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Exhibition of El Lisitsky in Moscow
12.01.2018 16:17
Exhibition of El Lisitsky in Moscow

 El (Lazar) Lisitsky was a bright figure of the Russian and Jewish avant-garde art, one of the artists, thanks to whom Suprematism penetrated into architecture.

The Tretyakov Gallery in the Crimean Val and the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre are simultaneously hosting exhibitions of art works by El Lisitsky. They are displaying numerous facets of his creative heritage. In the Tretyakov Gallery you can see the famous prouns, architectural projects, sketches for exhibition designs, paintings and graphic art works. 

The Jewish Museum displays book illustrations, posters, and photographs. Visitors will see El Lisitsky as a graphic artist, painter, architect, designer, typographer and photographer.

The exhibitions run from 15 November 2017 to 18 February, 2018.

The Tretyakov Gallery in Krymsky Val is located at the address 10, Krymsky Val, next to Oktyabrskaya and Park Kultury metro stations.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: El Lisitsky Russian Artists Avant-garde Art Exhibitions in Moscow  

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