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Zurab Tseretelli's Art Gallery, Moscow

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  • Galleries and museums j in traveled to Moscow and share the world... and there, I drove past several times, I spent the head in the entrance... but that m has cooled because it s was an alignment of plasters any... and then I ended up enter and discover this amazing gallery dedicated to this Georgian artist. Is this because he realized the most hated statue of Moscow (the 1st stone) as are her rigour and that few guides offer the discovery of this gallery... yet of the paintings to monumental and sometimes wacky sculptures through ceramics. c is mesmerizing!
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  • After accidentally visiting the Museum on big Tsereteli, z. Georgian we decided to visit and Zurab Tsereteli art gallery at St. Prechistinka 19. Walked there 2:00. Liked it very much. I advise you to visit. Seen Zurab, he conducted a master class for kids. Such an open and accessible))) looks fine) after the tour ended in finist Café opposite the gallery. Tasty and not very expensive) returned home full and energetic)))
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  • Of course creativity Tsereteli peculiar, bold and unique. Often shocking, but also impressive! In most our visit noticed that exhibits changed, added and moved. Unfortunately not everywhere had labels with names etc. information, and in my case, my guests had to fail. Maybe you can make an inscription still in English, then foreign tourists start coming.
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