Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow invites to the exhibition “Victor Pivovarov. Moscow album ». The project is dedicated to the work of an outstanding artist, one of the founders of "Moscow romantic conceptualism" - Viktor Dmitrievich Pivovarov.
The exhibits included the artist's new pictorial cycle “Moscow, Moscow!” (2017), his famous album “Actors” (1996) and the little-known albums “If” (1995) and “Florence” (2005–2010), which will become a real opening to the viewer.
In addition to the works of Pivovarov, the exhibition includes a sound installation from the preserved audio recordings of speeches by great philosophers, scientists, writers, poets, whose works and texts are inextricably linked to the works of the artist himself - Merab Mamardashvili, Alexander Pyatigorsky, Yuri Lotman, Sergey Averintsev, Yury Mamleev and Heinrich Sapgir.
Victor (Vitaliy) Dmitrievich Pivovarov was born on January 14, 1937 in Moscow. In 1957 he graduated from the Moscow Art and Industrial School of. MI Kalinina, and in 1962 - Moscow Polygraphic Institute. Illustrated many children's and adult books, as well as children's magazines "Merry picture" and "Murzilka". In 1982, Victor Pivovarov emigrated to Czechoslovakia and settled in Prague.