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Winzavod galleries resumes exhibitions from January 22.
On January 23 the Fine Art Gallery opens the exhibition of Anastasia Kuznetsova-Ruf "No one does that". Anastasia's works resemble a labyrinth, the scheme of which is very simple, but once inside it is not so easy to get out.
You can see a meditative exhibition in the pop/off/art "Measuring the emptiness..." until January 28. In her new series of paintings with the poetic title "Measuring the Void by the Simple Touch of Two Lines or..." Shumskaya develops the artistic language of abstraction, in which she has already reached a high level of skill.
The artist's work shows that it is not the news agenda that shapes the statement, but the artist's need to find answers to the questions posed by the practice of painting and art.
At the Triangle Gallery, one of the pioneers of street art, Kirill Lebedev (Who), attempts to go beyond the established reputation and recognizable style in the exhibition "Few Beeches. And those are redundant."
Spring 2020 is remembered for its eerie and mesmerizing images of emptied megacities and ironically utopian memes about how "nature has cleared up." The new works of the artist seem to be this pure "nature" of the visual, striving with all its might to "purify" itself from words, because there is no one else to turn to in this desolate world. The artist himself compares his work to abstract expressionism.
In a world of pandemic and depressive moods that have engulfed the whole world, the Totibadze gallery decided to offer its help in salvation - "auxilium liberandum". It's a kind of magical spell, enclosed in artistic images, which will help us cope with the chaos around us.
BIS ART GALLERY is launching Art Shuffle 2.0. The represented artists, whose work BIS ART GALLERY has again shuffled, differ from each other both in their artistic style and outlook, and different life experiences and backgrounds, but they are all united by their distinctiveness and recognizable style.
Access to the Digital Earth digital art platform has been extended until February 1!
Virtual platform Digital Earth with 15 works of digital art of Russian artists opened on December 8.
The Foundation for Support of Contemporary Art Winzavod and re:Store, a chain of Apple equipment stores, present a new project on digital art Digital Earth for the presentation of works by the finalists of the contest, held in autumn 2020.
Leaders in the field of art and technology, Winzavod and the re:Store have teamed up to popularize modern technologies to make them more accessible and support creative potential. Such symbiosis of art and technology allowed to create a new virtual platform, which has no analogues in Russia http://digitalearth.re-store.ru.
The platform was developed by an international team inspired by game-art. Journey through the virtual space, using the computer game engine, is an independent unlimited experience, where each visitor has the freedom to choose his or her own route to view the exhibition, to immerse himself or herself in the world of each artist, to move between the futuristic parts of the full architectural object of the gallery.
Technically, the idea of Digital Earth turned out to be feasible through the use of the open platform Unreal Engine and Pixel Streaming technology, which provides access to the game platform for a large number of viewers, regardless of the quality of Internet connection. Guests are assisted in navigating the gallery by viewers voiced by artificial intelligence. Sound for space was created by an ITSU audio artist.
In the galleries 15 works of the finalists of the contest are presented. Among them are artists Julia Alexeenkova, Anna Gantimurova, Roman Golovko, Artem Go, Ales Lyalush, Kirill Zakomoldin, Anastasia Kvariani, Danila Lipatov, Alexey Ryabov, Anna Sapunova, Margarita Trushina, Zaurbek Tsugaev, Ksenia Sharapova, Varya Schuka, the group Gray Cake.
The best works were selected by the expert council of the contest, which included prominent curators and artists in the field of digital visual art: AES+F, Antonio Geusa and Svetlana Taylor. Selection for the exhibition was one of the main criteria to determine the finalists of the competition. The jury included works created using digital technology: animation, video, painting, works created using computer graphics, neural networks, VR and AR.