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Exhibitions we visited in 2022. Summing up

Date: February 24, 2024 Time: 05:53:52

Prepared by: Arina Krainikh

28.12.22, 11:13 2022-12-28T11:13:28+03:00

In order to somehow distract ourselves from the news agenda and not go crazy with endless displacements of fate, in 2022 each of us chose his own way of escapism. For us, art has become a point of support. Summing up and sharing the exhibitions that impressed us last year.

When: from January 29 to June 6, 2022

Where: Saint Petersburg, Marble Palace

2022 began with the “Faces / Faces / Muzzles” exhibition at the Russian Museum. For the 90th anniversary of the Soviet underground artist Anatoly Zverev, the exhibition was brought to St. Petersburg by the AZ Museum. On the walls of the Marble Palace there are portraits of both the sixties and contemporary authors. Among them are Anatoly Zverev, Oleg Tselkov, Vladimir Yankilevsky, Eduard Steinberg, Vladimir Nemukhin, Grisha Bruskin, Sergey Shutov and others. We wrote about the exhibition here.

When: from June 27 to October 30, 2022

Where: Moscow, Pushkin Museum

Perhaps the most anticipated exhibition of this year opened at the Pushkin Museum. In 2019, the Morozov collection was shown at the Hermitage and in 2021 at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris. And finally, a collection of French and Russian artists came to Moscow. Nearly two hundred paintings by Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Gauguin, Matisse and Picasso were presented at the museum’s main venue. The exhibition has become one of the most visited in 2022.

When: October 13, 2022 — January 15, 2023

Where: Saint Petersburg, port of Sevkabel

The exhibition – a journey around the world of Balabanov opened in St. Petersburg Sevkabel. Each room in the space is dedicated to a certain film by the director and is packed with themed memorabilia. The exhibition will last until January 15, so you will still have time to lie down in an exact copy of the same tram from “Brother”, sit in the gazebo, get lost in Kafka’s real “Castle” or climb into the comic, world rendering of the movie “Blind Man’s Buff”.

When: from May 28 to August 14, 2022

Where: Museum of Moscow, AZ

The AZ Museum hosted the exhibition “Family Treasures” with photographic and multimedia works of the family of the famous maverick artist Francisco Infante. The exposition was placed on three floors, on each one you could see the works of the members of the dynasty.

When: December 1 – January 15

Where: Moscow, Masters

Masters art school hosted an exhibition of new graphic works by artist Lisa Bobkova. The sound wave, which linked the artist’s works, became the central figure of the exhibition. To create it, Lisa recorded phrases on a voice recorder, which she then converted into a graphic using a special program. The artist then redraw it by hand with pen and ink. It turned out very thin and beautiful. The works can be seen in the Masters exhibition space until January 15.

When: September 7, 2022 — January 15, 2023

Where: Museum of Moscow, AZ

This fall, the AZ Museum opened an exhibition with the whimsical title “Rhinos in the Turtle Race in Moscow.” The exhibition was dedicated to the works of Dmitry Plavinsky, or rather, to the key symbols of his work – rhinos and turtles. The artist’s images of these animals were inspired by the engravings of the German Albrecht Dürer. With the original “Rhinoceros” of the master of the Northern Renaissance, Plavinsky had the opportunity to get acquainted in his student years in the engraving office of the Pushkin Museum im. Pushkin. From that moment on, rhinos with turtles became the protagonists of the artist’s “theater of life”.

When: December 9, 2022 — January 29, 2023

Where: Moscow, Ruarts Gallery

Ruarts Gallery celebrated its 18th anniversary with a “Personal Space” retrospective exhibition. The exhibition includes significant works by Russian and foreign artists who participated in solo or group exhibitions of the gallery. The main theme was the understanding of personal space, internal and external limits, the zone of intimacy and the ethics of corporeality. You can see the exhibition until January 29.

When: November 21, 2022 — January 22, 2023

Where: Moscow, Museum of Russian Impressionism

In the fall, the Museum of Russian Impressionism opened an exhibition by Alexander Savinov, a member of the World of Art, called the “pacified Vrubel” for his resemblance to the paintings of the famous artist.

When: October 4, 2022 — February 2, 2023

Where: Moscow, New Tretyakov Gallery

Perhaps the long-awaited second exhibition of 2022 has opened in the Tretyakov – Diaghilev Gallery. Dress rehearsal”, dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Diaghilev. Most of the exposition is dedicated to the famous “Russian Seasons”, which revolutionized the field of ballet throughout the world. The museum exhibits posters of the time, theatrical costumes and props that were used during performances. The exhibition will run until 2023.

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