Monthly Archives: April 2012

Aidan Salakhova will close Aidan Gallery, after 20 years

On April 23, the Aidan Gallery will mark its 20th year on the scene in Moscow. “On the scene” –  for many of these years, Aidan was the scene, as the first major private gallery of contemporary art. Aidan has announced … Continue reading

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The Black Swan presents “Three Artists Walk into a Bar..”

For those who found themselves at Innovation, asking where’s Voina…?: look no further. While it’s true, they may be busy gearing up for the Berlin Biennale, they’ll also be part of the punchline at de Appel’s “Three Artists Walk into … Continue reading

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The 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial gets its intellectual foundations in Ekaterinburg

On March 28-30, the Ekaterinburg outpost of the National Center for Contemporary Art (who just awarded their annual Innovation prize) hosted a conference to outline the intellectual platform for the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial, scheduled for September 13 – October … Continue reading

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One more month to get in applications for the Future Generation Art Prize!

As Taus Makhacheva celebrates one New Generation Prize,  our thoughts have turned to another… As a proud Partner Platform of the Pinchuk Centre’s Future Generation Art Prize, we wanted to remind applicants that they have one more month to get … Continue reading

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And the Winners Are… Innovation announces its laureates

Tonight, Russia’s National Center for Contemporary Art celebrated the winners of its Innovation Prize, which is awarded in five categories: Work of Art; Theory, Criticism or Art History; Curatorial Project; Regional Project; and the New Generation Prize for emerging artists. We … Continue reading

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EUNIC seeks emerging Russian curators for Curatorial Exchange 2012

The European Union National Institutes for Culture has put out a call for young Russian curators to gain experience working in institutions abroad (including Austria, Germany, France, Sweden and the UK.) Internships will last from 3 weeks to 2 months. … Continue reading

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