The new layer "It all just seems to you" by Russian artist Andrey Syaylev appeared on the WALL.
It all just seems to you
"This is a work that casts doubt on the undeniable fact of meeting the viewer with the work. Claiming it, the phrase denies itself, including itself, literally dissolving in the eyes of the viewer. Its main purpose is to make the viewer doubt the existence of the usual order of things. This is an exercise for developing critical thinking skills, which is necessary to arm a visitor who came to the exhibition at the Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art", says Andrey Syaylev
About the artist
Andrey Syaylev was born in Samara, works as an artist, sculptor and curator. Since 2005 he has been constantly exhibiting in galleries and museums all over Russia, taking part in international projects (MANIFESTA-10 Biennale, Fifth and Sixth Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, as well as Russian Contemporary Art Triennial). In 2017 Andrey Syaylev was nominated for the Sergey Kurekhin Prize for Contemporary Art, and in 2018 and 2019 for the State Prize "Innovation". Andrey Syaylev's works are in many private collections in Russia and abroad.
About curators and partners of the WALL project - creative association ARTMOSSPHERE
is an independent creative association, an agent of support and development of street art in Russia, the creator and organizer of the Biennale of Street Art of the same name (2014/2016), the only international festival in Russia, fully dedicated to street art.
In May 2019 CCA Winzavod together with ARTMOSSPHERE held an open call for participation in the WALL project, which resulted in the selection of 8 artists: Igor Ders, Andrey Syaylev, Ivan Simonov (Little People project), Tina Prokhorova (Tinstwin), Philippenzo, Onton Radayev (member of Varenye group of artists), PÒPCHENCO and Yulav.
By January 2020, Ders "Flava", Philippenzo "Kisses", Ivan Simonov "Netsten" and Tina Prokhorova "Stress" have already been implemented on the Wall, each of which was widely covered in the media.
About the project
The Winzavod WALL project is a free space for dialogue with street art. Each new layer is a new street art project in the main art cluster of the country. Supporting street art during more than ten years of Winzavod's history has turned into a tradition, the WALL project itself has renewed the layers more than 30 times. Among the authors were the most significant representatives of street and contemporary art, such as Alexey Kallima, Kirill Who, CHTAK, Timofey Radya and Pasha 183 and many others.