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Ilya Kabakov Sets Up Monument to Disappeared Civilization
26.10.2012 17:36
Ilya Kabakov Sets Up Monument to Disappeared Civilization

The recently opened Red October Gallery has presented the global installation Monument to the Disappeared Civilization by Ilya and Emily Kabakovs. 

      This project is a long-term dream of the artist to immortalize the memory of the space where he was born, studied and lived: it is the Soviet Union. Kabakov's subjective view on the disappeared reality consists of 140 independent works, collages and author’s texts. The installation which has already been shown at the first Kiev biennial exhibition of the modern art, is now for the first time being presented in Moscow. 

      Treatment with Memoirs can be considered one of the key installations in this project. Monument to Disappeared Civilization is nothing else but the artist’s immersion into the bygone epoch.

      The exhibition runs till December 3.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Ilya Kabakov Exhibitions in Moscow The USSR   

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