Exhibition "MEGAPOLIS" Automatic translate
с 18 Декабря
по 17 Января
ул. Ремизова, 10
From December 18, 2015 to January 10, 2016, the Nagornaya gallery of the Exhibition Halls of Moscow Association will host the Megapolis exhibition, organized with the participation of the Creative Union of the Union of Artists of Russia and the Moscow Union of the Union of Artists.
As part of the exhibition project, artists from different countries are exploring the ideas of a modern person about themselves and the world in close cooperation with the development of technology and the changing life of megacities. The modern culture of a megalopolis is the “plurality of lives” located in the information-communicative stream, in the reservoir of energy of a new visual consciousness. The artist, as a passionate observer through the process of connecting and penetrating systems of artistic vision, puts his house in the very center of the multitude, on the line of ebbs and flows, in the thick of the elusive and infinite.
The polyphony of images, forms, structures from holistic to small visualizes the "microworlds" of the metropolis, forming an exhibition intrigue. The “whole” in the project is considered as interpenetration and interchange in the constructive construction of the exhibition space. Each of the project participants was assigned a “module” as a volume measurement. A “module” can be a relief, a plane, a volume, and a niche. From the connection of “modules” arises a “whole”. The plots found by the artists are embodied in the plane of a single large-format canvas, installation and video art, presenting the metropolis in its beauty and ugliness, contradictions and harmony. The unusual format of the exhibition invites each viewer to observe the modern transformations of the urbanistic life of large cities, indicating for themselves the closest way of perceiving.
The project includes educational activities and excursions and an interactive area for visitors.
Curators: Vladimir Fomichev, Ekaterina Shcherbakova
Galina Lopatina. (Russia), Natalya Vetrova (Austria), Olga Kulagina (Russia), Lyudmila Petrova (Russia), Irina Eldarova (Azerbaijan), Evgeny Vereshchagin (Russia), Vasily Bogachev (Russia), Vladimir Strigin (Russia), Alexander Popov (Russia) ), Victor Kuplevatsky (Russia), Sergey Muratov (Russia), Vladimir Fomichev (Russia)
Video art - Alina Nazaruk
The Creative Union of Russian Artists is an all-Russian public organization uniting about fifteen thousand professional artists across Russia.. The TSHR holds exhibitions, publishes art catalogs and books, conducts classes and master classes in painting, drawing and sculpture for professionals and amateurs, organizes conferences, symposia, auctions, charity events, implements large-scale international projects with the participation of artists and curators from different countries, primarily from the former USSR. The main objectives of our site are to inform artists from our regional organizations about the proposed and implemented all kinds of TSHR projects, as well as helping artists on the path of their professional development, promoting art. One of the most important conditions for the development of art in the modern world, the art market and the conquest by Russian art of their rightful place in world culture is the formation of an artistic environment, including in the worldwide network. ( http://www.tcxp.ru )
The Moscow Union of Russian Artists is a regional public organization that brings together more than six thousand masters of various creative directions and genres and is the main cultural center of the capital in the field of fine art. ( http://artanum.ru )
Gallery "Nagornaya" began its work in 1978. This is the first state gallery in Moscow. Initially, the gallery showed mainly academic painting (socialist realism, critical realism, “harsh style”, “left” MOSH), but over the years the focus has shifted towards modern digital technologies, multimedia, installations, photography. The gallery carries out many projects in collaboration with the largest Moscow and regional museums, cultural foundations, creative unions, art universities, cultural centers at embassies of different countries, as well as the heirs of artists and collectors ( www.galereya-nagornaya.ru )
The Moscow Exhibition Halls Association is a new project of the Moscow Department of Culture dedicated to the decentralization of culture and the modernization of the activities of cultural organizations. The association includes 18 exhibition halls located in 10 districts of Moscow. The projects and programs of the Association are designed to create a special cultural environment of the city with wide opportunities for professional and amateur creativity ( www.vzmoscow.ru )
Dates of the exhibition: December 18, 2015 - January 10, 2016
Venue: Gallery "Nagornaya"
Address: Nagornaya Gallery (Remizova St., 10, tel.: +7 (499) 123-65-69)
Gallery hours: Tue - sun. 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
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