1. The Yekaterinburg Movie of Everything // Exhibition #5 - Russia 2012

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    GARAGE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY CULTURE PRESENTS THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING EXHIBITION #5 MOSCOW 2013 26th April to 2nd June 2013 Last summer The Museum of Everything trekked across Russia searching for artists for Exhibition #5, the country’s first and largest survey of contemporary, self-taught, non-traditional art. Our journey started in Yekaterinberg and continued to Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, St Petersburg and Gorky Park in Moscow, where our quest for untrained, undiscovered and unintentional artists continued. In every city we visited, we met artists and curated a local show featuring their artworks. To see Exhibition #5 in action on the road, check out one of the movies below or visit our blog here. Exhibition #5 opened on the 26th April 2013 at Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Gorky Park, Moscow, and featured many of our discoveries, plus an outstanding group of historic self-taught Russian artists. For more information please visit www.musevery.com or www.musevery.ru.

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    • The Nizhny Novgorod Movie of Everything // Exhibition #5 - Russia 2012

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      GARAGE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY CULTURE PRESENTS THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING EXHIBITION #5 MOSCOW 2013 26th April to 2nd June 2013 Last summer The Museum of Everything trekked across Russia searching for artists for Exhibition #5, the country’s first and largest survey of contemporary, self-taught, non-traditional art. Our journey started in Yekaterinberg and continued to Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, St Petersburg and Gorky Park in Moscow, where our quest for untrained, undiscovered and unintentional artists continued. In every city we visited, we met artists and curated a local show featuring their artworks. To see Exhibition #5 in action on the road, check out one of the movies below or visit our blog here. Exhibition #5 opened on the 26th April 2013 at Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Gorky Park, Moscow, and featured many of our discoveries, plus an outstanding group of historic self-taught Russian artists. For more information please visit www.musevery.com or www.musevery.ru.

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      • 100 Years of Performance Art

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        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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        • Kreemart at Garage CCC, Moscow, 10/11/11

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          Silver Noses // Gala Dinner by Marina Abramovic and Dasha Zhukova at Garage CCC, Moscow, 10/11/11 www.kreemart.com

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          • AES+F: The Feast of Trimalchio

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            Russian artists AES+F (Tatiana Arzamasova, Lev Evzovich, Evgeny Svyatsky and Vladimir Fridkes) present their 9-channel video installation and a series of large-scale digital ‘paintings’ which create The Feast of Trimalchio. The installation envelops visitors in a temporary hotel paradise, where they can enjoy the excesses of wealth, luxury and gluttony. The people who inhabit this tropical and exotic hotel are either ‘masters’ or ‘servants’. 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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            • Francesco Vezzoli: Les Ballets Russes Italian Style

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              Francesco Vezzoli : Ballets Russes Italian Style The artist presents an exhibition exploring his iconic performance piece with Lady Gaga and dancers from the Bolshoi Ballet. The highly visual performance took references from Le Bal (1929), the only one of the Ballets Russes’ performances that was designed by Balanchine in collaboration with an Italian artist, the Surrealist Giorgio de Chirico. Vezzoli collaborated with others to conceive every detail of the interior space, which included a piano artwork by Damien Hirst and costumes by Miuccia Prada, to create a “living, breathing artwork.” The elaborate work combined the different genres of video, petit-point embroidery, photography, and live 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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              • Interview Daan Roosegaarde for 'Decode' at Garage CCC in Moscow

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                http://www.studioroosegaarde.net - Interview with artist Daan Roosegaarde about his interactive landscape Dune and future concepts at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow.

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                • The New GARAGE Center for Contemporary Culture at Gorky Park

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                  Tour around the new office of GARAGE Center for Contemporary Culture!

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                  • Russian interview with Daan Roosegaarde for TV1 Moscow

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                    Russian interview with Daan Roosegaarde for TV1 Moscow about his ‘Dune’ at ‘Decode, Digital Design Sensation’ at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow. http://www.garageccc.com/events/lectures/17300.phtml Новейшие компьютерные технологии, как способ оживить современное искусство. В Москве открылась необычная выставка, где размыта граница между творцами и участниками. Там каждый может создавать неповторимые образы, нисколько не опасаясь за последствия. В России такое происходит впервые - представлены сразу 26 то ли арт-объектов, то ли диковинных изобретений. Кто бы мог подумать, что сложные компьютерные коды можно сделать искусством? "Новые технологии в руках современных художников - это такие же материалы для творчества, как камень, глина, холст или краски, - говорит куратор выставки Луис Шеннон. - В этом водовороте цифр, букв и знаков то и дело высвечиваются разные слова и фразы, которые выхватывает наш взгляд". "Чем этот бурный поток информации не символ Интернета?" - задается вопросом Л. Шеннон. Всемирная паутина, блоги, социальные сети, данные навигаторов... Всему, чем пользуются люди в новом веке, художники подобрали любопытные метафоры. На выставке каждый может оставить даже небольшое видеопослание. Наличие смысла не обязательно. Используя даже самые передовые цифровые технологии, художники, похоже, все-таки тоскуют по далекому прошлому. Когда создание обычной фотографии требовало неподвижности и невероятного терпения, а любое движение моментально запечатлевалось навсегда. В таинственном "Венецианском зеркале" отражаются сами зрители. Только время в Зазеркалье течет по-другому, напоминая о бренности и скоротечности. Инсталляцию "Одуванчик", напротив, избавили от философии. Это же так весело - сдувать виртуальный пух настоящим феном. По словам Дэмиена Уитмора, "у многих людей - страх перед новыми технологиями". "Они думают, что ничего не поймут и все испортят, - говорит директор по связям с общественностью музея "Victoria&Albert", - но эта работа показывает им, что все это легко и даже приятно". Дотошные зрители, конечно, разглядят и камеры, и микрофоны, и проекторы, установленные повсюду. Но художники призывают все-таки видеть глубже. По словам куратора выставки, они хотели показать людям, что за любым изображением на их мониторе всегда есть еще и неожиданный скрытый смысл. 12/02/2011, Moscow RU.

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