Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Stairway to Melon’ by Viktor Timofeev at kim?

You see the designed space at the back, with its clear, delimited arrangement. Something similar to a waiting room where chairs line the surrounding walls, only here they enclose a different arrangement – two screens on free-standing mounts facing a

‘Virtualities and Realities’ and solo show ‘Stairway to Melon’ by Viktor Timofeev at kim?

kim? Contemporary Art Centre in collaboration with RIXC invites to the opening of the new exhibition cycle that will feature two exhibitions – “Virtualities and Realities” and solo show “Stairway to Melon” by Viktor Timofeev. October 20 – November 28, 2017

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘White Walkers’ curated by Kaspars Groševs at Tallinas St. 10, Riga

In 1923 Duschamp quit art to become chess player. Looking to the right shadows from bishops and pawns still wink at you. Ambulance cars whistle by with a piercing regularity. Couple years ago Kurt Meier, 67, a Swiss-born member of

‘Viktor Timofeev: Sweet Guardian’ at Podium, Oslo

Traffic tacks. Cross-from-to. Snake-squalls. It continues. Mutation-Recounts. Trivia. Night Screen :: white lines. This is what it tells itself: They gather around an autonomous two-dimensional snake game, unfolding inside of an abstracted Petri dish. The snake’s meandering movement and eventual

Photo/video reportage from “What thinks me” exhibition at Taiga, Saint Petersburg

From June 27th – July 21st Taiga (Dvortsovaya nab. 20, Saint Petersburg, Russia) features an exhibition What Thinks Me which seeks to understand how the concept of the self is being constructed and/or reflected through artworks. The show revolves around this subject through