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German-Russian Exhibition in Khabarovsk
5.10.2015 11:54
German-Russian Exhibition in Khabarovsk

Grodekov Museum is hosting the exhibition Here and There: 18 Portraits from the East and the West.

      The project in Khabarovsk is dedicated to the festival Days of German-Russian Culture.

      The festival is held for the 18th time already. The exposition presents 36 portraits of our contemporaries from various areas of society in Germany and Russia. Thomas Lear (Berlin, photography), Barbara Chenian (Stuttgart, graphic art), Wanda Hummel (Berlin, text) from Germany and  Valery Spidlen (Khabarovsk, photography), Bronislav Tamulevich (Khabarovsk, graphic art), and Sofia Yepifanova (Khabarovsk, text) from Russia participate in the exhibition.

      Natalya Yakutina, the Culture Minister of  the Khabarovsk Territory became one of the first visitors of the exposition. The exhibition runs till November 30. It serves to improve mutual understanding between the peoples of Germany and Russia.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Khabarovsk     

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