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Russian Art and Craft of Bone Carving Displayed in Moscow
6.10.2015 14:35
Russian Art and Craft of Bone Carving Displayed in Moscow

The All-Russian Folk Arts and Crafts Museum holds the exhibition Travelling the Roads of Time. Bone Carving Art of Russia.

      For the first time the museum presents its unique collection of bone carving art, which embraces works of all known bone carving crafts existing in Russia since the 18th century up to now. The exposition includes over 400 exhibits made of various bone types. The visitors will see a full spectrum of the styles, images and techniques of bone carving created in various regions of Russia over centuries.

      These unique exhibition come from Yakutia, Chukotka, Yamal, Magadan and Eastern Siberia, as well as from contemporary masters in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kislovodsk.

      This large-scale exhibition project crowns the Year of Bone Carving Art in the framework of the museum program Heritage of Russia. Traditions for the Future.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Bone Carving All-Russian Folk Arts and Crafts Museum Art Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow  

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