The Heritage gallery opens an exhibition where the paintings by key Italian masters of the art movement of the novecento – Pietro Marussiga, Aquila Funi, Felice Casorati, Mario Tozzi, Cesare Monti – are presented for the first time in comparison with the works of painting, graphics, sculpture, porcelain, design of the same Soviet artists the interwar era
– Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, Vladimir Favorsky, Tatiana Kuperwasser, Vladimir Kovalsky, Nadezhda Lermontova, Alexey Zernov, Maria Lomakina, Vladimir Lebedev, Dmitry Krapivny, and others.
The exhibition also presents works by artists of Russian diaspora, who served as a link between Soviet Russia and Europe, in particular the works of Boris Grigoriev and Leopold Syurvazh. A separate section of the exhibition will make up the Soviet and Italian art publications of this period related to the aesthetics of the novecento. In total, the exhibition will feature more than 70 works.