Free guided tours in sign language are available for the fall exhibition season at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
During the sign language tour visitors will get acquainted with Yin Xiuzhen’s work Slow Release—a twelve-meter long architectural structure in the form of pill. Visitors can move inside the capsule, the shell of which is sewn from more than two hundred square meters of red and white clothes, donated by Muscovites.
Featuring works by Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein and Robert Longo, Proof offers insight into the singularity of vision through which artists can reflect social, social, cultural and political issues of their time. Spanning eras and continents, each artist witnessed the turbulent transition from one century to another, experiencing the seismic impacts of revolution, civil unrest, and war.
At the first large-scale exhibition in Russia of the Slovenian art collective Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK), NSK: FROM KAPITAL TO CAPITAL, tour participants will discuss the key events of 1980–1992: concerts, exhibitions, theatre productions, performances, underground actions and public appearances, related to the activities of the groups who formed NSK: Laibach, IRWIN, Scipion Nasice Sisters Theater and design department New Collectivism.
Tours have been designed by Vlad Kolesnikov, the Garage MCA inclusive program manager, in collaboration with the Museum guides.