See 11 photos and 1 tip from 94 visitors to Kvaka “Neobičan izložbeni prostor. “. Kvaka 22 (Catch 22) features a gallery, event space and artists’ ateliers. Gig nights are most popular, when the place turns into a real living-room. Da li ste se prvo okupili sa idejom o umetničkom prostoru pa našli mesto za Kvaku 22 ili se prvo desila Kvaka 22 pa se onda oformio i vaš.

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Exhibition takes place from 25th of April until the 10th of May. Modern Russia is still dominated by vertical connections, both on mental level and in power structures.

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Changing of kvwka vector is a labor-consuming process. Artwork reveals its conflict component through observation and dialogue. Artists presented in the show are united by the close attention to the way how personal and social relationships are being transformed today and what consequences these changes bring to the individual and to society as a whole. The works of exhibitors are focused on comprehension of horizontal personal and social connections, as well as breaks in them, by addressing the subjects of a dialogue, memory, time, transformation, compromise.

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The artists aspire to get away from direct documentary photography, working with a variety of presentation forms extending boundaries of statements and perceptions.

Danila Tkachenko addresses performative practice in photography. Setting fire to ruined villages, he initiates a discourse on the world, not just a Russian process that would never be the same again. Farewell to the past, — inevitably looks to the future.

Dmitry Lookianov addresses the theme of bedroom suburbs of the city architectural design, studying sterile aesthetics of the new mode of life. The connections in time can be interpreted by the artists on deeply personal examples. Ekaterina Pryanichnikova makes memory patterns and self-regulating social connections, using organic material in a borderline state of alive and inanimate nature.

Elena Anosova goes further with the concept of her studies: Artists are looking for ways to escape from the dominant social and political processes through corporality to nature, analyzing personal perception of the conventional borders of reality: Ikuru Kuwajima is a Japanese photographer who kva,a been a Russian resident for several years.


Varvara Kuzmina creates mythology around the figure of Jury Gagarin that became sacred in Russian conscience. Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, kfaka and club scene magazine. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

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