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Innovation honors Monroe, FIAC in Petersburg, and Bugaev Strikes Again

So with so much going on, we’ve decided to start a kind of digest format. Let us know what you think? This year’s Innovation Prize will pay tribute Monroe This week, Innovation – the Russia National Center for Contemporary Art‘s … Continue reading

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Kandinsky Prize honors 2013 laureates, while NCCA reveals the finalists to design its new building

It was a day for congratulations in Moscow, when Russia’s National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA) revealed the finalists for the competition to design its new building. Last October, the NCCA jury – which includes Baibakov Art Projects’ Maria Baibakova – … Continue reading

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Russia’s NCCA releases a shortlist for its new building

Today Russia’s New NCCA (National Center for Contemporary Art) announced the shortlist in its tender for a new building. From over 200 submitted proposals, the contest was structured to include two categories: Dossier, which allows established architecture bureaus could put … 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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AES+F inaugurates “Moscow’s Grand Palais” while the NCAA fights for its 16-Story Museum

Last week, Putin officially signed off on the new Council for Culture and the Arts, whose list includes Moscow Multimedia Art Museum Director Olga Sviblova,  Semyon Mikhailovsky, Director of St Petersburg’s Art Academy, and Mikhail Piotrovsky, Director of the Hermitage. (NB: Artguide reported … 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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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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