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  • PROJECT 59, Inc.
    exhibition BRURAL Skin of Liberty Fractured and re Structured opened on February 20 2015 and ran through March 8 2015 at Brooklyn Fire Proof Temporary Storage Gallery in Bushwick Vladimir Seleznev artist from Nizhny Tagil and curator of the National Center for Contemporary Art in Yekaterinburg was the guest curator BRURAL founded and organized by Project 59 Inc featured a collaborative exhibition with 15 artists from greater Brooklyn and 10 artists from Nizhny Tagil Ural region The Fluxus Time exhibition was held in Kharkiv Municipal Gallery from February 24th till March 1st Originally curated by Irina Danilova for The Art Gallery of Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York in 2013 Fluxus Time became the first exhibition about Fluxus in Kharkov and the first exhibition of this revolutionary art movement in a revolutionary context Exploring the Fluxus movement and it s impact FLUXUS TIME traces the development of the life art relation in the 20th century The third BRURAL show BRURAL Shattering Phenomena looked a year later at Superstorm Sandy and Chelyabinsk Meteorite through the eyes of local artists in New York and Chelyabinsk BRURAL Shattering Phenomena opened on February 7 and ran through March 1 at the Bronx River Art Center s current gallery space at 305 East 140th Street Svetlana Shlyapnikova art director of OkNo gallery in Chelyabinsk was the guest curator BRURAL founded and organized by Project 59 Inc moved this year to the Bronx for collaborations between BRonx artists and artists from Chelyabinsk in URAL region FLUXUS TIME 1959 1969 1979 features art work by 22 artists from that era Exploring the Fluxus movement and it s impact it traces the development of the life art relation in the 20th century The Art Gallery of Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York Art and Science Building 2001 Oriental Blvd Brooklyn NY 11235 April 10 May 10 2013 Curator Irina Danilova TRACKING SIGNALS HIGH AND LOW features works by two art collectives Project 59 and vydavy that deal with behavioral patterns of two different scales global and domestic The Active Space Gallery in Bushwick 566 Johnson Ave Brooklyn NY April 5 28 2013 The second BRURAL project BRURAL peripheral vision was curated by Daria Kostina from Ekaterinburg at the Active Space Gallery in Bushwick It concentrated on the underground phenomena and artists with alternative paths and continued the cultural dialogue between artists and curators from Brooklyn and the Urals BRURAL peripheral vision represented and investigated the specifics of creativity of artists of different styles national and social backgrounds who because of various reasons remain obscure to the main stream of contemporary art January 18 February 24 2013 The first BRURAL project BRURAL Art of vs or Design was curated by Agata Iordan an art historian and curator from Ekaterinburg at the SET gallery in Brooklyn It investigated criticized and was inspired by the symbiosis of art and design their boundary and attitude Art and design projects by each artist were in

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  • BRURAL:5
    or by appointment Opening February 19 7 10 pm Closing March 5 7 10 pm WHERE TEMPORARY STORAGE GALLERY 119 Ingraham St in Bushwick Brooklyn Behind Terra Firma Restaurant Subway L Train to Morgan Ave Station PARTICIPATING ARTISTS Anna Andrzhievskaya Alberto Marcos Bursztyn Calum Craik Irina Danilova Hiram Levy Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Alex Etewut Nicholas Fraser Michel Gerard Ilya Gryshaev Maria Gyarmati Ed Herman Leonid Imennykh Daria Irincheeva Alexandr

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  • BRURAL: OkNo Gallery
    Mineeva Oleg Blyablyas Alberto Marcos Bursztyn Vitaly Cherepanov Beth Dary Irina Fillipova Lisa Hein and Robert Seng Tatiana Istomina and Angelina Kotova JKP group Ksenya Koshurnikova Rita Leduc Kenneth Pietrobono Project 59 Carol Salmanson Vladimir Seleznev Fyodor Telkov Ian Trask Qi You Zer Gut group The fourth exhibition in the BRURAL series first presented at the Brooklyn Fire Proof Temporary Storage Gallery in Bushwick last winter was next featured at

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  • BRURAL: Nizhny Tagil
    Region Russia Curators Vladimir Seleznev and Irina Danilova Participating artists Ekaterina Aksenova Ron Barron Maria Belova and Anna Mineeva Oleg Blyablyas Alberto Marcos Bursztyn Vitaly Cherepanov Beth Dary Irina Fillipova Lisa Hein and Robert Seng Tatiana Istomina and Angelina Kotova JKP group Ksenya Koshurnikova Rita Leduc Kenneth Pietrobono Project 59 Carol Salmanson Vladimir Seleznev Fyodor Telkov Ian Trask Qi You Zer Gut group The fourth exhibition in the BRURAL series first presented at the Brooklyn Fire Proof Temporary Storage Gallery in Bushwick last winter was featured at the Contemporary Arts Building of the Fine Arts Museum in Nizhny Tagil as a satellite program for the Ural Biennial The guest curator Vladimir Seleznev selected works by artists from his native city Nizhny Tagil along with works by 13 artists from Greater Brooklyn Opening Night Nizhny Tagil Press Fine Arts Museum Contemporary Arts Building Alberto Marcos Bursztyn Alberto Marcos Bursztyn Alberto Marcos Bursztyn Zer Gut Group Ksenya Koshurnikova Vladimir Seleznev Project 59 Vitaly Cherepanov Zer Gut Group Maria Belova and Anna Mineeva Carol Salmanson Robert Seng Ron Barron Ekaterina Aksenova Kenneth Pietrobono s Banners with Vladimir Seleznev Group J K P Ksenya Koshurnikova Fyodor Telkov Ian Trask Lisa Hein Project 59 Vitaly

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  • BRURAL: Skin of Liiberty
    Ingraham St Brooklyn NY Curators Vladimir Seleznev and Irina Danilova Participating artists Ekaterina Aksenova Ron Barron Maria Belova and Anna Mineeva Oleg Blyablyas John Boone Todd Bryant Alberto Bursztyn Vitaly Cherepanov Beth Dary Irina Fillipova Lisa Hein and Robert Seng Tatiana Istomina and Angelina Kotova JKP group Ksenya Koshurnikova Rita Leduc Kenneth Pietrobono Project 59 Carol Salmanson Vladimir Seleznev Kate Stone Fyodor Telkov Ian Trask Qi You Zer Gut group The fourth exhibition in the BRURAL series founded by Project 59 Inc to develop professional contacts between artists and curators from greater Brooklyn and Ural Region in Russia through a series of annual collaborative exhibitions came back to Brooklyn and Bushwick The guest curator Vladimir Seleznev brought works by artists from his native city Nizhny Tagil that were shown with works by 15 artists from Greater Brooklyn Press Release Opening Night Individual Artist s Works Mining Lady Liberty s Russian Lineage by Olga Zaikina at Hyperallergic com Brooklyn Television BK Live This project was sponsored in part by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs administered by Brooklyn Arts Council BAC and also received support from the National Center for Contemporary

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  • FluxusKharkiv
    Ono and Jeffrey Perkins along with Bas Jan Ader Vagrich Bakhchanyan Valera Natasha Cherkashin Lowell Darling Mike Dyar Tehching Hsieh Peter Malone Mike Metz Linda Mary Montano Phill Niblock Angelo Riviello Rino Telaro Tolsty Vladimir Kotlyarov The first exhibition about Fluxus in Kharkiv was during the Ukrainian Revolution and became the first Fluxus show in a revolutionary context Pictures From Revolutionary Kharkiv Photos Ivan Avdeenko Svetlana Efanova and Irina Danilova

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  • BRURAL: Shattering Phenomena
    from Brooklyn BRURAL Shattering Phenomena is the third exhibition in the BRURAL series founded by Project 59 Inc to develop professional contacts between artists and curators from Brooklyn and Ural Region in Russia through the series of annual collaborative exhibitions In 2014 BRURAL expanded to the Bronx as part of the Bronx River Art Center s Curatorial Practice Series a collaboration between guest curators artists and students in BRAC educational

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  • FluxusTime
    Linda Mary Montano Phill Niblock Gail Nathan Mike Metz and Deena des Rioux The exhibition is curated by Irina Danilova at the Art Gallery of Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York Fluxus Time explores the Fluxus movement and it s impact by representing the conceptual transformation of life events into Fluxus Event Scores and performances the creation of new events and subsequent conceptual alterations of life itself Such inventions during the experimentations of the 1960s 1970s and early 1980s conquered new territories for art Ken Friedman Center Piece 2003 Event Score Ken Friedman Round Table Stack 1956 re construction Gallery View Vagrich Bakhchanyan PHOTOCALENDAR May 1979 Rick Klauber Bonnie Go Darkly 1975 Alison Knowles Event Score George Brecht Event Score and Drip Music 1959 Tehching Hsieh One Year Performance 1981 1982 Mail Art Ken Friedman The Judgment of Paris 1964 re construction Vagrich Bakhchanyan Portrait of Stalin and Portrait of Lenin Tolsty Vladimir Kotlyarov Mail Art Bakchanyan Collection Mike Metz Blueprints for Performance and Sculptures 1970s Mike Metz Sculptures 1978 1979 Gail Nathan Process Art 1969 Gallery View Bas Jan Ader Selected Performances 1960s 1970s Gallery View Ken Friedman Table Stack 1956 re construction Vagrich Bakhchanyan

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