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From 19 to 21 February, D'art gallery will hold an exhibition of contemporary art ROUND 1.0. within the Archiloft art space

The exhibition will consist of a selection of 13 young artists. It will include both works already known to connoisseurs of contemporary art, and those that will be presented for the first time. The project was attended by such painters as Fedor Petrik, Vigen Kirakosyan, Yulia Malinina, graphic artist Aleksey Bevza and sculptors Natalia Baranova, Mikhail Liberty, as well as Digital artist Kirill Rave.

The exhibition will be the first large-scale project of the D'art gallery, which was founded by a young gallery owner and artist David Davidyants.

A program has been prepared for the guests of the exhibition for each day of the event:

The opening ceremony of the exhibition will take place on 19 February at 19:00. Guests will be able to get acquainted with the art objects of the artists. Acquaintance with the exhibits will be accompanied by audio and video effects. For VIP-guests in the evening there will be a show program with the participation of actors from leading Moscow theaters. A show of a new collection of designer clothes, a light show, live music, a buffet table and the opportunity to participate in a closed auction will be organized.

On February 20, guests will be able to learn more about paintings and contemporary art in general from the speakers. Everyone will be able to participate in the general discussion and ask their questions. The following topics of round tables await guests:

• 11: 00-12: 00 "Classical and contemporary art: what's the difference?", Svetlana Bakharaeva
• 12: 00-13: 00 "Digital art - art of the future or the present?", Kirill Rave
• 13: 00-14: 00 "The impact of the global pandemic on contemporary art", Taisiya Korotysheva
• 14: 00-15: 00 "New projects for a contemporary artist", Petr Baranov
• 16: 00-17: 00 “Contemporary Art in Online Realities. Pros and Cons ", Yuri Omelchenko
• 17: 00-18: 00 "Strategy and positioning of the artist's personal brand", Andrey Berger
• 18: 00-19: 00 "I like it when art uses the achievements of modern technologies, without losing thought and aesthetic beauty", Andrey Shkarin

After the educational part, an after-party with a DJ, performances and alcoholic beverages will be organized. At the end of the evening, guests with Standard + or VIP tickets will have the opportunity to win one of Fyodor Petrik's works - a sculpture of Chelobrek.

On February 21, the exhibition will run on the last day from 12:00 to 23:00. Guests will be able to enjoy the works of artists before handing them over to patrons of the exhibition.

Throughout the exhibition, guests will have the opportunity to purchase branded products in collaboration with artists: hoodies and T-shirts.

“The scale of the exhibition pleases with its abundance, every buyer will certainly find a job for the interior and according to his mood. Here you can see all the trends of contemporary art: from "canvas, oil" to a colored object, from abstraction to hyperrealism, from a pronounced fragment to mystical surrealism. The exhibition will become the first stage in promoting young artists on the map of the capital, ”said the curator of the exhibition, Petr Baranov.

D'art gallery is a gallery of contemporary art that presents the work of young Russian and foreign artists and acts as a platform for their promotion in the art market. Exhibition activity is one of the main directions of the D'art gallery. Our main goal is to promote the development of contemporary art, as well as the spread of new trends emerging in Russian art circles.