“It's sad and point”: an exhibition of funeral services “Necropolis-2022” was organized in Moscow (photo)
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Exhibition guests could watch the competition for the best funeral crew, take a photo with a young man in a coffin, and also witness a mourning fashion show.
From November 1 to November 3, an exhibition of funeral services “Necropolis-2022” is being held in Moscow, whose guests could get acquainted with the latest achievements in the design of funeral ceremonies. The exhibition presents new models of coffins, tombstones, crosses and various funeral accessories. Guests are invited to participate in art and music competitions, as well as take pictures with the young man in the coffin. The course of the exhibition is reported on the Russian resource “Necropolis-World Russia 2022”.
The organizers note that the main idea of the exhibition is to form a new attitude of society to the ethical, social and environmental aspects of the activities of funeral services in the context of a new understanding of the philosophy of death.
“It is necessary to change attitudes in society, to show that death should be as beautiful as the birth of a child. After all, our society, mired in social and political upheavals, ignored this ancient and eternal problem,” said the businessman, founder of the first private crematorium in Novosibirsk Sergey Yakushin.
The organizers came up with a rather original program for the guests. During the event, the public could watch a master class of masters of ceremonies, coffin upholsterers, florists and other industry professionals. The guests also had the opportunity to see competitions for the best funeral brigade, the best engraver – those who wished could take refresher courses.
One of the highlights was the show-show of mourning fashion and creative costumes of the author's project “Transfigurations”. Dances with trained snakes were no less bright.
The authors of models of modern clothes for funeral ceremonies used the names of new Russian brands in their decisions. In particular, against the backdrop of recent events, a T-shirt with the inscription “It's sad and that's it” looks unambiguous. Representatives of the clergy of the Russian Orthodox Church were also present at the exhibition as one of the most interested persons.