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Exhibition Post 3D at ElectroMuseum in Moscow
19.05.2019 19:35
Exhibition Post 3D at ElectroMuseum in Moscow

3D technology has penetrated into various spheres of human life, including art. ElectroMuseum welcomes you to see how modern artists make use of present day possibilities to create three-dimensional objects and spaces.

      The focus of Electromuseum is the current technological art. The  exhibition 
Post 3D dedicated to 3D art includes abstract and generative 3D videos and installations, digital and material art objects, narrative audiovisual materials, and what not.

      Among the participants there are Natalia Alfutova, Gediminas Daugela, Ekaterina Popovich, Anton Baranov, Alena Lipatova, Alexey Korsi, Yilmaz Sen, Nikita Diakur, Ines Marzat, and others.

When: from April 5, 2019, to June 2, 2019.

      Open hours: from 11 am to 8 pm on Tuesday to Sunday.

      Where: Electromuseum at the address 1, Rostokinskaya Street, next to metro stations Botanical Garden and VDNKh, Moscow.

ElectroMuseum in Moscow



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: ElectroMuseum Exhibitions in Moscow Art Exhibitions 3D Art Digital Art 

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