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Exhibition program Winzavod.Open

14 June — 21 July 2019
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Exhibition program Winzavod.Open


Winzavod Fund for the Support of Contemporary Art presents Winzavod.Open for the second time. The project is aimed to support educational initiatives in the field of contemporary art.

Opening the exhibition of six institutions will be the highlight of the programm, among which: Baza Institute, Institute of Contemporary Art, The Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, RANEPA School of Design, Moscow Art Theater School named after Chekhov and British Higher School of Design.

The project will occupy all Winzavod’s exhibition space: White Hall, Red Hall, Big Wine Storage and the pop-up space of the Fertility Hall.

The exhibition program will be supplemented by a parallel one, in which institutions will present their strategies, results, intermediate studies and reflections on the topic of modern art and education. The parallel program will include discussions, conferences, inter-institutional events, excursions, defenses, reports, plays, performances and presentations.

For the first time Winzavod.Open held in 2018 - three thousand people visited the exhibition and educational program. In 2019, the number of participants has been increased, but Winzavod.Open aim remained unchanged – to present various education process strategies and the results of the most progressive educational initiatives, as well as to provide a space for dialogue between all the participants of the educational process. 

Please note that every Thursday the exhibition is open until 22:00.


June 14 – July 15, 2019


The poorest class: animals, Big Wine Storage (left part)

Curator: Anatoly Osmolovsky

The anthropocene criticism will become the exhibition’s underlying purpose, where students and graduates of Baza Institute will take part.

In the в anthropocene a human being is the pivotal measure, value and main criterion, according to which everything that happens on our planet is measured. The anthropocene criticism is the critiques of human eye, and human being attempt to take the other's point of view. In this case – animals’ point of view. Here is the main pathos of this criticism.


Communities and Spaces, Big Wine Storage (right part)

Curator: Stanislav Shuripa

Communities and Spaces is a group exhibition of undergraduates and graduates from the Institute of Contemporary Art. Throughout this institute’s’ history, its students and graduates have been founding various teams and groups. The structure of the exhibition Community and spaces reminds a labyrinth: viewers can walk, moving from one room to another.

Each room represents one of the artistic associations. Expositions/ installations include works of association’s members and documentation telling about the history, exhibitions and other significant events for the life of the group. On the basis of respective groups’ spaces may take place performances, presentations and young artists speeches.


A drill, White Hall

Curator: Kirill Preobrazhensky

At the exhibition A drillwill be presented the landmark works of students and graduates of the School workshops, performed at the junction of various techniques, addressing pressing problems and revealing current ideas of modernity. Some of the works are provided by XL, pop/off/art, Vladey, RuArts galleries and private collectors of contemporary art.RANEPA SCHOOL OF DESIGN

RANEPA School of Design

(Un) realistic, Fertility Hall

Curators: Sergey Serov, Katerina Terekhova

The (Un) realistic project is dedicated to exploring borders between real and virtual spaces of the digital age with the help of graphic design.


Seek the theatre, pop-up space of Fertility Hall (opening on June 28, 2019)

Curator: Vanya Bowden

Seek the theatre – exhibition of diploma projects of higher education programme Theatre Designer students, Faculty of Scenography and Theatre Technology of the Moscow Art Theater School. 
Modern theater has long gone beyond the classical scene. An artist task is in many ways to understand the most diverse spaces: from museums to factories. In modern realities, when everything has already been said and done before, the artist has to seek his theatre constantly, every time developing visual language and way to present his own vision. The exhibition represents the intermediate result of 5-year own theatre search of Moscow Art Theater School students - intermediate because the search never ends.


Coexistence: boundary settlement, Red Hall

Curator: Mikhail Levin

Portal of Human Unity, Red Hall

Curator: Svetlana Taylor

British Higher School of Art and Design exhibit will unite two projects in the Red Hall. The first one is Coexistence: boundary settlement, a graduation piece of second-year students, additional vocational training Modern Art at BHSAD. The exhibition is devoted to explore possible artistic practice limits in the modern discourse of time and place. Students will try to find answers to questions in the context of coexistence of modernity components: new and old, nature and human, also as gender roles. The exhibition will show objects, videos, installations, audio works, in which young authors designate their position.

The second project Portal of Human Unity will be presented by Multimedia Art program students. It includes three independent artistic blocks. 64 circles – is performance-reproduction of government-society communication which diligently simulates the culture and ideology of their relationship. The project was created in the framework of Mikhail Maximov’s course.

Death to Art - audio installation of Evgeny Voronovsky’s sound laboratory - a hybrid form of the avant-garde poetry of Basilisk Gnedov and digital onomatopoeic spells. Trees will sprout in us - fairy-tale Mystery fragments, which will premiere fully in July at one of the Moscow theaters. The project is about the beginning and the end, about birth and death, which are not subjective, but entirely belong to the field of the objective as any process.