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Aiyoung Yun

13 November 2002—15 January 2003
Aiyoung Yun, the Korean leaving in Paris, had her personal exhibitions in London, Madrid, Paris, and took part in international such exhibitions as FIAC (Paris), ARCO (Madrid), biennial Kvanchzhu (South Korea). She is a videoartist and her main material is reminiscences and dreams. She uses effect of video installation intensified with sound and three-dimensional space to make a reality of a transition state between tangibility and illusiveness of the world. Video art allowed the young artist to express the many-dimensional world. The exhibition in the Marble Palace presents one of Aiyoung Yun's installations, Secret Garden, where the world of reminiscences and fantasies of the artist is religiously recreated with the help of video projections, lasers, three-dimensional images and sounds. In a dark hall, in the middle of an artificial phosphorescent garden there is a flowered almond-tree, and transparent screens with video projections of the naked artist levitating above streams of water in its branches. Among the artificial flowers, situated along the paths of the garden, video projections are blooming. Murmur of a waterfall mixes with puffs. The exhibition is organized with the help of the French Institute in St.Petersburg, the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Russian representative office of the company Samsung Electronics, the Korean fund of Art and Culture and the gallery Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris), the Embassy of Korean republic in Moscow.
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For the Glory of Russia. Entrepreneurs and Patrons in Russia in the 18th – Early 20th Centuries

For the Glory of Russia. Entrepreneurs and Patrons in Russia in the 18th – Early 20th Centuries

6 June—5 August 2024

Merchants, the “third estate”, at that time, were the basis of Russia’s economic power. The Stroganovs, the Demidovs and other entrepreneurs sometimes established entire “empires” with their own settlements, roads and internal regulations. The richest merchants became nobles and patrons of the arts. The exhibition is unique, both in the themes it explores and in the works it presents.

Olga Rozanova (1886–1918): An Art Revolutionary

Olga Rozanova (1886–1918): An Art Revolutionary

16 May—2 September 2024

Olga Rozanova's retrospective exhibition at the Russian Museum comprises art works from different collections. It will feature about 50 paintings and more than 100 graphic works illustrating all periods of her artistic career.

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