November 24, 2017 at 17:00 in the St. Petersburg Creative Union of Artists opens a collective exhibition "Without a subject" (painting, drawing, objects). The name speaks for itself. The post-war history of the non-objective art of Leningrad - Petersburg is inextricably linked with the names of Vladimir Sterligov and Pavel Kondratiev, students of Kazimir Malevich. In the words of Nikolai Kononikhin, "one began to create a school, the other - to develop modern plastics." The exhibition "Without a subject" presents, among other things, the works of followers of both the "Sterligovskaya school" and the "Kondratieff circle". The works of artists whose work is in the field of both figurative and abstract art are also exhibited. The exhibition will run until December 3 and is of exceptional interest to fans and connoisseurs of modern visual art.