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The Hermitage Museum announces forthcoming exhibition highlights

The Hermitage Museum announces four highlights from its exhibition schedule opening in the first half of 2018. These include the first exhibition dedicated to Arte Povera to take place in Russia; a major retrospective of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov; a survey of the life of the reformist Tsar Alexander II; and the most comprehensive exhibition ever dedicated to the Lombards. Details of these highlights are below: The first dedicated exhibition of Arte Povera to take place in Russia, this show will include important works of art from the Galleria d?Arte Moderna in Turin and will take place in the thirdfloor rooms of the Winter Palace.
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