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Vulnerability

 
Vulnerability

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Organizer: The Museum Center of the Russian State University for the Humanities, the Independent Non-Profit Cultural Organization INO
In cooperation with the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art.

Curator: Nataliya Kamenetskaya

Co-curator: Maria Ovchinnikova

Coordinator: Irina Bakanova

Artists:

  • Natalia Abalakova
  • Tanya Antoshina
  • Anna Alchuk
  • Maria Arendt
  • Anna Brochet
  • Vita Buivid
  • Ekaterina Golitzyna
  • Alexandra Demenetieva (Brussels)
  • Elena Elagina
  • Olga Ziangirova
  • Eva Zhigalova
  • Nataliya Kamenetskaya
  • Olga Kiseleva
  • Elena Kovylina
  • Natalia Kushnareva
  • Liudmila Block
  • Anastasia Neliubina
  • Ekaterina Sysoeva
  • Ira Waldron
  • Natasha Tziziashvili
  • Tatyana Liberman
  • Alexandra Luniakova
  • Marina Liubaskina (Berlin)
  • Natalia Mali
  • Maria Naimushina
  • Aidan Salakhova
  • Vera Sazhina
  • Via Muragina
  • Irina Nakhova
  • Katarina Nitsch (Sweden)
  • Olga Tobreluts
  • Maria Ovchinnikova
  • Marina Chernikova
  • Maria Chuikova

Vulnerability is one of the more highly valued, authentic, mysterious and yet obvious characteristics that makes a human being human.  Vulnerability, as opposed to degradation, is a characteristic necessary for human development and cannot be subjected to standard measures of evaluation.  Vulnerability is that category of genuine human characteristic that presents itself as and is taken as weakness in the patriarchal paradigm.  Therefore, for this project, vulnerability is the theme of women’s contemporary art, women’s artistic expression.    






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