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Moscow Authorities Decline Setting Up Surrealistic Monument to Yeltsin
1.04.2008 14:38
Moscow Authorities Decline Setting Up Surrealistic Monument to Yeltsin

Moscow State Duma has rejected the ART4.RU Museums offer to erect a surrealistic monument to the first Russian President Boris Yeltsin on Lubyanka Square; the authorities claim the project to be precipitate and ambiguous.
      
      In September 2007 ART4.RU announced the competition for the project of Boris Yeltsin monument, planned to be set up on Lubyanka Square. The contest was won by young artist Dmitry Kavarga who came up with a radical abstract project of a biomorphic black monster symbolizing destruction and decay, chaos devouring order.
      
      Earlier Boris Yeltsins family had stood out against setting up the monument.
      
      Source: newsru.com
      
      Earlier news: russia-ic.com
      


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