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Crown Fine Art Russia completes exhibition project for Russian Art Museum during COVID-19 pandemic

Crown Fine Art Russia recently completed an exhibition project for the All Russian Decorative Art Museum, despite the ongong COVID-19 pandemic. We were requierd to ship the expo from Moscow, Russia to Yerevan, Armenia, in October 2019, and then return it to Moscow in March 2020. 

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Unveiling the treasures from Sacred Hill

Crown Fine Art Hong Kong has been appointed by The Antiquities and Monuments Office (AMO) of HKSAR to crate, pack, install and provide project management services for the Treasures from Sacred Hill exhibition. 

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Moving relic collection to North Lamma Public Library and Heritage & Cultural Showroom

Crown Fine Art has been appointed by the Home Affairs Department of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) in transporting the relic collection discovered in Lamma Island, from Tsim Sha Tsui to the new Showroom in Yung She Wan, Lamma Island in Hong Kong.

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Exhibition: ‘The Craft of the Arts’ combines traditional creativity with the minor arts

The exhibition “The craft of the arts: Seduction and beauty in the contemporary world”, combines expressions of "traditional" artistic creativity, such as paintings and sculptures, with the so-called minor arts, such as coins, miniature sculpture, jewellery and silverware. 

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Exhibition: Henryk Siemiradzki paintings in Serpukhov

Crown Fine Art Russia moved 34 Siemiradzki masterpieces to an exhibition in Serpukhov, located just outside Moscow. A specialist team crated, packed and delivered the works from the classic Polish…

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“Gio Pomodoro Panta Rei” portrays unique exhibition of masterpieces

The “Gio Pomodoro Panta Rei” exhibition was set in the noble spaces of the ‘Palazzo Ducale’ in Urbino, Italy, home to the National Gallery of the Marche. The exhibition, by the artist Montefeltro, comes to life through the curator Marisa Zattini Bruto Pomodoro, son of Italian sculptor Gio. The exhibition was open from 19th April to 2nd September 2018.

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