We congratulate Polina Kanis and Evgeny Granilshchikov on their nomination for The Innovation Prize. For the first time «Unfinished film» by Evgeny Granilshchikov, which was nominated for the prize, were displayed within «Great Expactations» project at the CEH «Manege».
From 22th till 28th of January Allegoria Sacra and The Feast of Trimalchio by AES+F will be shown for the first time within spechal project in Singapore. Also there will be presented works by Andrey Gorbunov and Megasoma Mars.
Triumph gallery will be closed for the holidays from 30 December 2014 till 6 January 2015. We wish you а Merry Christmas and а Happy New Year!
В рамках предпоказа общественно-делового центра МАТРЕКС, созданного по проекту архитектурного бюро BERNASKONI, 20 декабря состоялась pop-up выставка современного искусства «Инновация – русская традиция». В рамках экспозиции галерея «Триумф» представила работы Александра Бродского, Виноградова и Дубосcарского, AES+F, Recycle и других.
From December 18 till January 25 2015 with the support of Triumph Gallery group exhibition «Winter exercises. Terrible in art» will be held at GROUND «Peschanaya» gallery. There will be presented works by Alexey Vasiliev, Megasoma Mars and art-group crocodilePOWER (Oksana Simatova, Petr Goloshchapov)
On the 11th of December Kandinsky Prize ceremony was held. Participant of «Great Expectations» project, Albert Soldatov, won prize in the nomination of «Young Artist» for the work «Baltus». The work is going to be presented at the final exhibition of the project.
Photographer Max Sher has been exploring the contemporary post-Soviet inhabited landscape since a few years now. He is focusing on the vernacular and most mundane elements of post-Soviet cities that undergo a transition from a Communist Utopia to some homebrew version of Capitalism, shifting the ‘optics’ from the sublime and dramatic to the everyday. Since 5th of December part of this series will be presented on solo show by Sher at Moscow Museum of Architecture.
The exhibition «Post Pop: East Meets West» brings together works by 110 artists from China, the Former Soviet Union, Taiwan, the UK and the USA. The exhibition examines why of all the twentieth century's art movements, Pop Art has had such a powerful influence over artists from world regions that have had very different and sometimes opposing ideologies.