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.
Multimedia Art Museum Moscow and Triumph Gallery will present premiere of «Inverso Mundus» by AES+F in Moscow. Video installation «Inversо Mundus» was first shown in the frameworks of 56 Venice biennale in May 2015. Since 26 September AES+f will present a series of panting, drawings and objects from the project at Triumph gallery.
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts together with Triumph gallery will present the exhibition «Rembrandt. A Different Perspective» in the frameworks of 6th Moscow biennale of contemporary art. The exhibition will include works by Dmitry Gutov and Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn.
Since June 20 at Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, USA) there will be an exhibition devoted exclusively to examining the work of contemporary artists who use the techniques, technologies, and tropes of animation as tools in their practices. AES+F will present «The Liminal Space Trilogy» project.
On 16 – 21 June SCOPE art fair will be held in Basel. Triumph Gallery will take part in the fair for the first time, featuring works by one of the most renowned Russian artists AES+F.
At SCOPE Basel Triumph Gallery will present one-channel versions of the videos from «The Liminal Space Trilogy» project as well as the new work «001 Inverso Mundus», which was recently premiered at the collateral program of 56th Venice biennale.
Triumph gallery will be closed for the holidays on the 1st of May and 9th of May 2015. Due to the Victory Parade's rehearsal on 7th of May, the Gallery will be open from 2.00 pm till 8.00 pm.
Works by Russian architect Alexander Brodsky will be on display through May 6th at the Tchoban Foundation Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin. Titled “Alexander Brodsky: Works,” the exhibition features a combination of old and new efforts, some of which were specifically created for the show.