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"Theatre in Soviet Porcelain" Exhibition in Moscow
6.12.2018 14:59

The Kolomenskoye Museum Estate presents a porcelain exhibition in the Tsar Alexis Palace.


      
Porcelain art of the Soviet epoch is a truly unique cultural phenomenon in the history of Russia.

      
The exhibition presents a huge collection of porcelain artworks from the Tretyakov Gallery, the Kuskovo Museum-Reserve and the collection of the Sov-Art Gallery. They were created by S. Sudbinin, E. Janson-Manizr, V. Mukhina, S. Orlov, I. Slonim, A. Brzezitskoy, S. Velikhova, and many others. 

      
Among the exhibits, there are miniature porcelain sculptures of famous Russian actors in various stage roles and figurines depicting various scenes of theatrical performances (from ballet and opera to fairy tales, fables, and poems by Russian classics).

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Where: Kolomenskoye Museum Estate at the address 39, Yu.V. Andropov Prospect, next to metro stations Kashirskaya and Kolomenskaya, Moscow.

      
When: from October 18, 2018, to January 10, 2019. 

      
Open hours: from 10 am to 6 pm.

      

      
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Author: Vera Ivanova

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