9 September 2023

Vladivostok International Airport Creates Artistic Atmosphere ahead of the Eastern Economic Forum

A unique photo exhibition opened at Vladivostok International Airport on the eve of the Eastern Economic Forum in cooperation with the Far East and Arctic Development Corporation, Arsenyev State Museum of the History of the Far East, and Aeroflot Airlines.

The photo exhibition "Developing the Far East!", organized by the Corporation for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic with the support of the Office of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District and the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, opened in the departure area of the domestic terminal.

The exposition presents a chronology of images: a decade during which unique conditions for business development were created in the Far East, more than 2.8 thousand investment projects were launched, about 700 of which have already been put into operation.

The project "Conquerors of the seas and gifts of the oceans in the monuments of the Moscow Kremlin Museums" created by the Arsenyev Museum presents an unusual angle: the history of the Far East exploration, its formation and heroic and desperate pioneer sailors who were not afraid to go where the map ended at that time. The exhibition can be seen on the first floor of the terminal.

The photo exhibition "Aeroflot. 100 Years Creating the Future" is timed to coincide with the anniversary of Russian civil aviation. The exhibition presents images from different periods of the history of Russian civil aviation. The exhibition includes 17 historical and modern photo works, as well as archival photo materials of the Arsenyev Museum. It is located in the common area of the airport terminal.

"Vladivostok International Airport is a popular platform for hosting various photo exhibitions and art projects. The expositions that EEF guests and participants will see this year in Primorye's air harbor are truly unique. The projects demonstrate the economic, cultural and tourist potential of the Far East," said Irina Prisyazhnyuk, Head of the Vladivostok International Airport Press Service.


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