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Fairy Tales of Chukotka Shown in Moscow
15.03.2015 20:14
Fairy Tales of Chukotka Shown in Moscow

All-Russian Museum of Folk Arts and Crafts will hold the bone carving art exhibition Fairy Tales of Chukotka.

      The project is dedicated to the unique phenomenon in art of the northern peoples – the art of bone carving, which blends ancient folklore traditions with the indigenous pictorial culture.

      Visitors will see thirty walrus tusks carved in the 1940s -1980s. The exposition will be accompanied with texts of ancient fairy tales and photos of separate carved scenes.

      The exhibition will be held from March 17 till May 10.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Arts and Crafts Bone Carving Exhibitions in Moscow Chukotka  

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