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Stella Art Foundation Exhibition Featuring Works of HSE Art and Design School Teachers to Last until May 26

Stella Art Foundation Exhibition Featuring Works of HSE Art and Design School Teachers to Last until May 26

Evgenia Solomatina. From the series 'This Too Shall Pass.’ 2024

The Stella Art Foundation has launched the exhibition 'About All the Things That Live There’ by Curator of the Master’s track ‘Video Art’ at HSE Art and Design School Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Coordinator of the ‘Photography’ track at HSE Art and Design School Evgenia Solomatina, as well as artist Nina Kotel. The project is curated by Alexey Korsi.

Alexandra Mitlyanskaya. Cow at Dusk. 2014

The exhibition features more than 50 works shown to the public for the first time. These include photographs from the series 'This Too Shall Pass’ by Evgenia Solomatina, meditative static videos by Alexandra Mitlyanskaya (including a copy of the work from the collection of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts) and a new series of works by Nina Kotel.

Evgenia Solomatina, coordinator of the ‘Photography’ track at HSE Art and Design School, speaks about her works at the exhibition 'About All the Things That Live There.’

The exhibition project includes works from the photographic series 'This Too Shall Pass.’ This series brings attention to how focused we are on time and trying to manage it, yet we, in fact, do not notice it at all. The image of time always arises from memories, often associated with a place in which we were happy. This is nostalgia for childhood, carefreeness, and the warmth of our family. Each of us found ourselves in the gaps of childhood memories filled with joy. Sometimes, after a while, they fade, but more often they continue to affirm the significance of the present.

The exhibition will take place from March 29 to May 26, 2024 at Stella Art Foundation, Moscow City, Mercury City Tower, 1st Krasnogvardeysky Drive, 15, 2nd floor.

Opening hours: Wednesday—Sunday from 12 pm to 9 pm

Free entrance

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