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Jacques Lipchitz: A Retrospective, Exhibition

Jacques Lipchitz: A Retrospective, Exhibition
Date:27 November 2018 - 04 March 2019
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-11-27 2019-03-04 Europe/Moscow Jacques Lipchitz: A Retrospective, Exhibition The large-scale exhibition of works by Jacques Lipchitz, one of the masters in the School of Paris, displays over 100 items echoing major events of the 20th century. Moscow, Moscow Museum of Modern Art - info@moscovery.com

Address: Moscow, Petrovka street, 25
Website: mmoma.ru
Ticket Price: From 350 rubles

The large-scale exhibition of works by Jacques Lipchitz, one of the masters in the School of Paris, displays over 100 items echoing major events of the 20th century. The life of this renowned French sculptor went hand in hand with the complex 20th century, meandering through its wars and revolutions. Lipchitz quickly gained in popularity, and most of his works, in line with the principles of Cubism, clearly reveal his attitude towards many historical events. Documentary exhibits are of special interest against the background of the changing dimensions of sculptures and sketches.

 

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