Harper’s Bazaar invites its readers to an exhibition of the publication’s most iconic covers from its 150-year history. The exhibition is on show along Nikitsky Bulvar from November 16 to 30.
In honor of its anniversary, Harper’s Bazaar has picked archival covers from the late 19th and early 20th centuries created by outstanding artists such as Erte, Leon Bakst, Cassandre, Jean Cocteau, and Alexey Brodovich, whose work has entered the annals of both the magazine’s history and art history.
The exhibition is organized with the support of the Moscow Department of Culture. The Modny Sezon trade gallery serves as general partner to the exhibition.
Admission is free.