Whitechapel Gallery, London (UK)

V-A-C Foundation and Whitechapel Gallery present Cabaret Kultura, three evenings of experimental performance which take inspiration from the history of cabaret and avant-garde theatre of early 20th Century Russia.

V-A-C Foundation and Whitechapel Gallery present Cabaret Kultura, three evenings of experimental performance which take inspiration from the history of cabaret and avant-garde theatre of early 20th Century Russia.


Whitechapel Gallery, London (UK)

Over the course of a year, four displays of works drawn from the V-A-C Collection are selected by four internationally acclaimed artists.  

September 2014 - September 2015

Over the course of a year, four displays of works drawn from the V-A-C Collection are selected by four internationally acclaimed artists.

 


Sergey Sapozhnikov

Total Picture

Curated by Curated by Francesco Bonami
Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Milan (Italy)

Emerging Russian artist Sergey Sapozhnikov’s debut solo show in Italy and his first exhibition in a historical museum, featuring a selection of his photographic works.  

Emerging Russian artist Sergey Sapozhnikov’s debut solo show in Italy and his first exhibition in a historical museum, featuring a selection of his photographic works.

 


Curated by Massimiliano Gioni
co-produced with the New Museum, New York (USA)

Ostalgia brings together the work of more than thirty artists from twenty countries across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics. Contesting the format of a conventional geographical survey, the exhibition will include key works produced by Western European artists who have depicted the reality and the myth of the East.

Ostalgia brings together the work of more than thirty artists from twenty countries across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics. Contesting the format of a conventional geographical survey, the exhibition will include key works produced by Western European artists who have depicted the reality and the myth of the East.


Victoria Gallery, Samara (Russia)

November – December 2009