100 Years of Performance (Version #3, Moscow, June 2010)
100 Years traces the development of performance art over the past century providing a fascinating overview of some of the most significant performance art movements, happenings, and seminal works, from the Futurist Manifesto in 1909 until the present day. The exhibition includes work by Yayoi Kusama, Yoko Ono's Cut Piece (1965); Francis Alys' When Faith Moves Mountains (2002); Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint (2005).
Presented by curators Klaus Biesenbach, PS1 Chief Curatorial Advisor and MoMA Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art, and RoseLee Goldberg, Director and Curator of Performance.
The Garage Center for Contemporary Culture is a new international arts center based in Moscow.
The Garage presents a progressive program of exhibitions by established and emerging international artists, hosts special on-site events including talks, film screenings, performances, and creative activities for children. It also provides a space for participation and exploration through their café and late-night events.
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