On May 12, the opening of the cultural center named after the poet Andrei Voznesensky will take place in Moscow. The organizers of the event spoke about this around Life.
The permanent exhibition of the center will be dedicated to the poet’s creativity: they will recreate the poet’s office where you can see personal items, letters, autographs of poems, unique photographs of Voznesensky.
The center plans to hold concerts, film screenings, and creative evenings. In addition, a media library with publications of Voznesensky’s works, cinema lectures, an educational multimedia zone, a cafe, as well as a store with book and souvenir products will work here.
The center is located at 46 Bolshaya Ordynka Street, Building 3.
Andrei Voznesensky is known as the author of poetry collections "Mosaic" (1960), "Parabola" (1960), "Triangular Pear" (1962), "Antimira" (1964), "Achilles Heart" (1966), "Shadow of Sound" (1970 ), "Glance" (1972), "Let the Bird Out!" (1974), "Oak cello sheet" (1975), "Stained Glass Master" (1976), "Temptation" (1979) and others. Director Yuri Lyubimov directed the performance “Antimiry” at the Taganka Theater to the poet’s poetry, composer Alexei Rybnikov wrote the rock opera “Juno and Avos”.