Installation views: Ekaterina Foundation, Moscow
New Landscape is a joint curatorial effort with Anastasia Tsayder. The exhibition brings together 7 contemporary Russian photographers to explore the new Russian landscape, as well as new Russian landscape photography. The exhibition was first shown in 2018 at Yeltsin Centre in Yekaterinburg drawing over 20 000 visitors in 2 ½ months. The show then toured 5 Russian cities: Moscow, Kazan, Krasnoyarsk, Perm, Tyumen.
At each venue the exhibition was accompanied by a public programme with location-specific events ranging from discussions and lectures to workshops in contemporary art photography. The speakers included prominent philosophers, sociologists, art historians, architects such as Alexander Filippov, Alexandr Veleykis, Anton Gorlenko, Boris Klushnikov, Dmitry Bezouglov, Ekaterina Inozemtseva, Erika Wolf, Kirill Asse, Oleg Pachenkov, Sergei Sitar, Vitaly Kurennoj, Yury Grigoryan. The public programme at Yeltsin Cebtre in Ekaterinburg culminated in a stage reading of Dmitry Danilov’s play A Man from Podolsk.
Installation views: Yeltsin Centre, Ekaterinburg; State Art Museum, Kazan
More information is available at newlandscape.info
Interview with Anastasia Tsayder and Petr Antonov — Urbanautica
Interview with Anastasia Tsayder and Petr Antonov — InRussia Magazine
Photographs of Russian landscape in place of urban development manuals — Strelka Magazine (Russian language)