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Lecture Cycle: Dissymmetrical Similarities

26 September – 19 December 2017


Garage is launching a new season of the lecture cycle by Irina Kulik—one of the Museum's most popular education cycles for the widest audience.

This autumn, the cycle will be devoted to artists in the broadest sense of the word. What do we know about the tragic disappearance of Dutch conceptualist artist Bas Jan Ader? What is the British electronic music pioneer and co-founder of Roxy Music Brian Eno also famous for? Why did Alighiero Boetti invent an identical twin for himself, and why were all his letters to famous artists and critics returned to him undelivered? Most importantly, what do these artists, who seem so different, have in common? Drawing connections between them, Irina Kulik’s lectures allow listeners to develop a better understanding of contemporary art practices and their contexts.   


Irina Kulik, PhD is an art critic, culture expert, lecturer at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), and author of numerous publications on contemporary art, cinema, and music.


Entrance is free, but space is limited. Please arrive early.

Please note that the lecture cycle will be conducted in Russian without translation into English.

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