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MONSTERIO - Exhibition of Moving Sculptures in Moscow
30.08.2019 16:01
MONSTERIO - Exhibition of Moving Sculptures in Moscow

An unusual and even mystical exhibition runs at the Yermolova House-Museum, a branch of the Bakhrushin Museum from August 3 to September 8, 2019.

      The sculpture exhibition
MONSTERIO
 presents works by the outstanding artist Oleg Abazov. The author of a new trend in monumental art, Art Mysticism, he weaves unusual creative ideas into a standard interior. The master embodies fantasy and demonic images in a mechanized form, so that the sculptures move and talk.

      The collection contains 28 exhibits created by the sculptor in different years of his art career. Visitors will see both dynamic works: The Wheel of the Revolution, Kolobkiada, Yukio Mishima, and classical ones. Among the latter there is a copy of the sculptural portrait of the famous choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky.


      Where: Yermolova House Museum, a branch of the Bakhrushin Museum at the address 11, Tverskoy Blvd., next to metro stations Tverskaya, Pushkinskaya, and Chekhovskaya, Moscow. 

      
Ballet Recital “Vaslav Nijinsky. The God of Dance” in Moscow




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Art Exhibitions Sculpture Bakhrushin Theatre Museum  

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