“Fantastic plastic” exhibition of foreign and Russian designers will open in four cities of Russia 19:13

Aiming to promote the separate collection, recycling and reuse of plastic, the exhibition “Fantastic Plastic” will open in four Russian cities – Free Amur Region (April 1 – May 3), Krasnoyarsk (May 26 – August 20), Kazan (September 12). – November 12) and Nizhnekamsk (November 20 – February 4). The press service of the socialbites.ca exhibition reported that Russian and foreign designers will present more than 40 exhibitions made of recycled plastic.

“These include an hourglass filled with granules and recycled polymer samples from British designer Brody Neal, toy cars from Dutch Renaud de Klerk and Maraine Duvecot, Belgian company Engel and St. Petersburg studio Eburet, raincoats from Galina Larina. and stylish jewelery from Ekaterina Lukyanova.

The free exhibition for visitors is organized by the Moscow Design Museum with the support of SIBUR’s social investment program Good Deeds Formula.

before in Petersburg opened Contemporary art exhibition about the history of libraries.

Source: Gazeta


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