MOSCOW, Russian Federation
- Oct. 12, 2018
-- If you are going to Moscow, but you have not yet planned what places you want to visit, we recommend you to pay attention to these three exhibitions:
"French perfumers in Moscow in the late XIX - early XX centuries" in the Museum-Estate "Lyublino", "Icons from the Era of Nicholas II" in the Andrei Rublev Museum of Ancient Russian Art and "On bird rights / Para-site Project" in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.
In the luxury Lyublino Estate with a permanent exhibition, a new original and fabulously beautiful exposition was opened. Lovers of perfumes, as well as the original packaging, can enjoy elegant works of the perfume industry of the late XIX – early XX centuries. This period in Russian perfumery was called the "Golden Age". Here you will see unique labels, original packaging and advertising of such brands as A. Ralle and Co, Brocard and Co, A. Siu and Co, as well as a collection of glass, porcelain and enamel bottles.
Painting, antiquities and icons lovers should visit the Andrei Rublev Museum. The exhibition "Icons from the Era of Nicholas II" has opened here. The visitor will be able to enjoy the works of such icon painters as V. Guryanov, I. Chirikov, M. Dikarev, as well as works of St. Seraphim of Sarov, St. John of Tobolsk and St. Joasaph of Belgorod. The jewelry works of C. Fabergé, I. Khlebnikov and O. Korlyukov hold a special place in this exhibition. The unique exhibit "Tsarevich Constellation Egg" (the last Easter egg designed by Carl Fabergé, which was created especially for the tsar's family in 1917) is displayed for public viewing.
The extraordinary exhibition "On bird rights / Para-site Project" will be displayed in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. It is the first in Russia site-specific installation by Japanese modern artist Tadaci Kawamata, a professor at the National School of Fine Arts (Paris). His works were displayed at world famous exhibitions, so if you have previously had no time to look at his extraordinary works, it's high time to visit the exhibition in Moscow.
Read about the most recent events, as well as about places where interesting exhibitions and bright events are held on the site https://www.moscovery.com/
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