Zurab Tsereteli Studio Museum is located in the part of Moscow, which is historically related to Georgia where the painter was born. In the 18th century, the Georgian Sloboda (settlement) was founded in the area. The museum's exhibition tells about deep connections of the artist's work with the ancient and modern art of Georgia, as well as with the European art of the 20th century. The visitors will view multiple works performed by Zurab Tsereteli in various techniques. The tour includes visiting Sculpture Park, which reveals his multi-faceted personality and his love of life.
The tour is led by the MMOMA's guides Yelena Golovina and Yekaterina Rybakova.
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The museum's collection presents the main stages of development of the avant-garde. The largest part of the collection consists of works by Russian authors, but the exposition also contains works by foreign artists. The core of the museum's collection consists of the work of the Russian avant-garde classics of the early 20th century.
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