3 авг 2016 | 09:00
Drawing. No limits.
4 may - 3 august 2016
Open 2pm - 5pm most days
Artists: tanya akhmetgalieva, yury alexandrov, maria arendt, yury avvakumov, liza bobkova, amanita, annushka brochet, kirill chelushkin, vladimir grig, ilya grishaev, georgy litichesky, natalia mali, gosha ostretsov, sergey pakhomov, natalia pivko, vitaly pushnitsky, andrey rudjev, aidan salakhova, aljona shapovalova, denis shevchuk, shishkin-hokusai, petr shvetsov, haim sokol
Curators: liza savina and olga jürgenson
Pushkin house and the savina gallery present russian contemporary: drawing. No limits.
The exhibition brings together 23 russian artists from across the generations, and includes new young artists as well as older and much more well-known names: it shows all the main themes and directions in contemporary art in russia today.
Drawing. No limits is intended to acquaint the non-russian with the major directions presently developing in contemporary russian art: from three-dimensional installations to textual works, from architectural forms to graphic novels. The exhibition has already been shown in berlin at the russian house of science and culture (russisches haus der wissenschaft und kultur). The core of the exhibition is drawing, with the pieces crossing different disciplines, although still strongly related to drawing.