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On April, 21, retrospective exhibition of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” was opened in the State Hermitage Museum in partnership with FGC UES. The exhibition includes more than 100 works of one of the most famous modern artist duet. The exhibition is a joint project of the State Hermitage Museum, Tretyakov Gallery and Tate Modern Gallery (Great Britain).

The Director of the State Hermitage Museum, Mikhail Piotrovsky, and the Chairman of the Management Board of FGC UES, Andrey Murov, took part in the exhibition opening ceremony.

Retrospective exhibition of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” is a great event for all connoisseurs of modern art. It gives Russian visitors a chance to take a closer look at the works of these outstanding artists, including their works that are held abroad and in private collections. “I am happy that the support from FGC UES helped the State Hermitage Museum to implement this large-scale project”, the Chairman of the Management Board of FGC UES, Andrey Murov, said.

Ilya Kabakov is the most prominent figure in Moscow conceptualism and a representative of the later generation of Soviet artists who gained international recognition. His works are in the collections of many world museums, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Centre Georges Pompidou and Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Museum for Applied Arts in Vienne. 

Since 1981, Ilya Kabakov has been working co-authored with his wife, Emilia. Together, they have created a new art form - the total installation, in which the work is not an individual object but an entire unified space entered by the viewer. The Exhibition bears the name of one of its centerpieces - installation “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” representing railway tracks with rejected paintings laid on them. 

This retrospective has already been shown in Tate Modern Gallery, London. It will be held in Saint-Petersburg until July 29, 2018.

This exhibition is not the first cooperation between FGC UES and the State Hermitage Museum. In 2014, this company has become the partner of “Her Imperial Majesty's Hermitage” exhibition confined to the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the Museum. FGC UES has also participated in the formation of open storage facility of the Department of Archaeology of Eastern Europe and Siberia in the Staraya Derevnya Restoration and Storage Centre.

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The Director of the State Hermitage Museum, Mikhail Piotrovsky, and the Chairman of the Management Board of FGC UES, Andrey Murov, took part in the exhibition opening ceremony.

Retrospective exhibition of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” is a great event for all connoisseurs of modern art. It gives Russian visitors a chance to take a closer look at the works of these outstanding artists, including their works that are held abroad and in private collections. “I am happy that the support from FGC UES helped the State Hermitage Museum to implement this large-scale project”, the Chairman of the Management Board of FGC UES, Andrey Murov, said.

Ilya Kabakov is the most prominent figure in Moscow conceptualism and a representative of the later generation of Soviet artists who gained international recognition. His works are in the collections of many world museums, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Centre Georges Pompidou and Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Museum for Applied Arts in Vienne. 

Since 1981, Ilya Kabakov has been working co-authored with his wife, Emilia. Together, they have created a new art form - the total installation, in which the work is not an individual object but an entire unified space entered by the viewer. The Exhibition bears the name of one of its centerpieces - installation “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” representing railway tracks with rejected paintings laid on them. 

This retrospective has already been shown in Tate Modern Gallery, London. It will be held in Saint-Petersburg until July 29, 2018.

This exhibition is not the first cooperation between FGC UES and the State Hermitage Museum. In 2014, this company has become the partner of “Her Imperial Majesty's Hermitage” exhibition confined to the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the Museum. FGC UES has also participated in the formation of open storage facility of the Department of Archaeology of Eastern Europe and Siberia in the Staraya Derevnya Restoration and Storage Centre.

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The exhibition of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov was opened in the Hermitage with the support of FGC UES

04/21/2018 The exhibition of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov was opened in the Hermitage with the support of FGC UES
On April, 21, retrospective exhibition of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” was opened in the State Hermitage Museum in partnership with FGC UES. The exhibition includes more than 100 works of one of the most famous modern artist duet. The exhibition is a joint project of the State Hermitage Museum, Tretyakov Gallery and Tate Modern Gallery (Great Britain).

The Director of the State Hermitage Museum, Mikhail Piotrovsky, and the Chairman of the Management Board of FGC UES, Andrey Murov, took part in the exhibition opening ceremony.

Retrospective exhibition of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” is a great event for all connoisseurs of modern art. It gives Russian visitors a chance to take a closer look at the works of these outstanding artists, including their works that are held abroad and in private collections. “I am happy that the support from FGC UES helped the State Hermitage Museum to implement this large-scale project”, the Chairman of the Management Board of FGC UES, Andrey Murov, said.

Ilya Kabakov is the most prominent figure in Moscow conceptualism and a representative of the later generation of Soviet artists who gained international recognition. His works are in the collections of many world museums, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Centre Georges Pompidou and Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Museum for Applied Arts in Vienne. 

Since 1981, Ilya Kabakov has been working co-authored with his wife, Emilia. Together, they have created a new art form - the total installation, in which the work is not an individual object but an entire unified space entered by the viewer. The Exhibition bears the name of one of its centerpieces - installation “Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future” representing railway tracks with rejected paintings laid on them. 

This retrospective has already been shown in Tate Modern Gallery, London. It will be held in Saint-Petersburg until July 29, 2018.

This exhibition is not the first cooperation between FGC UES and the State Hermitage Museum. In 2014, this company has become the partner of “Her Imperial Majesty's Hermitage” exhibition confined to the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the Museum. FGC UES has also participated in the formation of open storage facility of the Department of Archaeology of Eastern Europe and Siberia in the Staraya Derevnya Restoration and Storage Centre.


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