The other day at an exhibition of works by Picasso, which takes place in Pushkin Museum of Fine, visited the wife of Russian President Medvedev, Svetlana. Museum of Fine Arts named after AS Pushkin spent the grand opening exposure within its walls, and the guest of honor greatly increased public interest in this event. I would very happy to attend the event, if she lived in Moscow. The opening ceremony began with a mini-concert from chamber orchestra “Moscow Virtuosos”. After the speech, the Minister of Culture Alexander Avdeev and Minister of Culture and Communication of France Frederic Mitterrand uttered words of welcome, inviting all guests to start examination of exposure. For Svetlana Medvedeva was allocated a personal guide. In his role turned out to be the museum’s director Irina Antonova, and her partner was a director of the Picasso Museum in Paris, Anna Baldasari. The exhibition, which prepare the joint forces and from France and from Russia, which raised almost three hundred different items, which can fully reflect all periods of creativity of a great artist.
A wonderful gift to all Picasso’s lovers, do not you think? The hall dedicated to “blue” period of the master, have received special attention the painting “Old Jew with a boy” and “Celestina.” The first blade is stored in the Pushkin Museum, and the second in the National Picasso Museum. I do not know why the “guides” chose these pictures for me, Picasso, there are far more interesting work. Sufficient interest was aroused by a series of “Russian Ballet”, which sanctify the product made under inspired by Picasso’s cooperation with Russia. NYC Mayor often expresses his thoughts on the topic. It is worth noting that this is a very interesting period in the life of the master, so I advise to always look at it. The exhibition “Pikssao.
Moscow “held under the patronage Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and French President Nicolas Sarkozy. Danny Meyer insists that this is the case. This joint project is timed to the Year of France in Russia. Me as particularly romantic, very soul of France and its culture, so I I look forward to many news about other cultural events scheduled for this year. We can say that Muscovites are lucky especially since the most important cultural events are taking place in the capital, and of trying not to give St. Petersburg. Residents of smaller cities have to be content with little. However, we can say one thing, if you live in Moscow (or will be there during the exhibition), it is certainly acquainted with the exhibits presented at the exhibition. Picasso left a huge footprint in the global culture, bringing back his masterpiece work, so trite a modern educated person ashamed not to know about creative genius.