What: Linda Carrara’s “Madonna delle rocce”
Where: Galerie Iragui
When: through June 1
The gallery is open during the long holidays. The title the project refers to the works of Leonardo da Vinci, which become a starting point for studying morphology of the landscape of Adda river. The artist envelops the rocky shores with a frottage hatching that reveals the shape and softens its contours, giving the impression of a Renaissance "sfumato".
What: Roll on, time!
Where: HSE Art Gallery
When: through May 23
The fifth exhibition of HSE students promises to be interesting. Young and courageous people reflect on the topic of the future, in which they see a loss of historical memory, a collective lack of will, blurred values and, of course, new technologies.
What: Mikhail Kulakov. The Style of the Thaw Period
Where: ММОМА (10, Gogolevsky Boulevard)
When: through June 9
A large-scale retrospective of a landmark Soviet artist, whose works show signs of abstraction, gesture painting and symbolism. Curator Andrey Erofeev selected for the exhibition nearly 150 works from private and museum collections in Russia and Italy, where Kulakov emigrated in 1976.
What: Three Sisters
Where: The Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre
When: May 2, 7 pm
One of the main stage performances in the international program of the anniversary Golden Mask festival. Simon Stone leaves the text of Chekhov's play behind, and all the characters except Tuzenbach (irony) turn out to be Germans. Reviews of the play are very controversial, but it's worth to have a look.
Where: Theatre of Nations
When: May 3, 8 pm
The theatre performance directed by Svetlana Zemlyakova based on the play by Elfriede Jelinek colorfully explores the patterns of women's quest for personal happiness and a better life. It's rather relaxed and entertaining in style, but leaves a lot of questions. Hurry up, only few tickets left.
Where: Documentary Film Center
When: May 3, 4:30 pm
This film is a must-see for all the French cinema lovers. The story of an Israeli immigrant who came to Paris and who is trying to become a real Frenchman, will not leave anyone indifferent. And the Berlin Festival doesn’t award its main prize to just any movie.