Moscow: contemporary art off the beaten track



One of the many joys of contemporary art is the places it takes you. From former factories and warehouses to church crypts, farms and disused public toilets: artists everywhere have long been making and exhibiting work in unexpected locations. The same is true in Moscow, a city that is increasingly becoming known as a contemporary art hub.
On the horizon is the imminent opening of billionaire Leonid Mikhelson’s V-A-C space. A decommissioned 1907 power station known as GES-2 has been radically reconfigured by architect Renzo Piano and is planned to include not only exhibition spaces, but... read more

 
29 November 2019 in Auto, Views: 92
Source: The Week
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