September, 28, 2021, 18:30
Discussion of the exhibition “Xenia Hausner. True lies"
Participants: Xenia Hausner, artist; Danila Bulatov, curator of the exhibition at the Pushkin Museum
The event will be held with simultaneous Russian-German translation provided by the translators of Austrian Embassy Ksenia Levitskaya and Stefanie Almer. Russian Sign Language Translation: Irina Ginsberg
On the first day of the Ksenia Hausner retrospective exhibition, with the support of the Austrian Cultural Forum, a meeting with the artist will take place, during which she will talk about her work and together with the exhibition curator talk about how her paintings can be interpreted, what worries her today, and whether there is a future in female art and figurative painting.
November, 27, 2021, 16:00
Discussion: “New Rules. What means Sustainability for Museums?”
Participants: Sabine Haag, Director of the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna, Austria); Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Curator, Head of the Vienna Biennale for Change (Vienna, Austria); Marina Loshak, Director of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts A.S. Pushkin; Anna Gor, director of the Volgo-Vyatka branch of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts A.S. Pushkin (NCCA Nizhny Novgorod - Arsenal); Pierre Brochet, President of the National Gallery in Komi (Syktyvkar); Elisabeth Rosenberg, Sustainability Specialist, Network of European Museum Organizations (NEMO, Berlin)
Moderator: Fabian Ortner, Director of the Austrian Cultural Forum in Moscow
The event will be held with simultaneous translation. Russian Sign Language Translation: Irina Ginsberg
Access, inclusion, diversity, human rights, ecological approach and social responsibility
Diversity, inclusion, human rights, sustainability, social responsibility are words that today we increasingly see in the description of projects for visitors to art museums. This set of values is denoted in Russian by the familiar word “sustainability”. But how do the heads of cultural and art institutions in Russia and abroad understand "sustainability"? What changes does this promise museum institutions in the near and long term? What does women's rights and inclusion have to do with it? The discussion will take place within the framework of the V International Inclusive Festival of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts and the interdisciplinary program of the personal exhibition of Xenia Hausner in the Gallery of 19th-20th century European and American art.
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts: 28.09 Atrium of the Art Gallery of the countries of Europe and America of the XIX - XX centuries, Volkhonka str. 14 / 27.11 Main building, Italian courtyard, Volkhonka str. 12