Motherland, Perm Museum of Modern Art, November 2011

by Yulia Tikhonova on December 6, 2011

A large group exhibition Motherland opened in Perm Museum of Modern Art, PERMM November 14th, 2011 Motherland brings together about 30 artists who engage in rhetoric of Soviet Russia. If during the 2000s the artists mocked and condemn the Russian symbolic as a symbol of the past, now they apparently came back to the patriotic [...]

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Voina will co-curate 7th Berlin Biennale

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