More avant-garde: the exhibition of Aristarkh Lentulov extended
14 February 2020
Due to the great interest of visitors to the exhibition of one of the key Russian avant-garde artists, the exhibition was extended until February 24.
The pivot of the exposition in Underground Museum is three paintings: “Greek. Fresco sketch” (1910), “Portrait of Maria Petrovna Lentulova in a blue dress” (1913) and “Portrait of Maria Petrovna Lentulova with a birch in the background” (1914–1915). Aristarkh Lentulov created them during his active work in the largest association of avant-garde artists of the early 20th century “Jack of Diamonds”. The paintings are supplemented by archival materials telling about his life and work.
The exhibition opened on February 5 and became the second within the framework of the project #three_, which consists of short alternating expositions. The first exhibition was dedicated to Alexander Vinogradov and Vladimir Dubossarsky, the brightest and most successful artistic duet of the 2000s.