"Carelessly painted. Keepers of Ivanovo hills" 01/02/2019 automatic translate
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The Gilyarovsky Center, a branch of the Museum of Moscow, begins a large study on the theme “city within a city” with the exhibition “Carelessly Painted. The Keepers of Ivanovo Hill, which will be held from January 31 to February 16.
The exhibition is based on the photo project of Dasha Karetnikova. For the third year, she explores the Ivanovo Hill, this “city in the city”, where artists, restorers, and thinkers live.
The inscription that gave the name of the exhibition - “carelessly painted” - Dasha Karetnikova once saw in Kolpachny Lane over dried paint. Then she met the same inscription in Starosadsky, Podkopaevsky lanes, on Pokrovka. Not finding authors on the Internet, Dasha decided to name her series in this way.
Among the heroes of the photos of Dasha are Nikolay Avvakumov, a restorer, the founder of the Hitrovka Foundation; Igor Bely, director of the Hyperion bookstore in Khokhlovsky Lane; a resident of the house Golosova in Podkolokolny alley; philosopher, a descendant of the English Queen.
In addition to photographs, the exhibition includes artifacts from the archaeological collection of the Museum of Moscow, found, including on the Ivanovo Hill.
Opening of the exhibition: January 30, 19:00. Free admission.
The exhibition will include lectures by historians of architecture, art historians and local historians about Moscow. The program of events will be announced separately on the page of the Gilyarovsky Center on the website of the Museum of Moscow.