On March 25, GARAGE cardholders will be the first to see three new exhibition projects: Present Continuous; Assuming Distance: Speculations, Fakes, and Predictions in the Age of the Coronacene; and David Claerbout’s solo show Unseen Sound.
Visitors are invited to join scheduled tours of the exhibitions. The Rooftop Pavilion will be open for GARAGE cardholders, offering food and drinks from a special menu. From 18:00, visitors can enjoy Maya Klugman’s DJ-set at the Rooftop Pavilion.
Assuming Distance: Present Continuous, Speculations, Fakes, and Predictions in the Age of the Coronacene
The exhibition will present projects that explore the vast and intriguing territory of artistic speculation.
Curators: Ekaterina Lazareva, Ekaterina Savchenko, Iaroslav Volovod
The exhibition tells the stories of five unrealized projects, including a reconstruction of Gorky Park and a light project for the Moscow Kremlin.
Curators: Ekaterina Inozemtseva and Sasha Obukhova, with the participation of Tonya Trubitsyna
David Claerbout’s solo exhibition opens a series of three projects devoted to the moving image, which will take place over the summer. Using video, photography, and 3D technology, Claerbout creates images that defy visitors' expectations and understanding.
Curator: Valentin Diaconov
GARAGE cardholders get a year of free priority entry to exhibitions, discounts on tours, education programs, film screenings and concerts, and purchases in Garage Café and Garage Bookshop, as well as invitations to special events.
To find out more about the membership program or purchase a card, please talk to our staff at the information stand or visit our website.