Organized by Roberta Sala in partnership with Bremen archive, with introduction from Carla and Alberto Bertola.
Announcements for upcoming exhibitions of transfurists and other important events.
Bookwork: Rea Nikonova and Serge Segay.
This is personal exhibition, with a lot of artists' books presented and a hefty catalogue. Exhibition will be opened until late January in Museum Meermanno, Hague, Netherlands.
It is just one room on 1st floor I believe, just go through the foyer up the staircase. I think once you land, medieval books exhibition is going to be on your right, some general antiques on your left, and Bookwork exhibition is straight through. Museum is open apparently from 11am till 5pm Tuesday through Sunday. It is closed on Mondays. Please do not take with you any bags upstairs, you can leave them downstairs I believe. If you take bags with you, there is an angry man who does not speak English, he will be upset and is likely to take you to reception for some unknown purpose (he then leaves you, and that's it).
Took place in Akhmatova Museum (Fountain House) in Saint-Petersburg, The pictures presented here are courtesy of Dmitry Kakhovsky (Дмитрий Каховский). Among attendees, in no particular order: Yulia Valieva, Tatyana Nikolskaya, Boris Konstriktor, Nadezhda Tarshis, Sergey Kovalsky, Vadim Maximov and others.
Uktus School (1964-1974): Coding the Change.
Exhibition dedicated to the creativity of very advanced for their time Russian artists of "Uktus School" art movement, including Ry Nikonova and Serge Segay. They have also got there nice resource links with articles and photos, so check it out:
Address of Ural University: Lenina Ave., 51, Yekaterinburg, Russia. Exhibition is apparently of 3rd floor.