Garage Screen. The ART Newspaper Russia FILM FESTIVAL

Date

From 17 September 2018 to 23 September 2018

Place

Garage Auditorium
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DESCRIPTION

This year Garage Museum of Contemporary Art will host the second edition of a festival of movies about art The ART Newspaper Russia FILM FESTIVAL, launched in 2017 by The Art Newspaper Russia.

The program includes nine movies, entrants in the 71st Cannes International Film Festival, the Sundance, and the Tribeca Film Festivals. Garage Auditorium will screen Shadowman by Oren Jacoby, a movie about the street artist Richard Hambleton, and Oscar, a movie about the co-founder of the non-official artistic group Lianozovo Oscar Rabin, that will be introduced by the directors Evgeniy Tsymbal and Alexander Smoljanski.

The audience of The ART Newspaper Russia FILM FESTIVAL will also have the chance to see movies about Robert Mapplethorpe (Mapplethorpe), Orson Welles (The Eyes of Orson Welles), Peter Greenaway (The Greenaway Alphabet), Bill Viola (Bill Viola: The Road to St Paul’s), Yayoi Kusama (Kusama: Infinity), Renzo Piano (Renzo Piano: The Architect of Light) as well as a documentary about the state of contemporary art market Blurred Lines.

ORGANIZER

TICKETS

Standard ticket 350 rubles

Ticket for Garage card holders 175 rubles

Concession ticket (for retired citizens, war veterans, large families, children under 18, disabled people, one carer) 175 rubles*

All movies will be screened in the original language with Russian subtitles
All movies are accessible for people with hearing impairments  

*Please bring proof of eligibility

Schedule

Shadowman

Richard Hambleton was the legendary street artist of the 1980s, provocateur, intellectual experimenter, who influenced several generations of artists, including Banksy himself.

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Director: Oren Jacoby
USA, 2017, 81 min. 16+

Date
Thursday, September 20
Time
20:00–21:30
Place
Garage Auditorium

Oscar

The first part of the duology From Barrack to Paris focuses on Valentina Kropivnitskaya, the daughter of poet, artist, and the head of Lianozovo group Yevgeny Kropivnitsky. Their house, not far from the Lianozovo train station, became a centre of artistic life, uniting avant-garde, nonconformist, and underground artists and poets in the late 1950s.

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Directors: Evgeniy Tsymbal, Alexander Smoljanski
Russia-Germany-France, 2018, 90 min. 16+

Date
Friday, September 21
Time
20:00–21:30
Place
Garage Auditorium