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Central House of Artist in Moscow
January 24, 2018 09:43


The Central House of Artist, the largest exhibition center of Russia, was opened in November 1979.
CHA is a unique phenomenon in the cultural life of Moscow, where each of the multitude of visitors finds something they look for - either spiritual escape or, on the contrary, the community and the kinship of like-minded people. The spacious and friendly interiors of the Central House of Artist, brimming with the atmosphere of creativity, spiritual and material culture, have always been a favorite place for meetings and communication of art lovers of all ages.
Since the mid 1980s, CDH has hosted a sensational series of exhibitions by foreign artists such as Cartier Bresson (France), Guenther Jukker (Germany), Francis Bacon (England), Giorgio Morandi and Yannis Cunellis (Italy), Robert Rauschenberg and James Rosenquist (USA), Salvador Dali (Spain), Jeanne Tengley (Switzerland), Yves Saint Laurent (France), Rufino Tamayo (Mexico). Hence is the significance and popularity of the Central House of Artist as a world rostrum of fine arts.
Great interest was stirred by exhibitions from the museum collections of Russia and neighboring countries. Those were K. Petrov-Vodkin, Z. Serebryakova, A. Kuprin, A. Osmorkin, N. Krymov, A. Lentulov, V. Tatlin, and other artists, whose names are part of the Golden Fund of Russian Art.
Numerous exhibitions from the permanent storage facility of the Central House of Artists were successfully held in a number of countries in Western Europe and America.
After the collapse of the Artists Union of the USSR and the establishment of the International Confederation of Artists' Unions, the Central House of Artist managed to keep up creative contacts with the Union of Artists of the former Soviet Union republics. Moreover, it developed good chemistry with the galleries of Moscow and various cities of Russia, as well as the Baltic countries, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan.
The International Confederation of Artists’ Unions held four Moscow International Art Salons (Central House of Artist-98, CHA-99, CHA-2000 and CHA-2001), which engaged not only the Union of Artists of the former Soviet republics, but galleries of several European countries as well.
The friendly relations that have developed over the course of 20 years with various foreign galleries and museums make it possible to have regular exhibitions of German, English, American, Swiss, Israeli and Italian artists at the Central House of Artist.
In recent years, exhibitions of architecture, design, artistic design of industrial goods, fashion, photography, and advertising have played an important role in the exhibition activities of the Central House of Artist. Annual exhibitions and fairs, such as "Antique Salon", "Design and Advertising", "Architecture and Design", "Shop Design", "Ambiente Russia" and "Non Fiction" represent the entire range of modern art development trends in a wide variety of areas. The concept of holding specialized exhibitions is that, first of all, their artistic or humanitarian content must be in line with the profile and style of CHA.
Along with extensive exhibition programs, the Central House of Artists conducts film and concert activities, with screenings of new films, holding festivals, concerts, and meetings with the famous figures of theater and cinema.
As any other exhibition complex, CHA has a restaurant, a billiard room and bars, where visitors can relax after excursions.
Address: 10, Krymsky Val Street, next to Oktyabrskaya and Park Kultury metro stations, Moscow.
See details on the official site of the Central House of Artist

 


Sources: http://museum.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

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