With Contemporary's Eyes. (1959)

Film-document №5232 4 parts, Duration: 0:39:26 to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Rybakova A.

Operators: Levitan A.

Anouncers: Khmara L.

Text writers: Komissarzhevskiy V.


About the International Exhibition of the Art of Socialist Countries.

Temporary description

Exposition of the exhibition of paintings of the socialist countries, opened in Moscow in December 1958, Sculpture, Painting.

Reel №1

PNRM. the building of the Central Exhibition Hall, decorated with flags, and on reaching of people - LS., MS.

Chairman of the Exhibition Committee, the oldest Russian sculptor, T-resolution Konenkov zaet ribbon.

Directions to the show, PNRM. from paintings and sculptures - MS.

Paintings Albania, Mongolia, Korea, Romania, China, Bulgaria, East Germany, Viet Nam, the Soviet Union, Hungary, Czechoslovakia.

Sculptures of Soviet and foreign artists.

A series of pictures of Soviet and foreign artists, dedicated to Lenin.

Visitors to the exhibition - MS., CU.

Reel №2

Paintings and sculptures dedicated to the new man, a man of peace and socialism.

Chinese exhibition hall.



Mongolian exhibition hall.




Visitors to the exhibition.

Reel №3

Albanian Hall: paintings.

In his painting "Girl from Shkodra" artist Kodeli.

Bulgarian Hall: the painting "Happy Year" stand by Venev, Kodeli painter, sculptor Tor Markov.


Relief "H. Dimitrov. "

Hungarian Hall: Sculpture.


Vietnamese Hall: Lacquer painting.

Artists Fan Ke An Luong Xuan Nyi and talk to visitors about the "secrets" of the skill (synchronously).


Abstract paintings by Polish artists.

Paintings and sculptures in the Polish Hall.

The biggest Polish sculptor, professor Dunikovsky talking with visitors, you bet.

Dunikovskogo work.

Reel №4

Romanian exhibition hall.




Czechoslovak painting.



Soviet artist talk Chuikov, the Czech artist Karel Soucek, Willem Kratochvíl, Miroslav Pangrash, Jan Slavíček (synchronously).

Halls of Soviet art.

Paintings and sculptures of Soviet masters.

Soviet and foreign artists, reflecting peoples' desire for independence and peace.