“Hard Edges” exhibition
On June 22, 2020, the “Hard Edges” exhibition was opened at Alina Pinsky Gallery. This is the first exhibition in the gallery’s new space – in Isakov’s House on Prechistenka, a monument of Russian Art Nouveau architecture. The exhibition contains works by Russian artists of geometric abstraction of the 1960s – 2010s – Igor Chelkovski, Yuri Zlotnikov, Francisco Infante-Arana and Nonna Goryunova, Lev Nussberg, Rimma Zanevskaya, Mikhail Chernyshov, Vladimir Andreenkov, Alexander Yulikov. The curators of the exhibition are Alina Pinskaya and Irina Gorlova, head of the department of the latest trends at the State Tretyakov Gallery. The artists featured in the exhibition started in the 1960s and some even earlier. They are now known mostly for their recent work. At the exhibition you can see their works of the Soviet era, which have not been exhibited for a long time – paintings by Nonna Goryunova in the 1980s, a relief by Alexander Yulikov in 1973, an amazing cycle of paintings by Rimma Zanevskaya in the second half of the 60s. The exhibition will run until December 5.