"Collector Culture of the Russian Avant-Garde" | International conference for the Russian Avant-Garde
Collector Culture of the Russian Avant-garde
Fourth International Khardzhiev Conference
Friday 22 - Saturday 23 October 2021
hosted by MOMus-Museum of Modern Art-Costakis Collection, Thessaloniki
in collaboration with the Khardzhiev Foundation and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
The Fourth International Khardzhiev Conference under the title “Collector Culture of the Russian Avant-Garde” aims to discuss, among others, whether new archival theories can broaden or change our perspective on Soviet collections of modernist art, how official and unofficial collecting practices interacted in the various historical timeframes in the Soviet Union or how did collectors mediate and foster the continuity, legacy and lineage of Russian modernist art forms.
Visit the conference’s website https://collectorcultureconf2021.org
Find the full programme https://collectorcultureconf2021.org/programme
The conference will be held in English, in a hybrid form, onsite and online via live streaming.
No registrations’ fees applied, in both cases.
Venue: MOMus-Museum of Contemporary Art-Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art and State Museum of Contemporary Art Collections
Auditorium “Xanthippi Xoipel”
154 Egnatia Av. (TIF-HELEXPO premises)
Due to anticovid measures, prior registrations are required, here https://collectorcultureconf2021.org/registration; limited seats available.
Online attendance / Live Streaming
yt MOMus Museums
Conference Scientific Committee
Angeliki Charistou (MOMus-Museum of Modern Art, Thessaloniki)
Frank van Lamoen (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam)
Lyubov Pchelkina (State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow)
Sjeng Scheijen (Khardzhiev Foundation, Amsterdam)
Maria Tsantsanoglou (MOMus-Museum of Modern Art, Thessaloniki)
Parallel, at MOMus-Museum of Modern Art-Costakis Collection
Documentary screening “Khardzhiev. The lastt Futurist” by Liliya Vyugina
Exhibition «Kazimir Malevich. From the Khardzhiev Foundation»
- Until 16.01.2022
Exhibition “Ivan Kliun. Transcendental landscapes. Flying sculptures. Light spheres”
- Until 20.02.2022
Exhibitions “Stefan Canham. The 27” and “Sabine Höpfner. Kammer” in the frame of the Thessaloniki Photobiennale 2021