IN PICTURES: COOPERATION TERRITORY FESTIVAL OPENING Opening of the Cooperation Territory Festival took place on Agust 1. We thank our general sponsor Promsvyazbank JSC, as well as the media partners "Radio Monte Carlo", "Gorod N", "Delovoy Kvartal". Read more
August 1, the International Festival of Contemporary Art "Cooperation Territory" Opening Paying attention to the importance of respect to the place we live in, creating a sense of everyone's responsibility for a common happy co-existence are the aims set by the organizers and curators of the festival. Read more
FESTIVAL SCHEDULE August 1, Thursday 19.00 Opening of the "Cooperation Territory" exhibition* Venue: 16thLINE gallery 20.00 Opening of the "Cooperation Territory" exhibition*Venue: MAKARONKA Art Center ** 20. Read more
Yesterday, on June 6, at the art center MAKARONKA the opening of "Admiral Laser beard: Dead or Alive" exhibition by the young St. Petersburg artist Dmitry Shadrin took place. Shadrin makes fun of contemporary reality and speaks what he thinks without reserve. Read more
April 15, 2013 //
SPRING IN PARIS
16THLINE GALLERY AT ART PARIS ART FAIR 2013 This spring the 16thLINE gallery among eleven other participants from Russia has had the honor to represent our country at Art Paris Art Fair in Paris, which this year has headed to developing art markets of Central and Eastern Europe. While some Russian galleries staked on art works that are already famous among audiences, the 16thLINE gallery presented emerging South Russian artists: the only in Russia "Belka&Strelka" Fluxrus group, "SITO" art group as well as the artists Oleg Ustinov, Maria Bogoraz and Alexander Selivanov.
March 30, 2013 //
16thLINE: our motto is NO LIMITS
Meeting with Russian gallery 16thLine at the Art Paris Art Fair The 16th Line Gallery is part of the Russian selection on display at the Grand Palais on the occasion of the Art Paris Art Fair. Art Media Agency met with this young dynamic gallery, for its first coming at the Parisian fair (stand G4), and had the opportunity to talk to Maria Sigutina, the curator.
16th LINE Art Gallery ///
The 16th LINE PROJECT is a fundamentally new venue for art enthusiasts and collectors. It includes a commercial gallery of contemporary art, public art space with artist residence at summer, and also «haut-cuisine» restaurant and wine-bar. Situated in the largest city in the South Federal Region of Russia, Rostov-on-Don, the 16th LINE PROJECT is the first and only center of contemporary art in the South of Russia where visitors can view and purchase the best works of art, consult with famous gallerists and curators, and become a part of the international art community.
The 16th LINE PROJECT was established in 2009 as a private initiative interested in developing contemporary culture in the region and expending the art business in Russia.
The 16th LINE GALLERY is located in a new 4-story building specially constructed in one of the city’s finest districts, offering an ideally designed space. The building was planned by the best architects of the city to suit the surrounding environmental landscape perfectly. The perception of art depends directly on the quality of representation and narration. That’s why the gallery’s professional equipment corresponds to the highest international standards. An exhibit space of 300 m² allows for the presentation of various forms of contemporary art such as: painting, graphic, photo and video, sculpture and installation.
DECORATION OF THE BEAUTIFULNovember 14 - December 15, 2013
"Decoration of The Beautiful" at 16thLINE November 14, 19:00 at the 16thLINE gallery the "Decoration of The Beautiful" exhibition, prepared by the Department for the Newest Trends at the State Tretyakov Gallery, opens. The exhibition "Decoration of The Beautiful" ties together "beginnings" and "ends", "originals" and "copies", compares true primitive artworks to samples of High Art. In today's consumer culture avant-garde, classical or kitsch works are almost equal, and the exhibition "Decoration of The Beautiful" is designed to be a model of a democratic museum, where masterpiecephobia is overcome by viewer's freedom to choose.