From July 22 to August 2, Moscow will host the Sixth Annual Exhibition of Hybrid Art Lexus Hybrid Art. This season, Rossia Theatre will become a platform for art studies. The first work, which begins the journey into the world of emotions and feelings, is installation by Mike Hewson Dim Mirror, which opened on June 30 at the front of the theater. The installation will stay at the Pushkinskaya Square until July 19.
This year’s theme is Creating Feelings. Therefore, organizers promise viewers a real cascade of bright emotions – from anticipation to delight, obtained by exploring installations and videos, as well as by participation in the contact improvisations.
Getting into the building of the theater, art permeates its every corner, including the stage, backstage, orchestra pit, corridors and ancillary facilities. Rethinking the classical space, participants of Lexus Hybrid Art shift the usual scenery and provide the audience unforgettable emotions and feelings.
This year, LHA is exhibiting a number of artists who are counted among the classics. Visitors will see works by one of the a leading video-artist Bill Viola, Julio Le Parc, who was one of the founders of kinetic art, Gary Hill, whose video-art may morph into patterns or, on the contrary, into distinctive films with a beginning and end. In addition, one will see artists of the middle generation, which have exhibited at the main biennales, Manifestas, Documentas and other most important platforms for contemporary art — crafting new rules (from Vadim Fishkin and Leandro Erlich to Laura Lima and Liza Morozova), as well as the young authors — Tom Bill, David Birkin, Annika Kahrs and Lucas Simões.
Lexus Hybrid Art Exhibition has been held in Moscow since 2010. The exhibition projects involved more than 60 artists from 20 countries around the world, who participated in open discussions, lectures, master classes, besides exhibiting their art works.
All additional information on, tickets and timeline can be found here.
The exhibition will last from July 22 to August 2, 2015.
The Rossia Theatre, Pushkinskaya Square, 2