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Artwin Gallery

The mission of the Artwin Gallery, founded in 2012 by Mariana Guber-Gogova, is to support and promote young artists from Russia and the CIS working in a variety of media from painting to video art. Artwin Gallery is an active member of the international art community, organizing and supporting exhibitions of its artists abroad and taking part in numerous international fairs, including the Armory Show, New York; Art Dubai; Art Central, Hong Kong. Partner artists of the gallery include: Evgeny Antufiev, Evgeny Granilshchikov, Polina Kanis, Alexey Korsi, Olya Kroytor, Gulnur Mukazhanova, Tim Parchikov, RADYA, Dima Rebus, Anna Titova, Artem Filatov, Mika Plutitskaya, Vladimir Chernyshev, and Ustina Yakovleva.

 

As part of Cosmoscow, Artwin Gallery presents a dialogue project between Vladimir Chernyshev and Ustina Yakovleva who are well known for rethinking traditional artistic practices through the prism of their unique artistic language and mythology. The project was brought to life by the unique situation of the current year when society was faced with the need to rethink most of the mechanisms of its functioning from technological innovations to the importance of non-mediated communication. For the first time in a long time, basic values, skills and social institutions came to the fore of the international agenda. Aainst this background, turning to the study of manual, labor-intensive techniques in the field of contemporary art and the issue of personal mythology and interest in the archaic in the broad sense of the word become relevant again.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2020: Vladimir Chernyshev, Ustina Yakovleva.

  • Left: Mollusk XXIV Ustina Yakovleva  (b. 1987)  Fabric, beads, nylon thread 220 x 15 х 15,5 cm 2019  Courtesy Artwin Gallery and the artist  Right: Star Vladimir Chernyshev  (b. 1992)  Baked clay  Diameter 25 cm Edition of 6 2020  Courtesy Artwin Gallery and the artist
    Left: Mollusk XXIV Ustina Yakovleva (b. 1987) Fabric, beads, nylon thread 220 x 15 х 15,5 cm 2019 Courtesy Artwin Gallery and the artist Right: Star Vladimir Chernyshev (b. 1992) Baked clay Diameter 25 cm Edition of 6 2020 Courtesy Artwin Gallery and the artist