Co-thinkers

exhibition

24.10.2019 - 23.02.2020

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Co-thinkers at the Arsenal in Nizhny Novgorod

October 23, 2019 – February 23, 2020

 

From October 23, the Arsenal in Nizhny Novgorod will show Co-thinkers, the key project within Garage Museum of Contemporary Art’s regional exhibition program for 2019.

Co-thinkersis an experimental exhibition project developed in 2016 by the team at Garage. It is a modular exhibition that is different in every iteration, and is the result of a collaboration between professional curators, collectors who lent works, and a team of devoted visitors to the Museum.

In Yekaterinburg in 2017 the project was adapted to the local situation through the public program. In Nizhny Novgorod it is beingre-produced from scratch, the format responding to the needs ofthe Arsenal and its co-thinkers. The exhibition was developed in collaboration with five Arsenal visitors for whom the institution has become a space for personal fulfilment, growth, and meeting others through encounters with contemporary art. Executive director of the Association of the Families of Deafblind People Yulia Kremneva, retired Arsenal invigilator Svetlana Zhuravlyova, inclusive theater projects participant Ekaterina Krylova, chef and ex-barista at the Arsenal Yevlad, and the head of the Nizhny Novgorod branch of the All-Russian Society for the Deaf Andrey Savushkin took part in every stage of preparation, from the selection of works to exhibition design.

Two exhibition spaces at Arsenal will become a “backyard,” a place that promises a safe environment for every person to grow and learnand offers great opportunities for self-discovery. The works exhibited in this space are windows intothe bottomless pool of ideas and knowledge created by the key international artists of the second half of the twentieth century and recent decades, as well as being topics fordiscussion. Co-thinkers features works by Louise Bourgeois, Maurizio Cattelan, Marc Quinn, Melvin Moti, Rob Pruitt, Neo Rauch, Robert Rauschenberg and James Rosenquist, all from private collections.

Over its four-month run the exhibition will be accompanied by an extensive public program, developed in collaboration with the five co-thinkers. It includes tours, discussions in the exhibition space, and masterclasses for visitors with and without disabilities.

In order to instigate a discussion around art using various languages, special interactive modules bringing together a number of tools designed to enhance the perception of art have been integrated in this edition of the show.

Concept: Anastasia Mityushina, Maria Sarycheva

Curators at the Arsenal: Anastasia Mityushina, Curator, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Alisa Savitskaya, Head of Exhibitions, NCCA-ROSIZO Volga-Vyatka region branch

Garage co-thinkers: Elena Fedorova, Evgeny Lyapin, Elizaveta Morozova, Polina Sineva

Arsenal co-thinkers: Yulia Kremneva, Ekaterina Krylova, Andrey Savushkin, Yevlad, Svetlana Zhuravleva

Exhibition architecture: [MISH]studio ( Misha Maslov, Anna and Bogdan Streletsky)
Project manager: Arina Nesterova
Project team: Lada Talyzina, Evgeniya Ignatushko, Ekaterina Maguskina, Mitya Morovov

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art
Anton Belov, Director
Anastasia Tarasova, Head of Department Exhibition, education and research projects
Daria Kotova, Head of Development and Marketing

NCCA-ROSIZO Volga-Vyatka region branch
Anna Gor, Director
Elena Belova, Deputy Director for creative strategy

General Partner
Nizhpharm (STADA Group)

The exhibition opening hours: Tuesday — Sunday, 12:00-20:00.
Entrance tickets: 200 rub., reduced — 100 rub.
Every Wednesday the exhibition is free to visit.

Address of the exhibition: Nizhny Novgorod, Arsenal, Kremlin, building 6, right wing, 1st floor.
Phone: +7 (831) 422-45-54

 

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