The art-centre, which is located in ex-printery of the “Commune” newspaper, will work from June 2 till June 14. Almost 100 years ago, the correspondent Andrey Platonov published his works in this building. Since 2015, the neglected foundry operates as an art-centre of the Platonov Arts Festival.
Like in the past years, the programme of the “Commune” includes exhibitions, cinema screenings, lections, art sessions, concerts and master-classes.
Entrance is free for all events of the art-centre.
"Pavel Peppershtein. A Suprematist Study of Ancient Greek Myths". Cycle reproduction
The paintings, drawings and installations of Pavel Pepperstein were exhibited in museums and galleries around the world, including the Louvre, the Centre Georges Pompidou, the State Tretyakov Gallery and the Russian Museum. “A Suprematist Study of Ancient Greek Myths” was presented for the first time in Paris in 2010.
The cycle consists of 14 works, which retell famous ancient Greek myths familiar to everyone since childhood in suprematism language, and antiquity cosmogony collides with Russian cosmism. Full harmony of Greek mythology falls under the pressure of avant-garde thirst of the Universe reorganization; art of “a new era” refers to the origins of European civilization.
Pavel Pepperstein is a famous Russian critic, art theorist, writer (books “An Old Man’s Diet”, “The Mythological Love of Castes”, “Spring”, “A Prague Night” and etc.). He is one of the founders of the ideology of “Medical Hermeneutics” and the “psychedelic realism”. In 2014 Pepperstein was awarded the Kandinsky Prize for his “Holy Politics” project.
Solo exhibitions of the artist took place in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Spain, Italy, Canada, China, Norway, the USA, Finland, France, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Switzerland and Sweden.
Look at the People. Russian video-art from the collection of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and more
Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA) presents its Russian video-art collection at the VII International Platonov Arts Festival. Videos collected over the past two decades (the 2000s and 2010s) are demonstrated in a film-screening format. Despite the comparatively close time limits, the project “Look at the people” presents several generations of authors, each of which owns their own unique lens.
Each of the works included in the project is a visualized narrative which is intimate and momentous, intellectual and artistic. Peculiarities of contents as well as sense-bearing accents of each work, creative methods variety add up to the tessellate narration dedicated to Russian video-art experiences at the beginning of the current century.
The project comprises works by such artists as Antonina Bayever, Elena Berg, Ludmila Gorlova, Evgeny Granilshchikov, Anna Ermolaeva, Yakov Kazhdan, Polina Kanis, Elena Kovylina, Platon Infante and Aleksander Petrovichev, Vladislav Mamyshev-Monro, Aleksandra Mitlyanskaya, Taus Makhacheva, Albert Soldatov, Ksenia Sorokina, “Provmysa” group, Koka Ramishvili, and Marina Fomenko.
Exhibition mentor: Ekaterina Kuzmina, the senior associate of Research Department of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art.
Previously we told about festival exhibitions which will be organized in the I.N. Kramskoy Voronezh Regional Art Museum and in the Exhibition Hall at Kirova, 8. These projects are: “Alexander Tyshler. Playing and Acting”, “Meyerhold and Artists. Performing Space”, “To See the Invisible”, and “Sergei Romanovich: Making Paintings That Stay”.
In total, 6 exhibitions will be presented during the Platonov Arts Festival.