Soviet Modernist Architecture at the Museum of Modern Art in New York exhibition, titled 'Lost Vanguard: Soviet Modernist Architecture, 1922-1932', opened at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York on 18 July 2007. This exhibition is a study of the Soviet avant-garde architecture of post-revolutionary period in the work of photographer Richard Pare, who documented the unique heritage of the Soviet modernist tradition in architecture. Phyllis Lambert, founder and director of the Canadian Architecture Center, said: "Photographs by Richard Pare are part of a much larger project in which legacy Modernist architecture of the Soviet period from 1922 to 1932, subject to reinterpretation. In this short span of time, architectural works were characterized by searching for a new language that would have marked the final departure from a return to medieval traditions very different late period of the Tsarist regime. This resulted in a striking variety of ideas that are equal to that of liveliness and dynamism in the xx century was a bit '.
Exhibition organized by MoMA and the Museum Fund 'Russian Avant-Garde. " After the demonstration at the MoMA exhibition will go to Russia. Fund 'Russian Avant-Garde', founded by Senator Sergey Gordeev, is engaged in the conservation of the Russian avant-garde heritage and strives to make it accessible to as many viewers in Russia and the world. Senator Gordeev and the fund 'Russian Avant-Garde' very satisfied feedback from visitors to the exhibition of American and intend to continue to work to preserve and display of Russian architectural heritage. The exhibition will be held at the Museum of Modern Art MoMA from July 18 to October 29.