Olga Kisseleva: Science-Art, group show

Olga Kisseleva: Science-Art, group show

Olga Kisseleva: Science-Art, group show

Science-Art, group show 

Curated by: Sergey Dozhd 

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art with the support of the Gallery of Fine Arts presents Shiarsism and Shiarsists, an international exhibition held for the first time in Moscow. Sciarsism is an international contemporary art movement created by Russian artist Sergey Dozhd, the artists develop a system for understanding abstract art. The Sciarsist theory offers a system for understanding artistic abstraction, a kind of artistic semiotic language, where for example the square stands for thought, the circle for feeling, the triangle for intuition. The theory highlights the main characteristic of the Shiarsist style: complete universality. In the exhibition at MMOMA, the artists continue to construct a space for abstract art seen from a scientific perspective. 


The exhibition features artists: Sergey Dozhd, Konstantin Khudyakov, Evgeny Semyonov, Oksana Mas, Nikolina Kovalenko, Mally Khorasantchi, Elena Serov, Olivier de Cayron, Eric Lesigne, Elena Borovskaya, Alexander Gordin, Jean-Philippe Deugnier, Olga Kisseleva, Ulrike Bolenz, Victor Popov, Jeanne Grack, Ines Berlin, Franco Viola, Andrei Volkov, Ivan Kolesnikov, Sergey Denisov, Valery Kuznetsov, Teymur Daimi, Qi Shaotin and others 

On view Oct. 21 – Nov. 21, 2021 at Moscow Museum  


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