Exhibition of brooches 1910-1970 by the House of High Jewelry Art Van Cleef & Arpels.
The exhibition, which will take place both in the museum halls and on a virtual platform, will feature works that truly convey the attitude to…
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26.02.2020 Lecture: Oleksandra Ekster and the avant-garde art scene
Oleksandra Ekster is famous as an avant-garde painter, scenography reformer, girlfriend of Fernand Leger and Guillaume Apolliner, but few know that she was the first architect to design our museum exhibit and actively participated in the preparation of the first Applied Art Exhibition (which opened February 19, 1906).
She loved the exterior of Ukrainian folk art throughout her life, and even in emigration, in her home in the suburbs of Fontaine-o-Roz, everything was made with Ukrainian ceramics. Famous actress Alice Coonen (wife of theater director Alexander Tairov) wrote in her memoirs: "In her house, as well as in herself, an interesting combination of European culture and Ukrainian way of life was striking."
Learn more about the artist and her versatile work at the Lecture: "Alexandra Exter and the avant-garde art scene" by Lidia Apollonova, Senior Researcher at the XX-XXI Art Department. NAMU
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