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Aluminum Exhibition of Nikos Floros in Moscow
5.03.2017 10:08
Aluminum Exhibition of Nikos Floros in Moscow

Exhibition of modern Greek artist and sculptor Nikos Floros is held at the Grand Palace of the Tsaritsyno museum reserve.

      The project can be timed to three events in Russia at once: the Year of Greek Culture in Russia, the centenary of the Russian Revolution and the Ecology Year.

      The exposition dedicated to the family of the last Russian emperor officially closes the Russian-Greek Bilateral Year of Culture.

      Nikos Floros has tackled upon one of the most tragic chapters of Russia's past - the end of the family of Nicholas II. It is not only the Romanovs' stoic meeting of their death, but also canonization of the royal family, that is important for Nikos Floros. The artist has strived to emphasize the religious community of the two peoples.

      In his works, Nikos Floros uses fragments of aluminum soda cans, by installing "aluminum pixels" into mosaics of his pictures and sculptures.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Nicholas II Romanovs Dynasty Tsaritsyno Museum Reserve Art Exhibitions  

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