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Hope-Stop! Alena Boika | Moscow Biennale | 01.02.2005
HOPE-STOP!
On January 26, when the press-conference of the First Moscow Biennale was at its height, an exhibition called Hope-Stop! opened at the Anatoly Zverev Center of Contemporary Art in Moscow. Its promoters called it an anti-Biennale. Moscow-based art critic Andrey Kovalev asked the exhibition’s participants a simple question: "It is rumored that Hope-Stop! is an anti-Biennale. Is it true or not?"…
Semionautsvs vs. Demiurges Andrej Kovalev | Moscow Biennale | 01.02.2005
SEMIONAUTSVS VS. DEMIURGES
Vain endeavors to find out the curators' conception constituted a real challenge for Moscow art critics. The curators pronounced mere words and shocked representatives of Moscow art community because after all, they revealed no intellectual accompaniment, which usually accompanies international events of this kind. Hopes of Dialecticians The situation proved especially piquant as highly…
First Moscow Biennale:A Warm Place in the Cold Dmitry Bavilsky | Moscow Biennale | 01.02.2005
FIRST MOSCOW BIENNALE:A WARM PLACE IN THE COLD
In other countries, biennales are planned to attract tourists during high season. The art presentation in Moscow may have been aimed to accomplish some esoteric objective. Otherwise it is impossible to understand what and for whom this one was intended. The First Moscow Biennale was supposed to demonstrate that our day has come. For a whole week of the month-long exhibition, art critics and…

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