An exhibit with 250 works of fifteen prominent artists of the 20th century has opened its doors in Ekaterinburg. Entitled Revolution in Art, it will be open until November 18 at the Poklewski-Koziell House museum and exhibit hall.
A representative of the Glavny Prospekt art gallery Anna Vikhoreva said: “This is the first time that original art drawings in such a number and variety are displayed in Ekaterinburg. For instance, visitors will be able to see works of Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky, Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, and Andy Warhol.”
The exhibition includes 96 etchings, such as Marc Chagall’s Self Portrain, Pablo Picasso’s Dove of the Future, Wassily Kandinsky’s Black Accompaniment, Salvador Dali’s Dreams of Pantagruel, and legendary seriographies made by Andy Warhol: Flowers, Marylin and Campbell's Soup Cans. Some engravings are inspired by Gogol’s poem Myortvye Dushi (Dead Souls).