Garage invites blind and partially sighted visitors on free tours of the first Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art.
This spring, Garage is hosting the first Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art.
In order to explore contemporary art practices in today’s Russia, Garage curators have visited over 40 Russian cities. Working with local specialists, they have selected works by 68 artists, whose paintings, photographs, actions, collages, sculpture and installations, audio and video art are now featured at the inaugural Triennial.
Visitors are invited to learn about the main current trends in Russian contemporary art, reviewed in the seven sections of the exhibition, together representing the ‘spirit of the time’.
Each tour will be unique, with one extra work in the exhibition added to the main program each time.
Tours include audio description of works and the use of tactile models.
The tour has been developed by Garage’s inclusive programs manager Galina Novotortseva.