Vladimir Grig. Who am I? Where am I?

26.09.2015 — 31.10.2015

“Who am I?” “Where am I?” – the exhibition in the very title begins with questions that are understandable to everyone and concern everyone. But it is hardly possible to find quick and obvious answers. It does not matter whether these issues to a single person or to a civilization as a whole.

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Natasha Yudina. My Kremlin

29.11.2014 — 25.01.2015

My Kremlin is an installation assembled in a separate space. The miniature Kremlin was made on a 3D printer. It is surrounded by knitted rug walls from two to four meters high, called Sweater and Sweater 2. The exhibition also includes “snow” that falls around the Kremlin, a soundtrack that includes the peal of the…

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Natasha Yudina. Prophetic Clothes

29.11.2014 — 25.01.2015

The Painting Filters of Natasha Yudina The sensual feelings and impressions that we perceive from our surrounding environment don’t remain in the consciousness in their original form for long, they are quickly become “worn down.” The sensory memory is short-lived, it’s like a memory card for a camera, where the images build up in chaotic…

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Nikita Alexeev. Boris Matrosov. A Modest Russian Landscape

05.04.2014 — 01.06.2014

Russian nature (here we are referring to the central belt of the European part of Russia, where Russian cultured formed) is modest, and not distinguished by any great dramatic qualities. There are no mountains, no seas, no grandiose waterfalls, no endless wastes. What do we see around us? Forests, fields, gently sloping hills that often…

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The carpet is the message

01.04.2012 — 03.06.2012

In the Soviet era a carpet was a sign of wealth and affluence, a “must have” thing, a sought after luxury item that was in scarce supply, just as Yugoslavian wall cabinet or East German porcelain dinner service. For many our contemporaries this object of interior design still remains a symbol of comfortable life.

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Natasha Yudina. 18+

09.12.2012 — 13.01.2013

The name of this exhibition by Natalia Yudina, an artist from Tomsk, upholds the traditions of the Soviet and post-Soviet moral system. 18+ is a series of genre scenes – bedroom scenes in the literal meaning of the word. Canvases 180 х 140 cm in size borrow the names of erotic movies of the 1980s…

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