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German Video Art in the Russian Museum

German Video Art in the Russian Museum
2 november 2016—28 november 2016

The program “German video art in the Russian Museum” is organized in cooperation with Goethe-Institut and “Video-Forum” (Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin). The curators have selected eight pieces of art of video artists from Germany and other countries. 

Reflections on the Birth of Venus (Reflexionen über die Geburt der Venus)

1978, 00:21:46, color, sound, PAL,4:3

Ulrike Rosenbach

Born 1943 in Bad Salzdetfurth, lives in Saarbrücken

Ulrike Rosenbach presents the first generation of female contemporary artists who work with video art media From 1970-s onwards in her video art pieces, performances and multimedia installations she investigates the role of woman and its representation in the traditional culture. She forms her video performances by filming her actions and making them part of the sculptural installations. Rosenbach mainly addresses to the feminine images from art history. In her “Reflections on the Birth of Venus”we see the projection of the Sando Botticelli’s painting on the wall, the artist herself, the sand-full shell of the floor and an image of the sea surf. Embedded into the picture of Venus' figure the artist is revolving slowly around herself to the Bob Dylan’s song “Sad-eyed Lady of the Lowlands”. Like the rhythm of change between day and night the turning actress becomes alternatively visible and invisible.


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Faces / Faces / Muzzles

Faces / Faces / Muzzles

29 january—6 june 2022

The AZ Museum (Museum of Anatoly Zverev) presents one of its most successful exhibition projects "Faces / Faces / Muzzles".
The exhibition is timed to coincide with the 90th anniversary of the famous Moscow artist Anatoly Zverev (1931–1986) and is dedicated to the phenomenon of casual portraiture in Russian art of the 20th and 21st centuries.

The Seven Beauties

The Seven Beauties

27 january—20 june 2022

The exhibition, dedicated to the 880th anniversary of the outstanding Azerbaijani poet and philosopher Nizami Ganjavi, presents different types of art, uniting several historical eras with the images of his immortal poetry.

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