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July 20August 26, 2018

Convenient Art at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art

An exhibition, Convenient Art, will open at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMoMA). It is a joint project by MMOMA, the Free Workshops Contemporary Art School and the University of Applied Sciences, Tampere, Finland.

The exhibition will be held as part of MMoMA’s programme to support young art and a special programme of the 6th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. Young artists, such as Tatyana Belkina, Yelizaveta Veselova, Anton Gayenko, Yevgeniya Gorskaya, Natalya Grezina, Stepan Krasnov, Emina Lindholm, Julia Matinniemi, Alexandra Mitiku, Yekaterina Molchanova and Alexei Ryumin, will take part in it.

The Convenient Art group exhibition is comprised of three sessions. Together, they describe various types of art accessibility through interactive installations, objects, video, sculpture, graphics and performance.

The first session demonstrates art that is convenient for transporting and exhibiting, while the second and third sessions show art forms based on convenient means of communicating with the viewer.

The notion of accessible art covers many aspects, such as pricing on the art market, the dialogue between contemporary artists and audiences, as well as their interaction with the exhibition space. The people behind the Convenient Art exhibition consider the phenomenon of art accessibility from the perspective of the artist, and also define new forms, methods and means of producing modern art in the digital age.

An exhibition, Convenient Art, will open at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMoMA). It is a joint project by MMOMA, the Free Workshops Contemporary Art School and the University of Applied Sciences, Tampere, Finland.

The exhibition will be held as part of MMoMA’s programme to support young art and a special programme of the 6th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. Young artists, such as Tatyana Belkina, Yelizaveta Veselova, Anton Gayenko, Yevgeniya Gorskaya, Natalya Grezina, Stepan Krasnov, Emina Lindholm, Julia Matinniemi, Alexandra Mitiku, Yekaterina Molchanova and Alexei Ryumin, will take part in it.

The Convenient Art group exhibition is comprised of three sessions. Together, they describe various types of art accessibility through interactive installations, objects, video, sculpture, graphics and performance.

The first session demonstrates art that is convenient for transporting and exhibiting, while the second and third sessions show art forms based on convenient means of communicating with the viewer.

The notion of accessible art covers many aspects, such as pricing on the art market, the dialogue between contemporary artists and audiences, as well as their interaction with the exhibition space. The people behind the Convenient Art exhibition consider the phenomenon of art accessibility from the perspective of the artist, and also define new forms, methods and means of producing modern art in the digital age.

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