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The Foundation Opens the New Tretyakov & Arzamas Lounge

The New Tretyakov Gallery, which permanent exhibition focuses on the XX century, acquired a unique space for the museum visitor

The New Tretyakov Gallery, which permanent exhibition focuses on the XX century, acquired a unique space for the museum visitor. At the same time the educational website Arzamas.Academy opened an online mission of the chief national museum.

The project constitute a long-term collaboration of the Tretyakov Gallery, Arzamas.Academy and the Foundation. The Lounge is a multimedia library and a design space where visitors can immerse themselves into the world of contemporary art. Books, films and interactive exercises developed by the Arzamas Academy aim to instill people’s interest in culture and transform their experience of a traditional visit to a museum.The Lounge will become a venue for lectures and discussions on art of the 20th century.

Along with the Lounge the online mission of the New Tretyakov Gallery on the Arzamas website was launched. Apart from the documentary series, the online mission of the Tretyakov Gallery offers the first season of the My Vision podcast, dedicated to Mikhail Larionov, Alexander Deineka, Geliy Korzhev and Mikhail Roginsky.

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