A social story about a museum visit and special learning materials will help visitors with autism immerse themselves in the world of Viktor Pivovarov’s exhibition The Snail’s Trail.
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art and the Vykhod Foundation for autism-related issues invite visitors with autism on a tour of Viktor Pivovarov’s exhibition The Snail’s Trail.
The major retrospective of Viktor Pivovarov, prepared in celebration of the artist’s 80th birthday next year, shows the artist—one of the leaders of Moscow Conceptualism—as a painter, book designer, illustrator, theoretician, creator of conceptual albums, memoirist, and writer. The exhibition is organized as a romantic journey, allowing visitors to explore the artist’s mind.
The tour is tailored for people with autism and involves extra visual and ludic elements, allowing for a better understanding of the exhibition and the unique world created by the artist.
A special presentation and a social story by Garage staff will help people with autism prepare for the visit and recall their favorite moments of the tour afterward.
A quiet room will be made available, should participants wish to rest during the visit.
The tour includes a workshop based on Viktor Pivovarov’s works.