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One Sculpture Exhibition "Versatility Gate " in Moscow
21.08.2018 10:08
One Sculpture Exhibition

The bronze sculpture "Versatility Gate" by Yunus Safardiar from Uzbekistan has been set up near the Federation Tower.

      Several years ago the monument was exhibited in the Royal Park of Great Britain, where it received lots of positive reviews. Afterwards the sculpture decorated one of the highest European skyscrapers.

      The bronze monument depicts a cloud that has descended to the ground. It consists of separate spheres, which make a single entity. This cloud, as it were, takes on the entire surrounding space, reflecting it in various shapes.

      According to the author, "this artwork is designed to show the commonality of different countries’ cultures throughout the world, demonstrate the unity of human values ​​and the importance of harmony in everybody’s life."

Where: the Federation Tower at the address Moscow, 12, Presnenskaya Embankment, next to the metro stations Vystavochnaya, Mezdunarodnaya and Business Center

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Author: Vera Ivanova

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