The project is a pop-up installation in the main hall of the Moscow's Tretyakov State Gallery during the Museum Night. It is a tribute to the museums collection of Moscow’s XX century avant-garde art, which included the legacy of artists such as A. Rodchenko, V. Tatlin, K. Malevich, V. Kandinsky, E. Lissitzky and more. The installation took place in the main hall of the Moscow’s Tretyakov State Gallery that stores the fundamental heritage of the Russian avant-garde epoch.
We developed a pop-up space that included a library, cafe zone and souvenir shop, aiming to combine functional and utilitarian design that would aesthetically refer to the aforementioned influential period of Russian art..
Completion date: May, 2013
Client: The July 16
Location: Tretyakov Gallery at Krymsky Val. Moscow, Russia
Architecture, exhibition design: Aleksei Galkin, Maxim Scherbakov
Graphics, navigation: Egor Kraft