DIVERSITY UNITED. Contemporary European Art. Berlin, Moscow, Paris


DIVERSITY UNITED. Contemporary European Art. Berlin, Moscow, Paris

23 Nov 2021 – 13 Mar 2022
Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
  • Diversity United, Martina Vacheva, Installation view, New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Photo: Julia Zaharova
  • Diversity United, Slavs and Tatars, Installation view, New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Photo: Julia Zaharova

The large survey exhibition of current art in Europe 'DIVERSITY UNITED' will be shown at Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow after the presentation in Tempelhof in Berlin. Among the 90 artists present are Pavel Brăila, Aleksandra Domanović, Petrit Halilaj, Šejla Kamerić, Eva Kot'átková, Dan Perjovschi, Agnieszka Polska, Slavs and Tatars, Nedko Solakov, Šejla Kamerić and Nil Yalter, artists represented in the Art Collection Telekom. Loans from the collection of Sanja Iveković and Martina Vacheva are also shown in the exhibition.

More about the artists

    Pavel Braila, The Hottest Summer in the Winter Palace, 2015, Videostill

    Pavel Brăila

    *1971 in Chișinău, Moldova. Lives and works in Chișinău and Berlin, Germany.

    Work: The Hottest Summer in the Winter Palace


    Aleksandra Domanović, Votive: Partridge, 2016 (Vorderansicht)

    Aleksandra Domanović

    *1981 in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, now Serbia. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

    Work: Votive: Partridge


    Petrit Halilaj, You used to fly... (Qëndresa), 01, 2018

    Petrit Halilaj

    *1986 in Kostërrc, Yugoslavia, now Kosovo. Lives and works in Priština, Kosovo, and Berlin, Germany.

    Work: You used to fly, go everywhere and wake up those who are asleep (Qëndresa)


    Sanja Iveković, Women's House (Sunglasses), 2002; work in progress

    Sanja Iveković

    *1949 in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, now Croatia. Lives and works in Zagreb.

    Work: Women's House (Sunglasses)


    Eva Kot'átková, Group Therapy, 2016

    Eva Kot'átková

    *1982 in Prague, Czechia. Lives and works in Prague.

    Work: Group Therapy


    Dan Perjovschi, Dialogue, from the Fish Eye Series, 1986–1987

    Dan Perjovschi

    *1961 in Sibiu, Romania. Lives and works in Sibiu.

    Work: Dialogue, from the Fish-Eye Series


    Agnieszka Polska, The Thousand-Year Plan. 2021, photo: Daniel Chrobak

    Agnieszka Polska

    *1985 in Lublin, Poland. Lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.

    Work: The Thousand-Year Plan


    Slavs & Tatars, Molla Nasreddin the Antimodern, 2012, 9th Gwangju Biennale

    Slavs and Tatars

    Founded in 2006. Live and work in Berlin.

    Work: Molla Nasreddin the Antimodern


    Nedko Solakov, Reality Home, 1990

    Nedko Solakov

    *1957 in Cherven Bryag, Bulgaria. Lives and works in Sofia, Bulgaria.

    Work: Reality Home


    Šejla Kamerić, Behind the Scene I, 2019

    Šejla Kamerić

    *1976 in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, now Bosnia and Herzegovina. Lives and works in Sarajevo and Berlin, Germany.

    Work: Behind the Scenes I


    Trashland, 2020,  Martina Vacheva

    Martina Vacheva

    *1988 Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Lives and works in Plovdiv and Brittany, France.

    Work: Trashland


    Nil Yalter, Neuenkirchen: Ruth Schmidt, Germany, 1975, (1/8)

    Nil Yalter

    *1938 in Cairo, Egypt. Lives and works in Paris, France.

    Work: Neuenkirchen, Ruth Schmidt, Germany


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