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News / April 12, 2021

Sculpture to the International Day of Human Space Flight

April 12 is the International Day of Human Space Flight celebrating the first human space flight, carried out by Yuri Gagarin in 1962. The Mediacenter of Zaryadye park (Moscow) has initiated a large-scale group art project COS20MOS21 which rethinks the themes of the infinity of the Universe, galactic flights and human life beyond the Earth. The major place takes the sculpture by Valentin Korzhov “Observer of Immense Space”. It features the face of Gagarin as a beholder of two conditions: earthly and cosmic, personal and historical. This three-meter art object reflects on the deep philosophical roots of Russian Cosmism, the spiritual origins of the first human space flight and the transcendent act of overcoming the metaphysical borders.

Sculpture to the International Day of Human Space Flight

April 12 is the International Day of Human Space Flight celebrating the first human space flight, carried out by Yuri Gagarin in 1962. The Mediacenter of Zaryadye park (Moscow) has initiated a large-scale group art project COS20MOS21 which rethinks the themes of the infinity of the Universe, galactic flights and human life beyond the Earth. The major place takes the sculpture by Valentin Korzhov “Observer of Immense Space”. It features the face of Gagarin as a beholder of two conditions: earthly and cosmic, personal and historical. This three-meter art object reflects on the deep philosophical roots of Russian Cosmism, the spiritual origins of the first human space flight and the transcendent act of overcoming the metaphysical borders.

Author: Valentin Korzhov, Observer of Immense Space, 2021, mixed media, multimedia, 300 × 650 × 250 cm. Video: Iraida Yusupova, Valentin Korzhov
Posted on: April 12, 2021
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Publication / February 11, 2021

Russian Curators Abroad

We continue posting in our Library section main trends and observations on Russian contemporary art in the world context. The article is dedicated to the leading Russian curators launching large international projects, and some of them are already joining the cohort of professional opinion-makers.

Russian Curators Abroad

We continue posting in our Library section main trends and observations on Russian contemporary art in the world context. The article is dedicated to the leading Russian curators launching large international projects, and some of them are already joining the cohort of professional opinion-makers.

Author: Arceny Zhilyaev, The Keepers, 2020
Photo: Jeanchristophe / Manifesta
Posted on: February 11, 2021
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Exhibition / October 30, 2020

Veronika Nikiforova is the winner of our Open Call for curators

We’re happy to announce the winner of the Open call for curators in the framework of the upcoming 2nd Curatorial Forum arranged by the National Center for Contemporary Art in St. Petersburg. It’s VERONIKA NIKIFOROVA, an independent curator, researcher and art manager, based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Veronika Nikiforova is the winner of our Open Call for curators

We’re happy to announce the winner of the Open call for curators in the framework of the upcoming 2nd Curatorial Forum arranged by the National Center for Contemporary Art in St. Petersburg. It’s VERONIKA NIKIFOROVA, an independent curator, researcher and art manager, based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

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Publication / October 27, 2020

Art Catch is the official partner of the 2nd Curatorial Forum of NCCA

Art Catch is the official partner of the 2nd Curatorial Forum of NCCA in St. Petersburg. In November 2020, we’ll be showcasing an online group exhibition which will be a part of this grand research curatorial event. Curatorial Forum is an annual international project organised by the National Center for Contemporary Arts (NCCA) in St. Petersburg.

Art Catch is the official partner of the 2nd Curatorial Forum of NCCA

Art Catch is the official partner of the 2nd Curatorial Forum of NCCA in St. Petersburg. In November 2020, we’ll be showcasing an online group exhibition which will be a part of this grand research curatorial event. Curatorial Forum is an annual international project organised by the National Center for Contemporary Arts (NCCA) in St. Petersburg.

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Publication / October 9, 2020

Open Call for curators

Open call for curators to showcase a contemporary art scene of St. Petersburg to the international public. The group exhibition will be held on the international platform Art Catch. There’s no particular topic – the curators are free to chose what they find actual and important at this given moment of time. The artists selected should be based in Saint-Petersburg, working in various or one media.

Open Call for curators

Open call for curators to showcase a contemporary art scene of St. Petersburg to the international public. The group exhibition will be held on the international platform Art Catch. There’s no particular topic – the curators are free to chose what they find actual and important at this given moment of time. The artists selected should be based in Saint-Petersburg, working in various or one media.

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Publication / October 14, 2020

Present Future: Digital Art

“Present Future: Digital Art” is our 5th online meeting in the framework of ANIZOTROPIA online exhibition by Valentin Korzhov. It’s the first show of the brand-new international platform Art Catch with the focus on Russian contemporary art and 3D technologies in featuring art.

Our experts are a constellation of Russian artists and art professionals on international level: artists Recycle Group, Denis Semionov, Aristarkh Chernyshov, as well as Anastasia Gliebova (V-Art online platform for digital art), Anna Shvets (TAtchers’ Art Management) and Yana Tibben (Art Catch online gallery & cultural hub).

FOLLOW THE LINK TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT

https://bit.ly/3dls9gi

Present Future: Digital Art

“Present Future: Digital Art” is our 5th online meeting in the framework of ANIZOTROPIA online exhibition by Valentin Korzhov. It’s the first show of the brand-new international platform Art Catch with the focus on Russian contemporary art and 3D technologies in featuring art.

Our experts are a constellation of Russian artists and art professionals on international level: artists Recycle Group, Denis Semionov, Aristarkh Chernyshov, as well as Anastasia Gliebova (V-Art online platform for digital art), Anna Shvets (TAtchers’ Art Management) and Yana Tibben (Art Catch online gallery & cultural hub).

FOLLOW THE LINK TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT

https://bit.ly/3dls9gi

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Publication / October 5, 2020

Eva Arakcheeva’s work on the VII MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL BIENNALE FOR YOUNG ART

Eva Arakcheeva’s “Venus vs User” from the “Shooter” series is participating in Special Project of the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. The project builds around the idea of the “map of human nature” and is an attempt to project modern human consciousness in the scale of a single exhibition. According to the curator’s idea, each hall is a certain level of human knowledge. The exhibition begins with the knowledge of the “external”, that is, our life in physical space. Next, it is proposed to make a journey “deep” — to the essence of human nature.

Eva Arakcheeva’s work on the VII MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL BIENNALE FOR YOUNG ART

Eva Arakcheeva’s “Venus vs User” from the “Shooter” series is participating in Special Project of the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. The project builds around the idea of the “map of human nature” and is an attempt to project modern human consciousness in the scale of a single exhibition. According to the curator’s idea, each hall is a certain level of human knowledge. The exhibition begins with the knowledge of the “external”, that is, our life in physical space. Next, it is proposed to make a journey “deep” — to the essence of human nature.

Photo: Eva Arakcheeva, Venus vs User, 2016-2019, oil on canvas, 130 x 200 cm.
Posted on: October 5, 2020
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News / October 5, 2020

Philosophy in Contemporary Art

On October 8, 18:00 (CET) we’ll be launching our fourth conversation in the framework of online ANIZOTROPIA exhibition. The time will talk about philosophical approach to understanding contemporary art and the role of philosophy in art. We’ll dive into the conflicting issues of implications and deep ideas that underlie the exhibition and art in general. The speakers will be announced shortly. Please, register and follow the event updates via https://bit.ly/3lhfwFY.

Philosophy in Contemporary Art

On October 8, 18:00 (CET) we’ll be launching our fourth conversation in the framework of online ANIZOTROPIA exhibition. The time will talk about philosophical approach to understanding contemporary art and the role of philosophy in art. We’ll dive into the conflicting issues of implications and deep ideas that underlie the exhibition and art in general. The speakers will be announced shortly. Please, register and follow the event updates via https://bit.ly/3lhfwFY.

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News / September 30, 2020

International Art Promotion

In the framework of ANIZOTROPIA online show, we continue a series of online discussions with experts and professionals in the art art field. October 01, Thursday, 18:00 (CET) is dedicated to international art promotion.

International Art Promotion

In the framework of ANIZOTROPIA online show, we continue a series of online discussions with experts and professionals in the art art field. October 01, Thursday, 18:00 (CET) is dedicated to international art promotion.

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News / September 23, 2020

Immersive Tech for Art

Cappasity & Art Catch webinar. Nathalie Reyes (Director of Innovation & Strategic Partnerships at Cappasity Inc.) and Yana Tibben (Founder of Art Catch will talk about the cutting-edge immersive technologies for showcasing art. The webinar will run in the framework of online exhibition ANIZOTROPIA by Valentin Korzhov at Art Catch, offering 3D images of the sculpture and objects.

Immersive Tech for Art

Cappasity & Art Catch webinar. Nathalie Reyes (Director of Innovation & Strategic Partnerships at Cappasity Inc.) and Yana Tibben (Founder of Art Catch will talk about the cutting-edge immersive technologies for showcasing art. The webinar will run in the framework of online exhibition ANIZOTROPIA by Valentin Korzhov at Art Catch, offering 3D images of the sculpture and objects.

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News / September 1, 2020

crocodilePOWER solo exhibition “To catch the attention of a selfie-taking Sphinx”

Impressive solo show of our artists crocodilePOWER “To catch the attention of a selfie-taking Sphinx” has opened at Marina Gisich Gallery in Saint Petersburg.

crocodilePOWER solo exhibition “To catch the attention of a selfie-taking Sphinx”

Impressive solo show of our artists crocodilePOWER “To catch the attention of a selfie-taking Sphinx” has opened at Marina Gisich Gallery in Saint Petersburg.

Photo:: © crocodilePOWER
Place:: Marina Gisich Gallery
Posted on: September 1, 2020
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News / August 24, 2020

Nikolay Onischenko’s new work is featured at All-Russian Decorative Art Museum, Moscow

Nikolay Onischenko’s new body of work “The Institute for Development of Time” is featured at a recently opened group exhibition “15 Minute Break” at All-Russian Decorative Art Museum in Moscow. The work presents a documented mystification of some non-existing Institute for Development of Time (IDT), established in 1973 to do research and projects with a focus on optimisation of work.

Nikolay Onischenko’s new work is featured at All-Russian Decorative Art Museum, Moscow

Nikolay Onischenko’s new body of work “The Institute for Development of Time” is featured at a recently opened group exhibition “15 Minute Break” at All-Russian Decorative Art Museum in Moscow. The work presents a documented mystification of some non-existing Institute for Development of Time (IDT), established in 1973 to do research and projects with a focus on optimisation of work.

Photo:: Vladimir Yarotsky
Place:: All-Decorative Art Museum
Posted on: August 24, 2020
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