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Russian Avant-Garde of 21st Century Exhibited in Moscow
9.05.2016 15:51
Russian Avant-Garde of 21st Century  Exhibited in Moscow

Moscow GUM is hosting the exhibition Russian Avant-Garde. 21st Century as part of the art festival Cherry Forest.

      The well-known central fountain of the Moscow major department store has been turned into a 3D suprematist design installation, which the exposition space hinges on.

      The exhibition presents reproductions of paintings by world famous Russian avant-garde artists, including Kazimir Malevich, a unique collection of Soviet agitation-and-propaganda porcelain, as well as posters by Ivan Chervinko and non-figurative art by Olga Rozanova and Ivan Klyun. The biggest part of the  exposition is given to El Lissitsky's creativity.

      Constructivism as part and parcel of avant-garde is presented at the exhibition with works by Lyubov Popova, Alexandra Exter and Varvara Stepanova. The exhibition runs till May 30.



Author: Vera Ivanova

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