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Retrospective of Yuri Albert to be Presented in Moscow
21.11.2013 17:05
Retrospective of Yuri Albert to be Presented in Moscow

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the first full retrospective exhibition of Yuri Albert, one of the key figures of the Moscow Conceptualism of the 1970s-80s.

      The project has been arranged in cooperation with the art curator Yekaterina Degot’.

      Yuri Albert (1959) is a Russian painter, graphic artist, the author of art objects. He is a conceptual artist with the key technique of what can be called “ironic citing” of well-known artists and works of art.

      Every exhibition of Yuri Albert is a conceptual gesture that questions the very concept of an exhibition, and even the entire retrospective of his creative work is not an exception.

      The exposition will include art works in a variety of genres, such as paintings, drawings, installations, video and audio projects, documentation of performances, as well as works with texts, which have actually gained him most of his popularity. The key projects and series by Yuri Albert will be accompanied with his early works, which have not been displayed for a long time, or never at all.

      The exposition includes both solo works, and a number of works created during the period of his creativity in the Kupidon art group. Altogether the exhibition will present over a hundred works from museum and private collections, as well as from the artist’s collection.

      The exhibition will be held from November 22 to January 12, 2014 at the address: 10, Gogolevsky Boulevard.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Yuri Albert Performances Modern Art Painting  

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