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While we wait on more releases, Late Night with Diaconov…

Despite some (understandably) over-adrenalined official headlines in the wake of Khodorkovsky’s release [for those of you who just said “who?”, we defer to the ever-great Julia Ioffe], Pussy Riot has not been freed.  According to a Twitter just sent out on … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Biennales: Istanbul and Moscow

So, September is traditionally a full month for the art world, as galleries click back in after summer schedules and the worldwide spate of biennales further obstructs one’s ability to schedule a Skype-call. In the whirl of events, there were … Continue reading

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A Call for Proposals to Reimagine Russia’s National Center for Contemporary Art

A few days ago, Sophia Kishkovsky published an article on The Art Newspaper titled “Moscow biennial curator and artists explain why we shouldn’t boycott Russia,” in which Biennale curator Catherine de Zegher compares provocative art to fast food (“It flares up, then it’s finished.”) What was … Continue reading

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Catherine de Zegher releases her full artist roster for “More Light,” the 5th Moscow Biennale

  A few weeks after giving us some teasers, the Moscow Biennale – just around the corner, mind you, from September 20 – October 20 – has released its full artist roster, made up of 72 artists from 40 countries … Continue reading

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The 5th Moscow Biennale lets a little Light in

Today the 5th Moscow Biennale‘s curator, Catherine de Zegher, announced that the theme of this year’s effort – which runs a brisk month from September 20 – October 20, 2013 – will be “More Light.” According to our translation of … Continue reading

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90 million rubles (and a host of expectations) set aside for the 5th Moscow Biennale

At this morning’s press conference for the 5th Moscow Biennale (slated to run  from September 19- October 20, 2013, in the new Manege space broken in recently by AES+F), the focus was on the funding: namely the 90 million rubles … Continue reading

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The 18th Biennale of Sydney opens (a taste of what’s to come for Moscow?)

Yesterday, the 18th Biennale of Sydney opened, perhaps giving some hints as to what Moscow can expect next year, when curator Catherine de Zegher takes charge of the Moscow Biennale. De Zegher – as we noted, currently Guest Curator at … Continue reading

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