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Monday, March 19, 2018

In the Tretyakov gallery told about the place on Aivazovsky

The head of the Tretyakov gallery Zelfira Tregulova, gave a press conference in anticipation of the July 29 opening of the exhibition of paintings by Ivan Aivazovsky and a potential influx of spectators.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

In the gallery, said Tregulova “Interfax”, intend to take special measures to prevent a repeat of the situation last winter to become a meme “turn on Serov” in which visitors view the artworks were forced to stand for several hours, and once even broke open the door to the Museum, tired of waiting.

Read about how to prepare for the exhibition in the Tretyakov gallery.

According to the leader of the gallery, this time for the first time opens the online sale of tickets to the exhibition prior to its actual opening, and they will be sold for private sessions in half-hour increments.

However, the caveat Tregulova, if visitors want to stay in the gallery over “the usual one and a half hours”, they won’t be disturbed, since the exposure will be very large.

Read what is written in the book of visitors “queue at Serova.

In addition, those who come to the exhibition by purchasing a ticket online in advance will not need to go to the cashier: it is enough to present a printed or smartphone. Recall that in the “queue Serov” there was no possibility. Now to those who purchased tickets online will organize a separate and fast moving queue.

Exhibition for the 200th anniversary of Aivazovsky will last until November 20, it will feature approximately 200 exhibitors: 120 paintings, 55 drawings, model ships, instruments and navigation instruments.

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