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8th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art in the New Tretyakov Gallery
15.01.2020 21:06
8th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art in the New Tretyakov Gallery

The 8th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art is running in the West wing of the New Tretyakov Gallery.

      Visitors will see more than fifty works by three dozen modern artists from eleven countries. The main partner of the Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art is the Albertina Museum in Vienna, Austria. Masterpieces by eleven artists of the 20th century were provided from the museum to the exhibition. Among them are the artworks by G. Richter, G. Nitch, S. Balkenhol, G. Baselitz and others.

      Twelve participants from Russia prepared special art projects for this event. The exhibition has a lot of interesting works by artists from China, America, Azerbaijan, and European countries such as Germany, Italy, France and Holland.

      Where: New Tretyakov Gallery at the address 10, Krymsky Val Street, next to metro station Oktyabrskaya and Park Kultury, Moscow.

      When: October 31, 2019, to January 22, 2020.

Author: Vera Ivanova


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