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Mikhail Larionov, Exhibition

Mikhail Larionov, Exhibition
Date:12 September 2018 - 20 January 2019
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-09-12 2019-01-20 Europe/Moscow Mikhail Larionov, Exhibition This retrospective exhibition dedicated to Mikhail Larionov, the founder and leader of Russian avant-garde, is divided into 14 parts and provides a wealth of information about his life. Larionov’s works reflect the influence of Cubism, Primitivism and Futurism. Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery on Krymsky Val - info@moscovery.com

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This retrospective exhibition dedicated to Mikhail Larionov, the founder and leader of Russian avant-garde, is divided into 14 parts and provides a wealth of information about his life. Larionov’s works reflect the influence of Cubism, Primitivism and Futurism. A universal and creative master, this outstanding and unconventional painter also worked as a graphic artist, a book illustrator and a theatre stage designer, among other things. This exhibition provides visitors with a deeper insight into his life and work.

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