‘Abstraction without borders’ from David Ru and Inna Matinyan: how contemporary art is created

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On 22 June, in the Gallery of Contemporary Art there was opened the first international festival of 'Abstraction without borders' with the participation of 26 artists from 16 countries (Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Japan, Israel, the USA, Canada etc.) who will present about 100 works of art.

The first event of the festival was the audiovisual performance of the artists David Ru and Irina Matinyan and a composer-electroacoustic Nikolay Popov.

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