Pandemic through the eyes of contemporary artists — in the new exhibition space of the park.
By purchasing a ticket, you confirm that you and all the persons for whom you are purchasing tickets:
- are less than 65 years old at the time of the event; ;
- have no diseases, the , list of which is determined by the order of the Moscow Department of Healthcare No. 1117 from September 25, 2020, which obligate not to leave the place of residence (stay) under the conditions of the high-alert regime in Moscow;
- have no suspected case of the Novel Сoronavirus infection (2019-nCoV), as well as manifestations of an acute respiratory viral infection and other acute respiratory diseases;
- haven’t contacted with people who had been diagnosed with the Novel Сoronavirus infection.
By purchasing a ticket, you give your consent to the State Autonomous Institution of Culture of Moscow “Park Zaryadye” to process your personal data and the personal data of the persons for whom you are purchasing tickets. Processing includes collection, recording, systematization, storage, clarification, use, depersonalization, blocking, deletion, destruction, as well as transfer for processing to the executive authorities of Moscow and their subordinate organizations responsible for compliance of the high-alert regime. The purpose of processing is to control the your and the persons’ for whom you are purchasing tickets compliance of the restrictions provided by the decree of the Mayor of Moscow dated 08.06.2020 No 68- УМ and related to the high-alert regime in the context of the spread of COVID-19, including the time when you attend the relevant event (use the ticket) and the time before.
The exposition shows the global experiences that have arisen in connection with the pandemic. There is no surprise that the demonstration of works by Russian and foreign authors resembles Instagram feed: created in different techniques and genres, the works are adapted to giant screenshots three by three meters, forming an artistic chronicle of images and meanings.
Artists of the project: Steffen Kraft aka ICONEO (Germany), who became popular for his illustrations, reminiscent of the problems of the modern world; Katie Meladze presents the work revealing the problem of impossibility to get to Easter services during the pandemic; Andrei Shkarin shares ideas about “extrication of responsible citizens from the restrictive measures”; Andrei Lyublinsky shows empty landscapes of Moscow, and Angelina Ermachkova devotes her work to delivery men who provided us with everything we needed during the quarantine.
The Northern Underpass is a redefined technical underpass located at –1 level of the park under the Northern Landscapes and transformed into a full-fledged urban promenade. The brutal decoration of the urban space becomes a natural background for the art and offers guests a new route connecting the two main park entry points — from the Vasilevsky Descent and from Kitaygorodsky Passage.
During the autumn, the exposition will be complemented with new works.
To visit the exhibition, you need to register on the website, in the mobile application, or get a free ticket at the interactive terminals of the park.
Due to the threat of the novel coronavirus infection spread (2019-nCov) in Moscow, people over 65 years old, as well as those who have certain diseases
or have been in contact with those who are sick with 2019-nCov, are restricted from visiting exhibitions, performances and other cultural and leisure activities.
Please note that you must use protective mask and gloves and keep a social distance of 1.5 meters. If you have a temperature or respiratory disease symptoms, you can’t visit the exhibition.