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Art Exhibition "On Paper from Paper"
5.11.2020 18:54
Art Exhibition

From October 29, 2020, Gallery A3, Moscow, is holding an exhibition project of artists Vladimir and Maya Opara. Visitors will see drawings on paper from the collection of Vladimir and Maya Opara, as well as their own artworks.

      Vladimir and Maya Opara began to collect art gifts from their friends in 1990 Later they donated more than twenty works from this collection to Gallery A3 fund, and a few of them to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. In the autumn of 2020, drawings on paper from the collection of Maya and Vladimir Opara will be presented at the exhibition “On Paper from Paper” in Gallery A3. The collection includes more than three hundred works by 45 artists from Russia, Cuba, New Zealand, Germany, USA, Netherlands,Georgia.

      When: October 30, 2020 — November 29, 2020

      Open hours: 11 am to 8 pm on Tue-Sun

      Where: Gallery A3 at address: 39, Starokonyushenny Lane, next to metro Kropotkinskaya, Arbatskaya,and Smolenskaya, Moscow.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Art Art Exhibitions Russian Artists  

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