In it, you can study in detail the works that became part of the project and were exhibited in the “pavilion of the future” and in the hall of Media Center.
Anna Krasnaya, "Fly" (2020)
On the first floor of the virtual Media Center, you can see Valentin Korzhov's "Observer of Immense Space", as well as digital paintings by Sasha Vinogradova, Alexey Andreev, Marina Fedorova and other artists.
Going down to the “pavilion of the future” of COS20MOS21, you will see the works of Recycle Group, crocodilePOWER, Aristarkh Chernyshev, Kaykhan Salakhov, Andrey Smirnov and Ekaterina Trubina, Varvara Kuzmina, Anna Krasnaya, Danila Tkachenko, Yanina Boldyreva. Next to them are busts of Soviet space heroes, created in the 20th century by sculptors Ariadna Arendt, Lev Kerbel, Boris Talberg, Lev Matyushin, Andrei Faydysh-Krandievsky and Anatoly Grigoriev, as well as a sculpture "Valentina" by Yuri Neroda brought from Switzerland, dedicated to the first woman cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova.
The COS20MOS21 exposition also included a group video installation from popular TikTok bloggers, including Kate Brush (6.1 million subscribers), Dasha Borovik (5.8 million subscribers), Treysi Max (4.7 million subscribers), Nikita Morozov Perfe (4.3 million subscribers). For the first time they performed on an equal footing with contemporary artists.
Each work can be explored in more detail by clicking on the + or play button (for video).
Go on a tour at the link: https://www.zaryadyepark.ru/3d/cos20mos21/