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Exhibition "Mirrors and Through the Looking Glass"
11.11.2020 19:47
Exhibition

The Museum of St. Petersburg Art of the XX-XXI centuries has collected works by one hundred thirty Russian and foreign artists. From November 10, the exposition will take the entire museum area as well as its yard.

      The project "Mirrors and Through the Looking Glass" comprehends the image of a mirror in art. Visitors are invited to see a retrospective of recognized Russian artists (Andrey Goncharov, Yuri Vasnetsov, Alexander Vedernikov, Mikhail Demidov) and very fresh things.

      The exhibition will feature works by artists from Italy, France, Czech Republic, Spain, Greece, Israel, and the USA. Here you will find not only a variety of styles and a retrospective look, but also an unexpected configuration of the museum space - again due to the mirrors.

      Where: Museum of St. Petersburg Art of the XX-XXI Centuries at the address 103, Griboyedov Canal Embankment, Saint Petersburg.

      When: from November 10, 2020, to January 31, 2021




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Saint Petersburg Modern Art Events in Saint Petersburg   

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