The exhibition “Please, thank you, I’m sorry” in National Centre for Contemporary Arts curated by Zhenya Chaika reconsiders the theme of the Main project “Abracadabra”, offering new interpretation and exploring such intimate topics as home and family. “Please, thank you, I’m sorry” are magical words, which have power not only in fairy tales, but also in our everyday life.
(NCCA, 13/2 Zoologicheskaya Street)
Meanwhile, “The Site is under Revolution” by Barbara Cueto takes place in Moscow Museum of Modern Art. According to Cueto’s idea, the former Decemberists gathering place at Gogolevsky Boulevard has turned into a platform to study protest actions of the digital era. The project continues in the cyberspace via CosmosCarl.co.uk.
(MMOMA, 10/2 Gogolevsky Boulevard)
Strategic projects of 6. Moscow International Biennale for Young Art at NCAA and MMOMA Gogolevsky are on display till 22 of July.
Photo of the “Please, Thank you, I’m Sorry” Project. Courtesy Valery Nesymaev
Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė, YGRG 14X: reading with a singe hand, 2018, video, 29:56. Video still. Courtesy the artists.