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23 october 2014

ASTERA leased out 2 600 sq.m in ‘LenExpo’

iVision Company rented a building №3 with the area of 2 600 sq.m on the territory of Lenexpo exhibition complex. ASTERA an alliance member of BNP Paribas Real Estate acted as a consultant of this transaction.

World premier of multimedia exhibition titled ‘From Monet to Cezanne. The French Impressionists’ will be held on November 20, 2014 in the building №3 of Lenexpo exhibition complex (Saint Petersburg, Bolshoy prospect, 103). Using SENSORY4™ technology iVision Company will present works of French artists of the second half of XX century in a new light allowing viewers to see the smallest details of well-known paintings, to experience the atmosphere created by ‘the artists of Montmartre’, and to understand better their art.

Exhibition guests will see Impressionism masterpieces transmitting to big screens by dozens of projectors which will give the possiblity to see the smallest brush strokes of Monet, Degas, Cezanne, and Pissarro. The very finest colour and form transitions will help to understand the way a new school of painting was created, which idea was to show the expressions – bright and unforgettable moments of life. Works of Tchaikovsky, Debussy, Ravel, and Offenbach will accompany the paintings of revolution artists.

‘Considering the specificity and unique character of this exhibition, it was very difficult to find premises meeting all requests of the organizer. Building № 3 of Lenexpo is one of the very few objects in Saint Petersburg corresponding to the scale of the exhibition. Premises have allowed organizers bringing their idea into life using all possibilities of digital technologies. I am sure that every visitor of the exhibition “From Monet to Cezanne. The French Impressionists” will be really amazed by it and remember it for a long time’, - notes Vera Boikova, head of Client Relations Department at ASTERA an alliance member of BNP Paribas Real Estate.

Exhibition will be opened to visitors on November 20, 2014 and will last until March 31, 2015.

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