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Women Today - Contemporary Art Exhibition in Barnaul
15.07.2017 19:49
Women Today - Contemporary Art Exhibition in Barnaul

Contemporary painting exhibition Women Today has been opened at a former silver smelter.

       The exposition illustrates the real situation of women in the modern world and how women's freedom and independence attained in practice.

      It presents works by the Paprika art group, the members of which believe that the artist’s primary task is to be the mouthpiece of society and disclose its vices, issues and changes.

According to the official website of the Altai Krai Government, Paprika is a creative union of three friends working in various genres and techniques.

      The exhibition runs from July 14 to July 24.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Art Exhibitions Contemporary Art Barnaul   

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