The heir to the actress spent time with children Lisa Boyarskaya Yulia Peresild. Recently in one of the Metropolitan Museum and exhibition complexes was a children’s master class, in which young researchers learned to work with paint.
Last weekend at the Institute of Russian realist art was class “New life of old things” from the children’s course “Museum of the future”. The event was attended by the heirs of Marina Alexandrova, Yulia Peresild and Liza Boyarskaya. The guys tried to rethink the old piano, creating on its basis the “hotel of flowers”.
The famous actress agreed in advance of the meeting at the master class, to spend time usefully. While the young researchers engaged in the work, their moms talked and walked around the Museum looking at the paintings of Sergey Gerasimov, Alexander Deineka, Yuri Pimenov, and other eminent artists.
“To my shame, I never knew about this Museum, can be due to the fact that I do not know Moscow well. The occasion was the meeting with friends and children, but I am sincerely glad that I learned about the existence of this Museum, it so happened that in the theater and cinema, I often meet with Soviet and post-Soviet era. It is clear that we know a lot about this time from the point of view of poets, artists, but by artists, to be honest, I knew nothing about this period,” – said Liza Boyarskaya, who visited educational event with his son Andrew.
The heir of the actress with pleasure watched the events. The company the boy was his namesake – son Marina Alexandrova Andrew. Not much less was involved in the master class and the daughter of Yulia Peresild. Anna Maria and enjoyed drawing and playing the piano. At the Merey of opportunities for girls and helped Yulia suggesting how best to mix the paint and put them on paper.
“It is very interesting, next time we’re invited to a master class, which will draw on the walls, we will come. But I have to come here sometime without the kids to just walk through the exhibition with a guide,” shared Peresild.
Marina Aleksandrova admitted that I agree with my colleague and friend. According to the actress, she discovered a lot of new names.
“I saw a completely different perspective on the story – such as paper flowers, which are sold in 45-m to year, because it was not alive, it is a very strong image of post-war Moscow. I would definitely return to this Museum, I feel that I did not have enough” – said Alexandrov.
Created by children, the art object was placed in the lobby of the Museum, and when the street will become warmer, piano, decorated with flowers, will delight visitors at the entrance to IRRI.