Russian Contemporary | Drawing. No Limits
The Russian Contemporary project is a series of exhibitions with a purpose to make the foreign spectator familiar with the main trends and the style of the Russian contemporary art.
Drawing. No Limits — is intended to acquaint the non-Russian with the major directions presently developing in contemporary Russian art: from three-dimensional installations to textual works, from architectural forms to graphic novels. Russian Contemporary: Drawing. No Limits brings together 23 contemporary Russian artists of different generations, both established and mid-career.
The project RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY. Drawing. No Limits was introduced to the public at the end of January 2016 in the Russian House of Science and Culture in Berlin at first.
The second show RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY. Drawing. No Limits was shown in May, in the Pushkin House (London). By this time the project was updated and supplemented by several more authors.
Information partners in London were Russia Beyond the Headlines and Kompass. More than 50 publications in the media and feedback prove the success of the project.
Then the project was divided into two parts. The first part was shown at viennacontemporary. And other part was shown at SWAB Barcelona. Both fairs showed high public interest of the works.