For the first time in its history the Festival puts up an exhibition that brings together all its projects. The exhibition presents replicas of the works created for the museums, findings of the research carried out by St. Petersburg students in the museums-participants of the Festival; it also displays A Couple of Great Things We’ve Learned from Museum Attendants – installation by Vladimir Seleznyov, and a photo-project developed by the students of the Moscow-based Rodchenko School of Photography and Multimedia guided by Vladislav Efimov. The exhibition can be viewed at the Festival’s main venue – ARTMUZA creative cluster.
ARTMUZA is a new creative cluster located in the former “Muzdetal” musical instrument factory on the Vasilyevsky Island (St. Petersburg). Its total area covers 13,000 m2; the cluster gives home to several art galleries, design studios, advertising agencies, creative spaces, interior studios, business art institutes, as well as artists’ and sculptors’ studios. ARTMUZA features four galleries with total space of 2000 m2, and also serves as a venue for regular master-classes in art and design, and various lectures and seminars. At present over a hundred artists, architects, designers and art studios work on the cluster’s premises.
Adress: 70–72, 13rd Line, Vasilievsky Island
Metro: Sportivnaya, Primorskaya
Tel.: (812) 313-47-03
Opening Hours: 11.00-20.00