This grand show - the first large-scale retrospective of the Kabakovs - a joint project of the Tretyakov Gallery, Tate Modern Galleriesand State Hermitage Museum. The exhibition has already been presented in London and St. Petersburg with its own features of the exhibition and the composition of the exhibits.
The name of the project “Not everyone will be taken to the future” is borrowed from one of the most important installations, which occupies a central place in the exposition. The exposition includes all the plots and themes with which the Kabakov worked for many years. Visitors to the Tretyakov Gallery will be able to see the graphics of the 1960s, albums, paintings of the Soviet period, total installations, many models and huge, brightly shining canvases - new pictorial series by Ilya Kabakov.
Ilya Iosifovich Kabakov (born in 1933) - one of the founders of the Moscow conceptual school, the creator of a special kind of modern art - “total installation” Since the late 1980s, he has been carrying out all his projects together with his wife and co-author Emilia Kabakova.