Russian Art Museum takes a look at Belarus and influential graphic designer in new exhibitions – Twin Cities


The Museum of Russian Art opened two new exhibitions this weekend – a first exhibition of paintings from Belarus and works by an influential graphic designer.

An exhibition of paintings from Belarus includes “Evening in Key Major, Vitebsk” by Anatoly Izoitko, 2007.

“Belarusian paintings: from traditionalism to contemporary expression” will be on display in the Mezzanine gallery until September 12. this Eastern European country. The first works in the exhibition date from the 1980s, while the most recent works date from the last decade.

“Alexey Brodovitch: Designer of the Avant-Garde” will be in the main gallery until October 24th. Brodovich was “one of the most influential graphic designers of the 20th century, who opened new horizons in American magazine and advertising design with his embrace the new European modernist aesthetic. The artist left Soviet Russia during the Civil War. Russian and began his career as a designer in Paris, he moved to the United States in 1930 and was artistic director of Harper’s Bazaar from 1934 to 1958.

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