New Exhibit Puts Spotlight on Estonia's Russian Artists ({{commentsTotal}})


Tallinn's Russian Museum has opened an exhibit featuring works by ethnic Russian artists living in Estonia.

Titled “Modern Russian Art in Estonia,” the exhibit shows works by painters, graphic artists and sculptors, Tallinn's press service said in a release on Wednesday.

The show also marks the 15th anniversary of a union of Russian artists in Estonia. A total of 65 works by the union's 15 members make up the exhibit. 

Art lovers have until October 20, incidentally the date of local elections, the view the art at the museum.

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