Event: Stages of Life
Dates: Feb. 28, 2019 - March 13, 2019
Venue: Stages of Life, Harrow Arts Centre, London, UK
In this immersive visual art experience, the audience is taken on a journey through the ‘Stages of life’. A contemporary exhibition exploring a personal understanding of the subject of life, growth, aging and death. Resulting in various literal, as well as conceptual, interpretations of this theme.
This cutting edge exhibition is set in the beautiful grounds of Harrow Arts Centre, an old travellers school dating back to the 1850’s, offering images of something out of the Harry Potter world.
Amongst others, alumni and students from The Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins are taking over HAC to challenge one’s experience of a traditional art show and tackle the subject of life itself. Curated by Anna Kolosova & Steffania Zoledowska
Event: At the End of the Earth...
Dates: Sept. 14, 2018 - Sept. 20, 2018
Venue: At the End of the Earth..., Lega, Moscow Russia
At the End of the Earth...
Dates: Aug. 21, 2018 - Aug. 26, 2018
Venue: INTROSPECTIVE, 44AD Artspace (Bath)
Expect to be drawn into a riot of vibrant colour, nuanced calm, fantastical imagination and paint when Jimmy, Ryoko and Dariya come to town.
INTROSPECTIVE is an exhibition arranged by Jimmy Galvin, Bristol based autodidact Artist, Composer and Curator, whose work has been exhibited alongside many leading artists including Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Howard Hodgkin, Julian Opie, Banksy and the Chapman Brothers.
Accompanied by Ryoko Minamatani from Japan and Dariya Afanaseva from Russia, this much anticipated free admission exhibition will be open at 44AD artspace in central Bath from 21 - 26 August 2018.
Come and enjoy a special art soireé with the artists on Thursday 23 August as part of Bath at Twilight, whereby once a month, the city streets will be transformed with live entertainment, late-night shopping, an open-air summer market and great food and drink.
Wine and refreshments available.
Event: Russian-Chinese seasons 2018
Dates: June 13, 2018 - Sept. 10, 2018
Venue: Russian-Chinese seasons 2018, POPUPMUSEUM
In the "Russian-Chinese seasons 2018" will take part about 100 domestic and international authors. The exposition will include carefully selected works, representing outstanding examples of international contemporary art. The format of the exhibition "Russian-Chinese Seasons 2018" is ideal for those who have long been interested in contemporary art, and for beginners. It allows you to get acquainted with the best works of both domestic and international contemporary artists.
Event: White Exhibition
Dates: Feb. 2, 2018 - April 13, 2018
Venue: White Exhibition, Moscow
At the Central Scientific Library named after Zheleznov - the main library of the Timiryazev Academy.
Event: Continuity of generations
Dates: Nov. 24, 2017 - Nov. 30, 2017
Venue: The continuity of generations. Legacy AZLK, Technopolis "Moscow" Russia
The continuity of generations. Legacy AZLK in the technopolis "Moscow"
Event: Art in the interior
Dates: June 16, 2016 - June 26, 2016
Venue: Art - festival "Art in the interior", Moscow, BoConcept Russia
2016 Art - festival "Art in the interior" Moscow, BoConcept Russia
Event: Martini Art Club 2012
Dates: Sept. 14, 2012 - Sept. 28, 2012
Venue: Design Center ARTPLAY, Moscow
2012 "Martini Art Club 2012" at the Center of Design ARTPLAY
Dates: May 21, 2011 - May 21, 2011
Venue: BORSHCH, Moscow
One-day conceptual collective exhibition "BORSHCH" (Kursk railway station in Moscow) 21.05.11 curator Jura Kuevda
Dates: Oct. 9, 2010 - Oct. 9, 2010
Venue: FARSH, Moscow (Russia)
One-day conceptual collective exhibition "FARSH" (Kursk railway station in Moscow) 09.10.10 curator Jura Kuevda
Event: Altered States of Reality
Dates: Feb. 29, 2008 - March 20, 2008
Venue: Agora Gallery, Chelsea, New York (USA)
What appear to be breaks of color in Dariya Afanaseva’s paintings cultivate curiosity in the works. In some instances, these lapses in color are quite fascinatingly deliberate sections in which the artist purposefully does not add a layer of paint over the foundation of mixed media. These non-painted surfaces take unique shapes like ovals or butterflies. In other instances, the lack of color is actually a switch to a contrasting color. Rusty orange and sea-foam stripes interrupt gregarious planks of black, or violet and sea foam seem to be scraped at until precarious white lines emerge. It’s likely, however, the artist added these colors rather than subtracted other colors from the canvas. Layers therefore become pertinent to Afanaseva’s methodology and style...