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Exhibition October 13 − November 7, 2021

Moscow-Seoul: common intentions

Moscow Museum, together with the Triumph Gallery, the Moscow City Tourism Committee, the official tourist portal of Moscow and digital tourist service RUSSPASS are opening a group exhibition "Moscow to Seoul: Shared Intentions".

The project will present the works of contemporary Russian and South Korean artists, whose creative trajectories are somehow or other connected with the two capitals.

The curatorial solution of the exhibition is based on the paired demonstration of the artists' works. Within the exhibition space representatives of Moscow and Seoul are in a dialogue on the topics close to them: the relationship of global and local, personal and national identities, space and memory, tradition and modernity. The artists of the pair are united by the common conceptual field of contemporary culture and modern life. At the same time their works have obvious technical and genre differences, determined by many factors.

Participants: AES+F, crocodilePOWER, Recycle Group, Gensu Ahn, Daniel Antropov, Anka Akhalaia, Alexei Dubinsky, Gibom Kwon, Jay Yong Kim, Taisia Korotkova, Maxim Xuta, Alexei Kuznetsov, Chonung Lee, Jang Yong Min, Vladimir Martirosov, Pavel Otdelnov, Kwan Yong Chan, Lee Chinju, Jungen Chung, Suan Choi, Uram Choi, Genchul Chin.

Prepared according to the materials of the official website Museum of Moscow.

Galleries at the exhibition