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Exhibition Do It Moscow Opened in Moscow
5.05.2014 17:45
Exhibition Do It Moscow Opened in Moscow

The Garage contemporary culture center has opened the exhibition Do It Moscow. 

      It presents works by 120 artists, architects, composers, writers, choreographers and art communities from 32 countries.

      The project Do It was contrived by two artists and one curator while getting together in a caf once. They set out to make an exhibition that could exist for an unlimited time and display works that could be created without their authors’ presence. Their solution - an exhibition of works created by following artists’ instructions - has proved to be quite tenacious: for as long as twenty years already this constantly expanding and mutating project has been traveling around the world.

      About a hundred instructions have been selected for Moscow version: most of the works described therein are ready, but some of them will be left for visitors to create.

      The exhibition runs till July 6.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Garage Modern Art   

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