On November 17, a discussion was held in the DC Gromov with the support of the D137 Art Club as part of the St. Petersburg Cultural Forum, dedicated to collecting contemporary art and creating a collectors club.
Helen Mirren visited the D137 Art Club and the exhibition “Freedom from Actual” by Sergey Sergeev
On October 2, an exhibition of Sergey Sergeev’s new works entitled “Freedom from the Actual” opened at the Art Club D137 on Rubinshtein Street. In November, as part of the exhibition, will be a presentation of a new book by Professor V.P. Samokhvalov “Social psychopathology”, illustrated by Sergeev Sergey’s works presented in D137.
Russian Art Galleries after 1990. History and Outlook.
Fasanenstr. 37 – 10719 Berlin
26. April 2018
Olga Osterberg, gallerist, Saint Petersburg, Kristina Tarnarutskaya, “Frida beauty&art atelier” art space, Volgograd, and Anna Matveeva, art-critic, Berlin
Presenter: Hannelore Fobo, curator, Berlin
Languages: Russian / English
D137 Art club presented a new novel by Professor Viktor Pavlovich Samohvalov “Philosophical intoxication.” Victor Samohvalov well known scholar of psychiatry, anthropology, culturology. He lived and worked in the Crimea, now is the professor of psychosocial Richmond Fellowship of the Czech Republic. He wrote a lot of scientific papers end published poetry collection. “Philosophical intoxication” is the first novel of Victor Pavlovich.
Sergeev Sergey «Captcha»
StateMuseumof Urban Sculpture.
New Exhibition Hall
Saint Petersburg Chernoretsky Lane, 2 / Nevsky Prospect, 179
Captcha as Neurotext and the Beginning of the Age of Restoration
As culture and technology have evolved, modern man has been quickly turning into a cyborg. He no longer needs long-term memory, logical and analytical thinking, and a thoroughgoing awareness of self. He can make do without natural fertilization, directly expressed emotions, worn-out joints, aged and crumbling teeth, wrinkles, cataracts, and internal organs. He can thus conceal his actual age and camouflage his anomalies and true level of intelligence. Prostheses, canned thoughts and memories, gadgets, and translation and information storage devices replace defective components. What we are witnessing now is the consequence of evolutionary changes in thinking, whose stages are known to us only from the traces of material culture and the emergence and development of writing. Continue reading