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First exhibition of Siberian artists to open in Berlin

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First exhibition of Siberian artists to open in Berlin


20.09.2021

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An exhibition of Siberian artists will open for the 1st time in Berlin next summer at the 48 Hours of Neukölln festival. Russian artists working in various genres of contemporary art will present open-air art projects, photo exhibitions and performances, TASS reports.

The exhibition in Germany will continue the 48 Hours of Novosibirsk contemporary art festival, organized as part of the Year of Germany in Russia. The festival, which ended last Sunday, was attended by over 200 artists, the program included about 40 events.

According to the curator of the German program of the festival, Nora Zehnder, the exhibition in Berlin is planned for June next year.

At present, it is not known exactly which works will be exhibited. In addition to the exhibition, it is planned to hold performances, installations, and street events.

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