On May 22, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art will open an exhibition celebrating the 80th anniversary of the canonical Russian writer Ludmilla Petrushevskaya. Being more than a biographical project about a person’s life, the exhibition paints a picture of a whole generation delineating recognizable features and aesthetic codes of the Soviet time. The exhibition will evoke the atmosphere of Petrushevskaya’s oeuvres, in particular in one of the halls the writer’s apartment in which she once lived, worked and welcomed some of the most prominent artists of her time will be recreated.

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