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From 17 to 20 of June 2021 a book festival "Red Square" took place in Moscow, where the Moscow Kremlin Museums presented new museum editions and exhibition projects. The stand of the Moscow Kremlin Museums in the GUM Department Store was devoted to the exhibition "Decline of the Dynasty: The Last Rurikids and the False Dmitry". Among the new publications of the Moscow Kremlin Museums were "Court and Ball Dress in the 18th - early 20th-century Russia" by Yulia Uvarova and "A Walk in the Moscow Kremlin: Children Guide" by Elizaveta Titova.

Curators of the exhibition "The Decline of the Dynasty. The Last Rurikovich. False Dmitry" held in the Moscow Kremlin Museums Sergey Orlenko and Yury Zybalov narrated the project and the catalogue created especially for it. Another exhibition project – "Suprematism Vision: Space Motifs in the Graphic Works and Jewellery Designs of Nadia Léger" was presented by its curator and author of the catalogue Larissa Peshekhonova. Guests also learnt about lectures, children programs and quests, prepared for the exhibition.

The presentations ended with the drawing of invitation cards, catalogues with the authors’ autographs and a photoshoot in the image of a tsar or tsarina of the 17th century. The participants of the photoshoot got into the characters with the help of the state regalia copies created in the Kids and Teens Educational Programs Center of the Moscow Kremlin Museums.

 

 
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