Talk
ART AND CITY
Meet with Anna Evtiugina (NYC) and Marina Alvitr (EKB)
01/30/2018
Ekaterinburg, Malysheva, 8
Library of IC ARCHITECTOR
2nd floor
FREE ENTER
Art every year captures more and more space in the cities. Little-known graffiti, large-scale street art work and installation of artists with a world-wide name - not uncommon in different in size and location of streets.
Does art have a place in the cities? How does it transform architecture? Why do even famous brands attract eminent contemporary artists to design entrance groups and what interesting sculptures can be seen on the streets of cities?
To dispel the conjecture and completely immerse themselves in the realities of the relationship between cities and art, Anna Evtiugina and Marina Alvitr invite everyone to join the dialogue, to understand whether everything is so simple or so difficult.
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Anna Evtiugina, independent curator and producer, Fulbright and Edmund Muskie fellowship. Professional experience includes working with San Jose Museum of Art, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Galerie Iragui (Moscow), Salamatina Gallery (NYC), Pictura Gallery (Bloomington).
She studied art management at the University of Indiana (USA), international business in the Urals Federal University and intercultural communication at the University of Jena (Germany).

Anna Evtiugina
Art-curator
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