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The exhibition "20:20" is open at MMOMA Educational Center

As part of the annual cross-cultural festival BURO. ИEW COOГ, hosted by the BURO online outlet, the exhibition project “20:20. Time has stood still”, dedicated to the study of new rituals and habits that appeared or exacerbated in 2020 - during the pandemic and general social instability is open at the MMOMA Educational Center in Ermolaevsky Lane with support of Cosmoscow Foundation and Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Cosmoscow Foundation curator Alexander Burenkov invited 10 young Russian artists to  to enter into a dialogue. As a result, they created new projects specially commissioned for the exhibition and charity auction scheduled for December 2020. The exhibition was included in the Parallel Program of the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art.

Artists: Artem Go, Danini, Vladimir Kartashov, Kirill Makarov, Albina Mokhryakova, Anna Rotayenko, Igor Samolet, Nikita Seleznev, Sofa Skidan, Anna Tagantseva-Kobzeva.

You can also take a walk through the exhibition “20:20. Time has stood still” online. Starting on October 19th the project's website will introduce photographs of works and accompanying media files: excerpts from videos, examples of objects from augmented reality, as well as comments from authors about their new works, biographical notes and artists' stories about their dreams during quarantine.

Check out some pictures from the exhibition!

Anna Tagantseva-Kobzeva, "Windo", 2020

Igor Samolet, "20:20", 2020

Vladimir Kartashov, "Protodisplay", 2020

Nikita Seleznev, In the middle of a barley field, 2020

Kirill Makarov and Ksenia Kononenko, “The Sun Has a Musky Taste in a Salty Sand” , 2020

Anna Rotayenko, "KINO", 2020

Danini, "Me and me", 2020

Sofa Skidan, "Your mildly corporeal weapons", 2020

Artem Go, "Amazing", 2020