EUROPE AT LARGE
During the past decade the M HKA has paid enduring attention to that part of Europe that was excluded from the reconstruction of Europe after 1989; the former Soviet Union. This attention was recently spread up to its bounderies, with a focus on the artistic key positions from Central Asia and the Caucasus, now 'somewhere behind Russia'.
For this ensemble the museum collaborated with the Russian-Italian curator and theoretician Viktor Misiano.
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Rustam Khalfin & Yuliya Tikhonova, Pulota, 1990. Installation, 125 x 20 x 2,7 cm, 64 x 74 x 2,7 cm, 24 x 500 x 2,7 cm, 81 x 78 x 2,7 cm, 24 x 20 x 2,7 cm, 60 x 117 x 2,7 cm, 197 x 68 x 2,7 cm.
VOAIZOVA (War is over)
Babi Badalov, VOAIZOVA (War is over), 2010. Installation, glass, pens, paper, sketchbook, 20 x 20 x 3 cm.
The Circle of CA
Andrei Monastyrsky, The Circle of CA, 1996. Installation, paper, 8 mm film, 63 x (42 x 29,5 cm).