Art | April 8, 2011 |


Friday, April 15th
5 – 10 PM

Exhibition of Taisia Korotkova
Saturday, April 16th
1 – 6 PM

ART MOSCOW and non-commercial exhibition of Taisia Korotkova, the Kandinsky Prize Winner 2010, invite you to a reception at colourblindGallery during Art Cologne 2011 in Germany.

In Reproduction series Taisia combines impressions on her recent stay in the hospital with imagery of recent technology for artificial insemination. Reproduction depicts the process of high-tech artificial child production in the contemporary world. In images she strips bare the intimate subject of child perception without any privacy by depicting the process as purely scientific and machine based. The anti-utopist Korotkova stresses that she recreates the already observed with sharper edges, however, the style reminds of optimistic illustrations of the 1960s with the cold pastel tones in tempera.

Korotkova paints modern icons in the technique of old icon painting with a dip of humanized social realist painting. In December 2010 Taisia received the Kandinsky Prize for two works from the Reproduction series. In 2011 Taisia Korotkova is invited to participate at the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.

ART MOSCOW is happy to invite you to the exhibition and reception and inform about the 15th International art fair in Moscow and art events in September 2011.

Art Calendar in Moscow, September 2011:
Preview: 20.09.2011
Fair: 21 – 25.09.2011

Kandinsky Prize: 16.09 – 18.10.2011

4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art:
Opening: 22.09.2011

ART MOSCOW, the highest ranking contemporary art fair, will hold its 15th edition on 21 – 25 September 2011 in Moscow at the Central House of Artists. Within 5 days the fair traditionally attracts 25,000 visitors.

During 15 years of its existence Art Moscow has provided itself to be the most effective market ground of contemporary art on the Russian art scene that affords maximum opportunity for implementing cultural and commercial ideas. The success of Art Moscow arises from its professional adequacy to present the momentum of contemporary culture development in Russia.

ART MOSCOW became for collectors a usual place to buy works of contemporary art. The total sales at the ART MOSCOW in 2010 amounted to 4.465 million EUR, of which 2.426 million were direct sales and 2.039 million with booking. The total share of profits of foreign galleries amounted to 44% (1,998), with Russian galleries totaling 56% (2,467).

Sputnik Art Foundation is a non-profit organization whose activities are directed at the expansion of space and the audience of contemporary art. In its activity the foundation seeks the extensive use of modern technology. The visitor will have the opportunity to take a look at the electronic catalogue of Taisia Korotkova as well as the collection of electronic book on Russian contemporary art produced with support of the Foundation.

Art Moscow is particularly thankful for the cooperation with Alexander Solovey, the owner of colourblindGallery. ColourblindGallery is dedicated to show young contemporary artists from Eastern Europe and Russia.

During the reception Christina Steinbrecher (Art Director, Art Moscow) and Anne Maier (Expert of the Art Moscow Selection Committee) will be available for questions.

Schaafenstraße 37-39,
50676 Cologne, Germany
Ph: +49 17 86 77 22 22

General Info ART MOSCOW:
Victoria Kondrashova (Director)

Christina Steinbrecher (Art Director)

Press Contact:
Anne Maier (Member of the Expert Council of Art Moscow)


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