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The exhibition hall of Media Center introduces projects by Yan Ginzburg, Taus Makhacheva, Evgeny Antufiev, Pavel Otdelnov, Alexey Martins, Igor Samolet, Igor Shelkovsky and other artists nominated for the 1 Moscow Art Prize.
Besides the exhibition hall, the works of the nominees will appear in the pavilions and on the territory of the park during the autumn. Thus, in Ice Cave, you can see “Noah's Ark” by Maxim Kharlov, and next to the pavilion entrance, there is installation «Being and Time» by Valentin Korzhov. In the hall of Media Center, you can watch video works by Dmitry Venkov, Olesya Alekseeva and Alexey Gorbunov, paintings by Konstantin Batynkov, works by designer and artist Andrei Lyublinsky, and see photographs by Igor Mukhin from his book “Moscow Light”. Next to the Media Center entrance, there is the “Filter” by Grigory Orekhov, made of red organic glass. In Nature Center you can see and listen to “Protosymphony” by Alexey Dyakov, dedicated to Sergei Prokofiev. Next to the Nature Center entrance, there is a five-meter sculpture “The Guardian” by Dmitry Aske.
Moscow Art Prize is an award in the field of contemporary art. The project of the Foundation for the Contemporary Art, implemented with the support of the Moscow Government. The collection of applications for participation in the 1 Moscow Art Prize started in November 2019. The competition is held in five nominations: Fine Arts and Architecture, Cinema, Theater, Music, Literature. The prize fund is 33.000.000 rubles.
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.