Recycle Group were shortlisted for the Kandinsky Prize 2015 with the CONVERSION project. Congratulations and good luck!
56th Venice biennale just closed. Triumph Gallery presented two exhibitions by its artists — AES+F and Recycle Group. Starting from the opening, 247 409 people had visited both shows. We would like to thank every visitor for their interest and attention to our projects!
The 6th NORDWIND Festival in Berlin opens it doors on November 13. It will be dedicated to discoveries in the contemporary arts from the Nordic and Baltic countries, extends its focus to the culture of Russia and the former East under the title “BALAGAN!!!” (curated by David Eliott). Among our artists there will be presented works by AES+F, Recycle Group, Vladimir Dubossarasky and Alexander Vinogradov, Dmitry Gutov, Polina Kanis, Dmitry Okruzhnov and Maria Sharova.
Triumph Gallery, within the framework of the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, was proud to present seven exhibitions. «Rembrandt. A Different Perspective» by Dmitry Gutov and «Inverso Mundus» by AES+F were shown in Pushkin Fine Arts Museum and Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow. The exhibition Our Land / Alien Territory which is devoted to the phenomenon of disputed territories and brought together artists from different countries were presented in Moscow Manege. The special project of the Biennale “Cinema of Repeat Film” was be shown at the Circular Kinopanorama Pavilion. The works of the artists link with a collective memory of the Soviet past. Young Leipzig artists, continuation of Inverse Mundus and photos of Arsen Revazov were presented in gallery.
Since 11 till 13 of September Triumph Gallery presented works by two young artists Min Jungeon and Kristof Meyer at the COSMOSCOW art fair.
In the frameworks of «Our Land / Alien Territory» exhibition at Central Manege there will be a series of lectures and discussions about geopolitics.
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Louvre Museum come together to present a unique and innovative project «2050. A Brief History of the Future». Paintings, sculptures, photos, videos, installations, and digital art: over 70 contemporary works question our future up to 2050. Belgian and international artists such as Sugimoto, Boetti, Kingelez, Warhol, LaChapelle, Gursky, Op de Beeck, Yongliang, Turk, Alÿs, AES+F and others invite us to (re) think the future.