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"People over People" - Virtual Tour of the ENEA Roofs
10.05.2020 16:51

The ENEA, the main exhibition centre of Russia, has launched a special online project dedicated to the International Day of Monuments and Historical Sites. 

       The curator of the ENEA Museum, Pavel Nefedov, has authored a unique route that brings you close to the statues installed on the roofs of the magnificent pavilions of the ENEA.

      The project is available on the website

      As long as the hard epidemiological situation persists, ENEA welcomes you to visit the exhibition online. The project “People over People” provides an opportunity to have a look at the sculptures from a new perspective that has never been accessible to general public before.

      Now the project has access to the history of sculptural groups at six pavilions: No. 1 “Central”, No. 18 “Republic of Belarus”, No. 51 “Meat Industry”, No. 58 “Agriculture” (formerly the Ukrainian SSR Pavilion), No. 59 “Grain” (formerly the Moscow Region Pavilion) and No. 71 “Atomic Energy” (formerly the RSFSR Pavilion).

      Thanks to the project, viewers will see both rare historical pictures from the ENEA archival funds and modern photographs taken from the roofs and with the help of a quadrocopter.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: ENEA Online Events during Quarantine Online Exhibitions   

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