«Nostalgic Future» double exhibition by Pavel Kiselev and Vladimir Potapov opened at H'art Gallery in February 16th.
The artist Vladimir Potapov has exhibited a series of 18 works at his first personal exhibition in the Tengri Umai gallery, Kazakhstan.
Budapest Art Factory (BAF) announces the solo exhibition «In the Grass Grasshopper Sat»* by Vladimir Potapov who participated in the international artist residency program in June 2016. Potapov’s newly created body of work is an outcome of research into Hungary’s cultural history, putting forth a range of well-known figures from the Hungarian pop music industry of the past. The exhibition will be held from July 7 till July 27 2016.
On the July 20th, 2016 on the territory of the Chernigov Patriarchal Compound the «ARK» exhibition will be opened. The exposition will be held within the framework of the 5th Moscow international biennale for the Young Art and will last till the August 14th. This will be the first event to occur on the territory of an ancient compound situated between Bolshaya Ordynka and Pyatnitskaya streets after its major restoration.
The AES+F group and Alexander Zeldovich has put the on the stage of the Electrotheatre Stanislavski theatrical project «PSYCHOSIS». The performance is based on the Sarah Kane’s (1971–1999) « 4.48 psychosis» play – the landmark play of the British playwright from in-yer-face generation, who has created the new theatrical aesthetics in the 1990s. Shocking and filled with pain texts were pulling the spectators out of their comfort zone and destroying the fourth wall.
Dear visitors, the exhibition «Focuses» by Sasha Pirogova at Central Manege is closed from June 6 till June 12. From June 14 the exhibition will be open to public according to the regular schedule.
Last guided tour about the show «Extension.kr» will happen at the gallery on May 26 at 7 pm. Admission is free. Register here: firstname.lastname@example.org
On May 27 at 7 pm Triumph Gallery will host a presentation of the new book by Alexander Gordon «Tucherez, or Impossible is Possible», illustrations by Sergei Sviatchenko. «Tucherez, or Impossible is Possible» is written as a fantasy but based on real facts from the biographies of two world known film directors — Sergei Eisenstein and Andrei Tarkovsky, as well as on the memories of the author. The two talents meet in a mystical world and are occupied with discussions and disputes while the whole humanity is under the threat
Triumph Gallery will participate in the «Night of Museums 2016» in Moscow and Kazan. On May 21 the gallery will be open till midnight with the current exhibiton «Extension.kr» — a group project, which showcase for the first time in Moscow eleven contemporary South Korean artists, who work in different media, from painting and video to objects and kinetic sculpture.
Multidisciplinary center Department of Research Arts will present two exhibitions at Smena Center in Kazan.