Table of contents:
- "Modernism without a manifesto" (part 1)
- Keiichi Tanaami "Land of Mirrors"
- Takashi Murakami "It Will Be Sweet Rain"
- #Patrick's Run
- Performance by Maxim Didenko and Brusnikin Workshop "10 days that shook the world"
- Premiere of the opera-promenade "The Queen of Spades"
- Husky Concert
- My son
- The start of the autumn season at The Orator Club
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"Modernism without a manifesto" (part 1)
When: from September 27 to November 20
G de: MMOMA
"Modernism without a manifesto" is a private collection of Roman Babichev, formed over the past 25 years and numbering about 4,000 objects of Russian art of the 20th century. Works by artists such as Alexander Labas, Yuri Pimenov, Georgy Rublev, Vladimir Lebedev and Fyodor Platov will be presented. Since the volume of the art archive simply did not fit into one exposition, the second part of the exhibition will begin at the end of November - after the first.
Keiichi Tanaami "Land of Mirrors"
When: From 28 September to 18 November
Where: Gary Tatintsian Gallery
“Like Warhol, I will not limit myself to one area, for example, only fine art or only design, and instead try myself in different ones,” Keiichi Tanaami admitted after his first trip to New York in 1967. The Japanese artist adopted Andy's experience and began to create mixed genre compositions that brought him worldwide fame. His work has had a significant impact on artists such as Tabaimo, KAWS and Takashi Murakami. About the exhibition of the latter - in the next paragraph of our cultural guide.
Takashi Murakami "It Will Be Sweet Rain"
When: from September 29 to February 4
Where: Garage Museum of Contemporary Art
It will rain gently is Takashi Murakami's first large-scale project in Russia. One of the key representatives of Japanese art has prepared an exhibition of five chapters. Each of them is a part of his native culture, which he has ever mastered in his work. One of them is reflections on the artist's work, the other is the influence of the events of August 1945 on cultural consciousness, the next is about the connection between Murakami's work and kawaii aesthetics. About what the remaining two, already this Friday you can try to guess on your own.
When: September 30
Where: Michel's Bakery
Throughout the past month, preparations were underway for a charity run in, probably, the most secular point on the map of Moscow - the Patriarch's Ponds area. Workouts from ProTrener studio and healthy breakfasts at Michel's Bakery - everything in order to run 450 meters with fun and excitement on September 30, if you are still very young, 3 km if you are not so familiar with running, and 5 km if confident in their abilities. To take part, you need to fill out a form at Michel's Bakery and make a donation. All proceeds will be donated to the Galchonok charity foundation.
Performance by Maxim Didenko and Brusnikin Workshop "10 days that shook the world"
When: from September 29 to October 8
Where: Museum of Moscow
“Yuri Petrovich Lyubimov is a whole layer in the history of Russian theater and culture in Russia. “Ten days that shook the world” is one of his first performances, this was the beginning of his director's life and the life of Taganka,”says Maxim Didenko. This work of director Didenko is not a restoration of the performance that was in 1965, but a rethinking of the material. Its premiere will be the central event of the large-scale exhibition Lyubimov and Time, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Russian theater reformer.
Premiere of the opera-promenade "The Queen of Spades"
When: October 1
Where: the Goncharov-Filippov estate
A classical opera based on a work by Alexander Pushkin and music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky will be performed for the first time in an immersive format. For two years, director Oleg Glushkov, composer Nikola Melnikov and the creative laboratory Troyka Multiart have worked to ensure that the viewer has the opportunity to immerse himself in what is happening as much as possible. Read about the preparation of the opera-promenade in the article “Troyka, seven, ace”.
When: September 30
Where: RED club
Rapper Husky burst into the media space in the shortest possible time: here he is on the pages of our colleagues - Esquire magazine, others call him "the new Yesenin" and "the big star of Russian hip-hop
When: from 28 September
A soul-tearing story about a missing child, whom parents are trying to find with all their might - their roles are played by Guillaume Canet and Melanie Laurent. The completely silent trailer reveals that their son has been kidnapped and that the distraught father will stop at nothing in his quest.
Where: Presnenskaya embankment, 12
The AVIATOR restaurant, which is not yet a year old, has prepared an autumn update. Chef Miroslav Belotserkovsky added goat cheese salad in honey-mustard sauce with figs to the menu, the section of hot dishes added Manchurian hare fillet with parsnip puree, and for sweets, you can order a warming dessert made from baked chocolate. The wine list has also been updated.
The start of the autumn season at The Orator Club
When: from 25 September
Where: The Orator Club
“The first rule of the club: not to tell anyone about the club” is definitely not about The Orator Club, whose main goal is to teach you to speak and do it loudly, intelligibly and brightly. In addition to oratory and speech technique, the club's program includes acting, leadership, business etiquette, and from this, for the 11th season, there are two new directions: “Strategic networking. Business and Social Communication "and" Public Speeches ". The only similarity with Boytsovskiy is that this club is also closed and in order to "accept the fight", you need to register a membership.
Text: EKATERINA POKLAD
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