Museum of nonconformist art. Main hall. Opening: August 4th at 5 PM
The exhibition MAKSA – Bridging St. Petersburg and Hamburg shows paintings created between 1989 and 2010 by the Russian painter, performance and installation artist MAKSA which are being shown for the first time since her death in her artistic hometown of St. Petersburg. Since 1985 MAKSA (Lioubov Alekseevna Maksioutina) belonged to the activists of the artists' house Puschkinskaya 10 and was a member of the SWOI group. In 1994 she emigrated to Hamburg, but remained closely connected to Russian culture, her Russian artist friends and St. Petersburg. Her St. Petersburg works were mostly figurative, while in the Hamburg years she turned to abstraction and experimented with point and line.
Admission to all exhibitions of the art center is carried out by a single ticket cost 250 rubles
- Address: Saint Petersburg, Pushkinskaya ul., 10