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An exhibition dedicated to Ariadne Efron opened in Moscow

MOSCOW, September 9 – RIA Novosti. The Marina Tsvetaeva Museum opened the exhibition “Ariadne Efron: Captured by Time”, coinciding with the 110th anniversary of the Silver Age poet’s daughter.

In Ariadne, first of all, they get used to seeing her mother’s heir. However, he himself was an extraordinarily creative person – an artist and publisher. His work captures images of the controversial 20th century, and his memories can be used to study the history of Russian immigration.

“This exhibition was conceived by us as an illumination of her own path,” says Elena Korkina, the curator of the exhibition. We deliberately set aside this childlike side of his personality,” she said.

The exhibition covers three halls of the museum, the first of which tells visitors about the Russian Paris in which Ariadna Sergeevna lived in her youth. And about Soviet Moscow, to which he returned in 1937. Here guests can see his works and letters, as well as learn more about how his compatriots who migrated to Europe after the Revolution lived.

The second hall is dedicated to the prison years of Ariadna Efron, the difficult and terrible time of her camps and exiles from 1939 to 1955. Photos and archival documents are supplemented by a large map showing the settlements where Tsvetaeva’s daughter was forced to live and work.

Exposition of the house-museum of Marina Tsvetaeva
Exposition of the house-museum of Marina Tsvetaeva
Exposition of the house-museum of Marina Tsvetaeva

In the third hall, the guests of the exhibition spend the last twenty years of Ariadna Sergeevna’s life. From 1955 to 1975, after rehabilitation “for lack of corpus delicti”, he is engaged in the preservation of the legacy of his mother and returns the work of Marina Tsvetaeva to the Russian reader. Here are Ariadna Efron’s personal belongings and her mother’s compilation with a foreword by Ilya Ehrenburg.

The exhibition will continue until 8 December.

Source: Ria

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