Olga Lioubimova, 40, is a young Minister of Culture in every sense of the word.
Barely known to her own compatriots who say she is
"intellectual and reserved"
To the point that his arrival at the presidential inauguration of the Morozov Collection, on September 21 at 6.30 p.m. at the Vuitton Foundation, went unnoticed by photographers, more interested in the actor of the Comédie-Française, Guillaume Gallienne, from Russian-Georgian ancestry through his mother.
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In Frank Gehry's hall, this graceful woman finally found familiar faces, that is to say women of character who each embody the destiny of the great Russian museums: Zelfira Tregulova, Russian from Riga (Latvia) and director of the Tretyakov Gallery, founded in Moscow in 1856 by the merchant and collector Pavel Tretyakov, then nationalized in 1917;
Marina Loshak, who took the helm of the Pushkin Museum in 2013 and succeeded Irina Antonova, its director since 1961 and the Stalinist times: she inaugurates
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