05 June 2017 / Harper's Bazaar

Harper’s Bazaar Art at MMOMA

Harper’s Bazaar Art magazine is serving as the media partner to the exhibition “Antonio Gaudi: Barcelona” currently on display at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA). The exhibition runs through September 10 at MMOMA, located at 25 Ulitsa Petrovka in Moscow.

The exhibition features more than 150 exhibits, including drawings, plans, furniture, decorative elements and, of course, models of the famous architect’s buildings. Curator Charo Sankhuan divides the exhibition into five sections. The first is an introduction and the other four focus on a number of structures that have become symbols of Barcelona: the College of the Teresians, the Palau and Park Güell, Casa Vicens, and Casa Batlló.

Visitors to the exhibition will also find early 20th-century photographs by Adolf Mas and a film clip from the Spanish Film Archives of the opening of the “Dali and Gaudi” exhibition at Park Güell. The work of contemporary painter Frederic Amat, another great Catalan artist – whose Forja project is inspired by Gaudi’s creations – supplements the MMOMA exhibition.

As media partner, Harper’s Bazaar Art displays its logo in all of the exhibition’s collaterals.

Svetlana Evstigneeva – Harper’s Bazaar marketing director
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