Free tours of the fair's exposition are taking place from 8 to 10 September.Tours start at 2.30 pm and 4.30 pm.Duration of the tours is 40 minutes.Groups are being formed at the Reception desk.
Location: Gostiny Dvor, 4, Ilyinka St. (4th entrance).
Box offices opening hours: from 12 pm to 7:30 pm.
Admission free of charge for children under 16.
Friday, September 9, 1pm
Friday, September 9, 2pm
Ali Gureli, Contemporary Istanbul’s Founder and Chairman; Margarita Pushkina, Founding Director of Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair. Moderator: Arie Amaya-Akkermans, writer (Hyperallergic), moderator and round tables participant (Art Basel), member of the Ab Anbar team, Tehran, Xenia Vytuleva, art historian, theorist and curator, assistant professor, Columbia University, New YorkDetails
Friday, September 9, 3pm
Giovanni Gasparini, Programme Director at Christie's Education, MSc Art, Law and BusinessDetails
Friday, September 9, 4pm
Julia Topchiy (Artsy), Igor Markin (Art4), Aristarkh Chernyshev (artist). Moderator: Zain Talyarkhan (Christie’s Russia)Details
Saturday, September 10, 1pm
Irina Zadorozhnaya, Yuri Gudkov. Moderator: Nadezhda Sheremetova.Details
Saturday, September 10, 2:30pm
Sergey Bratkov, Igor Mukhin. Moderator: Katerina ZuevaDetails
Saturday, September 10, 4pm
Anastasia Bogomolova, Julia Spiridonova. Moderator: Nadezhda Sheremetova.Details
Saturday, September 10, 6pm
Olga Shishko, Alexey Maslyaev.Details
Sunday, September 11, 1pm
Pavel Luksha, Alena Ivanova-Johanson, Anna Shvets, etc.Details
Saturday, September 11, 3pm
Mariana Gogova, founder of the Gogova Foundation and Artwin Gallery (Moscow), Alexey Maslyaev, Cosmoscow non-for-profit programme curatorDetails
Sunday, September 11, 4pm
Denis Krukov, Alexey Maslyaev.Details
Sunday, September 11, 5pm
Andrey Kuzkin, MishMash, Elena Petrovskaya, Gasan Gusejnov, Vladimir Levashov, Alexei Novoselov, Julia Lideman, Alexei Maslyaev, Vasili Tsereteli (MMOMA), Elena Zhukova (Art World Foundation). Moderator: Natalia Tamruchi.Details
Cosmoscow Kids programme is developed by the School of Modern Art (SOMA) specially for Cosmoscow 2016 edition.
As part of the programme, children are encouraged to participate in a fascinating three-day creative adventure. They will discover and master the collage technique as well as individual methods used by a number of important artists from Picasso to Braque. The programme will also include workshops and other sorts of artistic activities, both individual and collective.
Using a single technique, on day-to-day basis children will be making up beautiful and fascinating world step by step. This unique integral project has to be lived through. Working on this global collage city they will form an attitude towards the world.
What is more important: to reveal your own vision of the world or to see and appreciate the variety of others’ visions? Raising this question nurtures tolerance in children. The kind of tolerance that can only be cultivated in dialogue and socializing, as a result of an ability to hear voices of people around. During the programme each kid will have an opportunity to express himself and to appreciate his contribution to the common cause.
In a three-day time the kids will build up a city model of small pieces. Resembling a carefully assembled mosaic, it will be unique and individual as a life of each person.
|CREATING THE LANDSCAPE||noon - 3 p.m.||Learning the concept of perspective and the notion of collage, kids will create flat and dimensional figures in form of rivers, roads and hills, filling the space with them.|
|COLLAGE A LA HANNAH HÖCH||2 p.m. - 4 p.m.||Kids are making collages out of newspaper and magazine pieces on a colorful backdrop, placing them later on an exhibition stand|
|СВОЙ ОБРАЗ В СТИЛЕ КОЛЛАЖ||3 p.m. - 7 p.m.||Creating a self image. Kids adorn themselves, acting as a living collage.|
|MULTIMEDIA COLLAGES||3 p.m. - 8 p.m.||Kids are making collages out of old magazines and photographs using the mixed technique that includes fabric, embroidery and other textured materials.|
|CONSTRUCTION WORK||noon - 3 p.m.||Making a city landscape, filling it with numerous building along the perspective line. Activities of different kinds and scales. Making infrastructure of the future.|
|COLLAGE A LA HANNAH HÖCH||noon - 3 p.m.||Kids are making collages out of newspaper and magazine pieces on a colorful backdrop, placing them later on an exhibition stand.|
|ASSEMBLAGE||3 p.m. - 7 p.m.||Discovering the assemblage technique and famous artists who have used it (Nevelson, Rauschenberg). Making individual pieces.|
|COLLAGE SELF IMAGE||4 p.m. - 8 p.m.||Creating a self image. Kids adorn themselves, acting as a living collage.|
|POPULATING THE CITY||noon - 8 p.m.||Making diverse creatures using a ready-made technique and populating the city with them. “Electrification” o0f the city using LED fairy lights.|
|MULTIMEDIA COLLAGES||2 p.m. - 6 p.m.||Kids are making collages out of old magazines and photographs using the mixed technique that includes fabric, embroidery and other textured materials.|
|COLLAGE SELF IMAGE||3 p.m. - 8 p.m.||Creating a self image. Kids adorn themselves, acting as a living collage.|
|MAIN ASSEMBLAGE||4 p.m. - 8 p.m.||Creating an integrated assemblage work and Its presentation.|