei Parajanov would have turned 90 in 2014. The film director, artist and poet Tatiana Danilyants lives in both Moscow and Venice. Her multimedia project researches artistic and documentary links connecting Sergei Parajanov and Venice.

      The project will go on tour to St. Petersburg, and then to Venice. It will finally be brought to Tbilisi, the hometown of Sergei Parajanov.

      The exhibition runs till April 5.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Multimedia Installations Exhibitions in Moscow  

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