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Find him in his natural habitat at any big-name art fair—he’ll be sporting an expertly tailored suit and Italian leather shoes that cost more than your monthly rent.
The recently-opened exhibit “Voices of Andre Malraux's Imaginary Museum” at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is being held under the auspices of the 36th International Music Festival “December Nights of Svyatoslav Richter (Traditions, Dialogue, Metamorphoses)”.
Initiated by the President of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Irina Antonova, the exhibition celebrates French writer André Malraux, whom Antonova knew personally.
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This is the most ancient part of Kazan, out of which the modern city grew.
The 200 pieces of art on display present Malraux’s understanding of art history from antiquity to modernism, with some unexpected parallels between artworks, such as the one between the 12th century statue of Madonna and Child and a statue of Buddha dating from the 4th-5th century.
The exhibits were contributed by several Russian museums, including the Pushkin Museum itself as well as a number of international museums, most notably the Louvre, the Prado, the Musée d’Orsay, the Berlin State Museums, the Musée National du Moyen Âge in Paris and the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts.
Soon after, the Tsar ordered the relocation of the city's fortress.
Construction of the Kremlin, which was lead by the architects Matvey Velyaminov and Dey Gubatyi, became a priority.