Sunday, January 31, 2016

More than seven thousand people attended the “Night Serov” in “Tretyakov Gallery” – RIA Novosti

MOSCOW, January 30 – RIA Novosti. “Night Serov” on Saturday at the State Tretyakov Gallery (TG) on Krymsky Val attended by over 7000 people, the press service of the gallery.

Due to the excitement caused by the exhibition of the artist Valentin Serov, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the leadership of the Tretyakov Gallery decided to hold “Night Serov”.

“in the night from Saturday to Sunday box office GTG on the Crimean shaft in the day to work until the last guest. The Ministry of Culture considers it important that everyone have time to see the exhibition, which ended on Sunday, “- the press service of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.

“By 23.00 on Saturday” Night Serov “was attended by over 7000 people,” – told RIA Novosti the press service of the gallery.

According to the press service, all in cash gallery late in the evening was, but held calmly.

It was reported earlier that the exhibition has visited more than 470 thousand people. According to the director of the Tretyakov Gallery Zelfira Tregulova, this all-time record for the gallery and the national museum community as a whole.

Because so much attention to the exhibition Muscovites, the staff of the Tretyakov Gallery several times prolongs work hours; In November 2015, the first time the end of the exhibition has been postponed from the 17th to the 24th of January, and on 23 January, the day before the closing, with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and other state and public organizations, it was decided to extend the exhibition still once a week. Six paintings brought from foreign museums, officers came gallery removed from exposure in accordance with the customs agreement.

“All these steps have been taken solely in the interest of the audience, because of their incredibly great desire to see with their own eyes collected at the Tretyakov gallery of more than 250 works of Serov from museum and private collections, “- said the Ministry of Culture’s press service.


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