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The Sea is the Limit

- 4 May – 2 September 2018 The sea is the limit is a stunning and thought provoking exhibition of international artists’ works addressing the current and ongoing issues of immigration, migration, refugees, integration and borders, both of a cultural and geo-political nature. The project, organised by York Art Gallery and curated by a contemporary UK-based artist […]

Für Babette

- Mariana Hahn performing live with The Opera Three Transformations projection at Bar Babette Berlin. 8.3.2018 from Varvara Shavrova on Vimeo.   Kosmetiksalon Babette Karl-Marx-Allee 36  10178 Berlin 9:00pm – 10:00pm Complimentary welcome drinks 9:30pm – 10pm Performance by: Mariana Hahn 10pm – late Immersive Sound Performance and DJ set by: Mieko Suzuki All-night floor-to-ceiling art by: […]

Mapping Fates. Project by Varvara Shavrova for the ProArte14 Festival at the Elizarov’s Museum, St. Petersburg.

- Интервью с Варварой Шаровой from The PRO ARTE Foundation on Vimeo. Projects Картография судеб. История семьи Шавровых в контексте Большой истории Проект Варвары Шавровой в Музее-квартире Елизаровых В инсталляции, размещенной в Музее-квартиры Елизаровых, Варвара Шаврова возрождает историю своей семьи с помощью художественных работ на текстиле, основанных на исторических фотографиях; саунд-трека, вдохновленного семейными преданиями, передававшимися из […]

Land and Sea – New exhibition

- Varvara Shavrova 'Land & Sea' exhibition teaser from Varvara Shavrova on Vimeo. ‘The Land and Sea’ series of graphite drawings was created during the Summer months in 2009 when Shavrova was still living in Beijing and was spending three months living and working in her Ballycastle studio in Kilbride. Looking over the West Atlantic coastline from […]

‘Reflections on ‘The Haw Lantern’

- Reflections on the Haw Lantern 2017 35 minutes, HD video projection with sound on loop, live performance   Video, sound and site specific live performance. This installation based on the ‘Haw Lantern’ poetry cycle by Seamus Heaney, was commissioned for the Seamus Heaney HomePlace and premiered in the village of Bellaghy, Northern Ireland, in Russian […]
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