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The Three-Dimensional Avant-Garde: Goncharova and Malevich

The Three-Dimensional Avant-Garde: Goncharova and Malevich
Date:05 June 2018 - 30 December 2018
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-06-05 2018-12-30 Europe/Moscow The Three-Dimensional Avant-Garde: Goncharova and Malevich The Tretyakov Gallery hosts an unusual VR exhibition that will be open until late 2018. See with your own eyes the workshops of two celebrated avant-garde painters, Natalia Goncharova and Kazimir Malevich. Moscow - info@moscovery.com

Place: Tretyakov Gallery
Address: Moscow, Krimsky Val street, 10
Ticket Price: From 250 rubles

The Tretyakov Gallery hosts an unusual VR exhibition that will be open until late 2018. See with your own eyes the workshops of two celebrated avant-garde painters, Natalia Goncharova and Kazimir Malevich. Through high technology, go on a tour around their workshops, travel back to the past and explore the environment in which two great artists created their masterpieces. If you are an art lover, sign up for an educational master class where you will be taught to paint your own still life!

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