The Moscow Times invites to “How Do You Do… Moscow?” Exhibition

The Moscow Times newspaper invites to “How Do You Do… Moscow?” exhibition which is being held in the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art from August 21nd to September 20th.

“How Do You Do… Moscow?” is a photographic and journalistic investigation of Moscow seen by foreigners’ eyes. Its authors Charlotte Cova-Coquillaud (France), Iben Muriel (Denmark), Liz Anderson (Australia) and Manuela Ruedi (Germany) investigate how other foreigners, people of different social, professional and geographical position, perceive their life in the Russian capital.

In the framework of the exhibition, The Moscow Times organizes special sale of Russia for Beginners book in kiosks in Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art (17 Ermolayevsky pereulok and 25 Petrovka), as well as at the gala opening of the exhibition and press conference on September 3rd.

During the exhibition The Moscow Times and the museum publish interesting quotes from the book and investigations on web pages of their communities at LiveJournal (at community.livejournal.com/foreignerrussia and at mmoma.livejournal.com) and invite all users to leave comments.

In addition, during the exhibition The Moscow Times and International Herald Tribune organize a special subscription campaign.