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Dedication to Classics. 20th Century Sculpture
10.03.2015 12:26
Dedication to Classics. 20th Century Sculpture

Tretyakov Gallery in Krymsky Val presents the exhibition Dedication to Classics. 20th Century Sculpture.

      The sculptural works displayed at this exhibition were made in the last century. They are united by their authors’ attempt to reconsider heritage of the antique masters.

      The sculpture exposition is provided from the funds of the Tretyakov Gallery. Some of the works have undergone long restoration process and others have never been displayed yet.

      The exhibition runs till September 27. Monday is a day off.

       


Sources: http://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sculpture Exhibitions in Moscow Sculpture Exhibitions   

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