Garage Museum of Contemporary Art invites deaf and hard of hearing visitors to the 2nd Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art, which is called A Beautiful Night for All the People and brings together artworks by over seventy artists from across the country.
The 2nd Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art has opened at Garage.
Whereas the inaugural Triennial, which took place in 2017, was the result of a curatorial investigation into the Russian art community, the 2020 edition is based on the study of relationships operating in Russian art today and the curators’ rejection of the idea of expertise. The curators delegated the selection of participants to the artists who contributed to the first Triennial, thus revealing to the visitors the previously hidden relationships between artists and encouraging the viewer to reflect upon how contemporary art exists in present-day Russia.
This is why deaf and hard of hearing visitors will walk along unique routes through the survey together with the Museum’s guides. In addition to the main route, the guides, together with visitors, will each time explore the relationships between the artists—friendly, professional, romantic, and random—that drive Russian contemporary art. Original guided tours, developed by Garage’s deaf guides, will allow participants to look at the show from different angles and will provide an opportunity for a thorough exploration of the exhibition.