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    Russian Sculptures Intrigue The Hague

    10 June 2013


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    Russian Sculptures Intrigue The Hague

    One of the biggest exhibitions of Russian Sculptures outside of Russia is currently drawing inquisitive crowds to the Lange Voorhout in The Hague and the Museum Beelden aan Zee in Scheveningen. The exhibition comprises work from the tumultuous period following the Cold War and reflects the political and economic changes that took place. It's on till the end of summer, so you have plenty of time to view it. I spoke to the Head Collections at Publications at the Museum Beelden aan Zee, Dick van Broekhuizen ...

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