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Exhibition "Searching For the Beginning"

Sixteen beginning artists of the British Higher School of Art and Design will introduce projects in various formats and techniques.
August 29–Semptember 8, 10:00–21:00
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August 29–Semptember 8, 10:00–21:00
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In the center of the authors' research is a topic that is close not only to beginning artists, but also to everyone who is constantly searching for new things and dares to make fundamental changes in life, profession, and creativity.

Search is a fundamental element of artistic practice and a research method that determines the formation of author’s individuality. It is extremely important for a beginning artist to find some initial points in the coordinate system to continue to build his creative activity.

The artists tried to find this “base” using classical and modern mediums: sculpture, installation, site-specific projects, objects, and video art.

The exhibition is a part of the Parallel Program of Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair which will be held from September 6 to 8 at Gostiny Dvor. The exhibition will open at Zaryadye on August 29 at 19:00. The curator of the exhibition is Mikhail Levin, an artist, teacher, and curator of the Contemporary Art program at the British Higher School of Art and Design.


British Higher School of Art and Design has been one of the most important educational centers in Russia since 2003. The school specializes in professional education in the field of creative and business industries.
BHSAD works in close partnership with the School of the Creative Arts of the University of Hertfordshire in the UK and has more than 100 educational programs on design, art, and business.

Cosmoscow is an international contemporary art fair designed to bring together both Russian and international collectors, gallery owners and artists. The fair was founded in 2010 by art critic, patron of young Russian artists and collector Margarita Pushkina.
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