In the Central House of Artists opened the traditional autumn Russian Antique Salon.
As you can see, the Oriental theme is actively represented at this salon. What is not accidental - the traditional special project of this year is inscribed in the line of the cross year of culture of Russia and Japan.
As a result, we received the exhibition "Netsuke after three centuries." These are two and a half hundred works, dating from the period from the XVII to the XXI century. Moreover, the exposition was made entirely in the museum - with a detailed story about the functional purpose, materials, subjects, and style of these miniature works.
The art of the east is also addressed at the stands by many salon participants.
As for the rest, as usual, everything is mixed up here - the old masters, the avant-garde, and the social realism, and just all sorts of decorative and applied arts.
Also, according to tradition, the transfer of exhibits from collectors to museums took place. This time, lucky Museum of Moscow.
Well, it is impossible not to note one more circumstance. This autumn-winter season for the Central House of Artists is the last. Next, the building will be rebuilt, and after it the Central House of Artists will not be in its former place - all the squares will go to the Tretyakov Gallery. So those who wish to ponostalgate should have time to visit the CHA in the near future.
Russian Antique Salon will last until October 28 inclusive.