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10.10.2006 13:08

Cultural Centre DOM (Moscow) opens the exposition COCA COLA'S NAZI ADVERTS on October 10, 2006.
      The curators of the exhibition Mark Thomas and Tracey Moberly researched the history of the drink and found out that Coca Cola GmbH had cooperated with the Nazis. The company supported the Nazi regime, or to put it in modern words was its sponsor.
      The international project was initially supposed to demonstrate the Coca-cola images of the Nazi period recreated by artists, but in the result the exhibition has brought together 300 original modern art works from all over the world, including Russia.
      The exhibition runs till October 22, 2006, admission free.
      Address of the Cultural Centre DOM: 24/4, Bolshoi Ovchinnikovsky Pereulok, Novokuznetskaya metro station, Moscow.


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