Night At The Museum. Through The Eyes OfMayakovsky

Museum night

18.05.2013, 00:00-23:30 Saturday

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Program: [Context of the visual]

Curator: [Vitaly Patsyukov]

Participants: [Ivan Alexandrov], [Sergey Zagny], [Vladimir Martynov], [Andrey Rodionov], [Andrey Suzdalev]

Night at the museum is dedicated to the Kino-foto-Lyodogus exhibition, which puts Vladimir Mayakovsky, his art practice and political essays aimed at reinstating a new aesthetic, at its center. The project uncovers the connection between two major art forms – photography and cinema – in the culture of the 20th century global avant-garde art.

Free admission




Exhibition hall

12.00 – 23.30 The Kino-foto-Lyodogus exhibition

19.00 – 19.50 Vitaly Patsyukov’s guided tour of the Kino-foto-Lyodogus exhibition


Small hall

12.00 – 23.30 One-day exhibition of the works by participants of “The Special Workshops” (director: Veronika Pavlenko)

18.00 – 19.00 Artists Andrey Suzdalev, Ivan Aleksandrov. Master-class “Photo collage”

20.00 – 21.00 Composer Vladimir Martynov. Live acoustic soundtrack to the movies Paris Asleep (dir. René Clair, 1925, 33 mins), Ballet Mécanique (dir. Fernand Léger and Dudley Murphy, 1924, 14 mins)

21.00 – 21.30 Andrey Rodionov. The V. Mayakovsky’s poem, On That, and his own writings

21.30 – 22.00 Composer Sergey Zagniy. Fugitive Visions, twenty piano pieces (Sergey Prokofiev, 1915–1917). Screen projections of drawings by Alexander Rodchenko from the Fugitive Visions series, inspired by the namesake piano pieces

22.00 – 23.30 Berlin. Big City Symphonies (dir. Walter Ruttmann, 1927, 72 mins)


NCCA hall

12.00 – 23.30 Slide show of NCCA collection on LCD screen

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