On August 6, Underground Museum will host a new exhibition as part of the cycle #three_ dedicated to the art of Konstantin Khudyakov, who works with digital techniques.
Konstantin Khudyakov is believed to be a master, who senses everything new, and who managed to “ride the wave” in time. The artist was able to foresee that over time in the process of interaction art, reality and new technologies will become part of each other. He was the first Russian artist to test digital techniques in art.
The exposition of the project #three_ this time included not paintings, but stereo-light panels: “The Angel Has Arrived" (2018), “The Golden Dragonfly” (2018) and “The Last Supper” (2018). The images depicted on the panels — the open mouth, the insect that seems to be artificially constructed, and the mannequins resembling those from cars crash tests — create a mesmerizing multidimensional space.
The exhibition also presents the computer animation by Konstantin Khudyakov from the cycle “Did Not Expect”, filled with spatial, light, dynamic and volumetric effects and visual references to classical painting.
The multimedia part of the exhibition introduces the artist's biography. You will learn about the activities of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, about the history of the M'ARS Center for Contemporary Art, founded in 1988, and about other projects of the master.
The project “Light Nature of Woman” (2018) by Konstantin Khudyakov presented in Underground Museum was nominated for the first Moscow Art Prize. The nominees’ works will appear in different pavilions and open areas of the park during August-September.
The exhibition will work in Underground Museum from August 6 to 30. The admission is free.
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