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Fox Turnskin Displayed in Oriental Arts Museum
2.06.2015 09:19
Fox Turnskin Displayed in Oriental Arts Museum

On June 5 the Oriental Arts Museum in Moscow will hold an exhibition of Victor Pivovarov, a classic of Moscow Conceptualism.


      Victor Pivovarov, Eric Bulatov, and Dmitry Prigov are three pillars that hold the Soviet conceptualism. Victor Pivovarov is also known by his illustrations to children’s books by Hans Chistian Andersen, Chukovsky and Sapgir.


      The new exhibition Foxes and Holidays is dedicated to the fox image in religious and mythological tradition of the countries of the East. The artist is particularly interested in the character of fox turnskin that is able to turn from an animal into a charming girl, who brings misfortunes to anyone she faces. In fact, the entire project is a whimsical game mystification.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Conceptualism Avant-Garde Victor Pivovarov  

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