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28th Russian Antique Salon as a motive to visit Moscow
January 13, 2010 18:07


The 28th Russian Antique Salon opens in the Russian capital on the February, 27, 2010 and will continue till the March, 7, 2010. This regular selling exhibition, taking place twice a year has already become a traditional rendezvous for the antique dealers and classic art enthusiasts from Russia and abroad. As usually, it takes place in the Central House of Artists, Krymsky Val Stret, 10. Instead of the economy crisis, the previous Antique Salon passed and the organizers hope the same happens this time.

The participants of the Salon are always quite different. Antique dealers, associations, galleries, shops and salons, corporate and private collectors, galleries whose collections include antiques and old art pieces, restoration workshops, other organizations and institutions dealing in the area are all welcome to take part in the 28th Antique Salon. The artifacts represented under the Russian Antique Salons are also rather various: painting, sculpture, graphics, and arts and crafts. Almost all the art forms are represented there. The reason for that is maybe the fact that among the antique selling exhibitions in Russia the Russian Antique Salon is the oldest, largest and most respectable one.

The variety and high quality of the artifacts represented under this event draws attention of the visitors: not less than 40 000 visitors of different kind come to Antique Salon every time. It provides wide possibilities for renewing collections, so the Russian elites of different kind certainly come around the event. Visiting Russian Antique Salon is an indispensable attribute of the Moscow high life.

The concern of the Russian Antique Salons is not only carrying out a selling exhibition, but drawing public attention to the Russian heritage as well. Moreover, the Salon tends to concentrate on the Russian material, especially last time. Thematic exhibitions illustrating the latest tends of antique market, round-table discussions, workshops and presentations as part of the Antique Salon are usually organized for this purpose. The thematic art exhibitions, combining the things from the private and museum collections also take place under the Salons. Among the museums taking part in such exhibitions the State Historical Museum (Moscow), Open-air architectural palaces-and-parks museum of Oranienbaum (Lomonosov, near St. Petersburg) and Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin, near St. Petersburg) to be mentioned. For them it is a good possibility to demonstrate the objects from their funds which are not usually exhibited or even not published. The restoration of works of art like an important component of the antique market is not also left unattended.

The program of the current 28th Russian Antique Salon is still being corrected and appears in a few days. The expositions will be opened as usually from 12.00 till 20.00.

Russia-InfoCentre can offer the tourists, coming to visit events like this the Russian visa support online, apartments for rent in Moscow (you can book apartment accommodation in St. Petersburg as well) and comfortable Transfer Service to and from any Moscow airport, railway station and bus station. Our driver can await you in the airport with a sign bearing your name.

Sources:
    antiquesalon.ru

    www.museum.ru

Yulia Buzykina


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