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Peter Brueghel. Upside Down World Exhibition in Moscow
7.09.2017 15:36
Peter Brueghel. Upside Down World  Exhibition in Moscow

The Artplay Design Center presents a new project dedicated to the art of Peter Brueghel the Senior. "Animated" paintings by one of the most mysterious artists in the history of world culture are displayed on large screens, so that visitors could see each and every detail of his amazing universe. In order for visitors to better understand the meaning of the paintings, the organizers resort to storytelling: in the multimedia space you can listen to stories about the author's works.


In the front room there are touch tables, which enable art lovers to fathom the symbols of Brueghel and learn about the origin of his unusual characters.


The classical images are accompanied with works by contemporary artists under the impression of the legendary Flemish art.


See details on the official website of the project


When? 6 September 2017 - 31 January 2018


Where? Artplay Design Centre at 10, Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya Street, next to Kurskaya and Chkalovskaya metro stations.


Author: Vera Ivanova


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