Harper’s Bazaar magazine will serve as media partner to an exhibition of selected works of contemporary French art titled “A Meeting of Two Worlds: from the Renault Art Collection.” The Renault company is holding the event in cooperation with the Moscow administration as part of Russia – France Year.
The exhibition will present 130 works of contemporary French art including photographs by Robert Doisneau and works by artists Arman, Jean Dubuffet, Jean Tinguely, Arrow and Robert Rauschenberg. The main objective of the Renault Art organizers is to acquaint the Russian audience with a significant part of the Renault collection that has earned wide recognition from Western connoisseurs. Renowned art critic and writer Ann Indra will serve as the curator of the Moscow exhibition, and is also the permanent custodian of the entire Renault collection.
As media partner, the Harper’s Bazaar logo will be placed on all official Renault Art press materials.
The exhibition of contemporary works from the Renault Art collection will be held at the New Manege from November 11 to 26.