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Exhibition "The Looking Glass of Time" in Moscow
18.01.2019 17:19

The Struisky Manor is holding an exhibition that takes visitors on a journey in time and plunges them into a bygone era.

      Thanks to the combination of modern multimedia technologies and the unsurpassed art of creating dolls, a magical world will unfold for you at the exhibition The Looking Glass of Time.

      You will find out what distant countries looked like in the minds’ eye of our ancestors in the TV and Internet free eras, what distinguished the style of girls from the times of Ivan Turgenev, and how boudoir dolls and many other things were created. 

      Particular attention is attracted by the ambitious project “Russian Seasons. Vivat, Diaghilev!”, which can be called the highlight of the exhibition.

      No less interesting are old art dolls from private collections and the Beatrice doll, which has a striking resemblance to a living person.

      Where: the Struisky Manor at the address 21/2, Tokmakov Lane, next to Baumanskaya metro station, Moscow. 

      When: from January 2, 2019, to February 28, 2019.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Art Exhibitions Multimedia Multimedia Art Museum  

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