Until July 18, in Underground Museum you can see paintings by Vladimir Dubossarsky, Polina Shilkinite, as well as NFT art by Sergey Maslov aka Smaslom, Alexey Andreev and Anton Pascal.
The fourth exposition of the SOVRISK #onstream project demonstrates the continuity of artistic generations in contemporary Russian art with striking examples. Painting by Vladimir Dubossarsky and his student in the master's profile of the Higher School of Economics Polina Shilkinite is adjacent to the digital works of Sergey Maslov and a graduate of his author's course Anton Pascal.
The exposition also features the work by Alexey Andreev, the famous St. Petersburg digital artist, one of the creators of the full-length cartoon "Ku! Kin-dza-dza”.
The three main works for which, according to the SOVRISK #onstream concept, visitors can vote, included:
Vladimir Dubossarsky, work from the series "Cakes" (2020)
Now the artist works in painting, graphics and video techniques. In the series of recent years — "Light under water", "Cakes", "Cars", "Sweeter than sugar" — Vladimir Dubossarsky often turns to the objective world. His "heroes" are transformed from utilitarian objects into subjects of a cult, deified and endowed with their own consciousness and life.
Polina Shilkinite, "Yellow Bouquet" from the series "What will remain" (2021, premiere)
The artist graduated from the University of Hertfordshire (Great Britain) with a degree in illustration and a MA program in Contemporary Painting at the Higher School of Economics under the supervision of Vladimir Dubossarsky. She works with digital imaging, printing and painting. Participant of Russian and foreign exhibitions, including "Apartament" at the Congress Yard Project (USA), "I'm in the house" at the CCI "Factory" and "Forced Relations" at the HSE Art Gallery.
Igor and Ekaterina Pestov, "From America with Love" (2021)
The work received the most audience votes at the previous exhibition of the project and remains on display for another three weekends.
The NFT art wall has been completely renewed. Until July 18, Underground Museum presents:
Sergey Maslov aka Smaslom, "Triptych" (2020)
Alexey Andreev, "Call" (2016)
Anton Pascal, work from the series "WITNESS" (2020)
Tickets for the exhibition are available in "Schedule and Tickets"
, at terminals on the territory of the park and at the entrance of Underground Museum.
When visiting Underground Museum, you must use a protective mask and gloves, as well as maintain a social distance of 1.5 meters. If you have a temperature or symptoms of respiratory diseases, it is not possible to visit the park's facilities.