CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE TRADITIONAL MUSEUM
28/09–3/11/2019. Saint Petersburg
Tree No 4

Anastasia Pavlitskaya’s man-made tree is assembled from pieces of real branches, like a construction set. The flow of branches mesmerizes the viewer and looks as if created from pixels —not digital, but analogue ones.

Project author

Anastasia Pavlitskaya

(Russia)

Graduate of the PRO ARTE Foundation's School for Young Artists (2013).

In 2008 she graduated from the Rostov Institute of Architecture and Arts of the Southern Federal University. Artist, architect, photographer.

Works with sculpture, objects, land art; experiments with various interpretations of space and form, with natural structures and urban landscapes. Took part in group exhibitions in Finland and Russia, the Antique and Avant-Garde Festival of Contemporary Art (Sevastopol, 2009), the 3rd Baltic Biennale (2012, St. Petersburg), and the parallel programme for Manifesta 10, the European Biennale of Contemporary Art (2014, St Petersburg).

Location
History of Religion Museum

Pochtamtskaya st., 14, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

Other projects here
Author: Vlad Kulkov
History of Religion Museum
Author: Lera Lerner
History of Religion Museum
When and Where

Museum of the History of Religion

Pochtamtskaya st., 14, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

8 (812) 315-30-80

http://www.gmir.ru

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Mon, Thu – Sun: 10:00–18:00, Tue 13:00–21:00

Wed – The museum is closed