Since 6th of July till 28th of September «The Liminal Space Trilogy» by AES+F will be on show at Musée des Beaux Arts at La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland).
From June 26 till August 1, 2014 the IV Moscow International Biennale for Young Art “A Time for Dreams” will be held in Moscow. Among the participants are Evgeny Granilshchikov, Dmitry Okruzhnov and Maria Sharova, Andrei Blokhin and Georgy Kuznetsov (RECYCLE art group). Artistic Director: David Elliott.
For just one evening, on May 26, Triumph Gallery will be a guest at CCA Winzavod and will present works by artists who have been guests at the gallery in recent years. The exhibition will include works by Jake & Dinos Chapman, Damien Hirst, Kostas Seremetis, Charlie Isoe, Lucy McLauchlan and Ruslan Karablin. The exhibition will be held in the Wander Hall.
On Museum Night on May 17-18 2014, Triumph Gallery will work until midnight. Spectators can visit Maxim Ksuta's exhibition «Topsy-Turvy». At the Manege Central Exhibition Hall, the artist Sofia Gavrilova will be leading an excursion through her exhibition «Imaginary Territories», organized by the gallery within the framework of its «Great Expectations» project.
From May 17 to 31 at CCI «Fabrica», with the support of Triumph Gallery, a group exhibition will be held entitled «When Suspicions Becomes Norm», dedicated to the theme of «the monster» in modern culture and the way in which the image of the Other is formed under the influence of social stereotypes and individual perceptions.
Dear friends, please accept our warm congratulations on coming national holidays! Please note that the Gallery will be closed on 1st – 4th May and 9th – 11th May. On 5th – 8th May the Gallery will be working as usual, from 11:00 am till 8:00 pm.
Due to the Victory Parade's rehearsal on 7th of May, the Gallery will be open from 3:00 pm till 8:00 pm.
A personal exhibition by Roman Mokrov titled “Put a Newborn Fire in Your Palm” will be held from April 25 to May 18, at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art on Gogolevsky Boulevard, with the support of Triumph Gallery. For several years, Roman Mokrov made some money on the side by working as a photographer. On the basis of the materials shot in that process, he is presenting an exhibition-installation dedicated to marriage rituals in Russia. As well as photographic and video chronicles of various ceremonies and celebrations, the exhibition includes attributes that are part and parcel of these rituals, and at the opening of the exhibition, in the museum's courtyard, an actual wedding will be held, complete with newlyweds, a master of ceremonies, a “ransoming” of the bride and competitions. Read more.
New work by Polina Kanis was included in parallel program of Manifesta 10. Read more.