PAX MUNDI /Together We Stand/ Exhibition 2022
“Together We Stand” is both the title and underlining concept of an international exhibition uniting artists from different countries in this global time of crisis. It brings together the works of:
- Vlad Yurashko and Vika Shumskaya, Ukrainian artists living in Slovakia;
- Yelena Lewis, a Russian-British artist living in France;
- Karha Nizharadze, a Georgian artist living in Switzerland;
- Sergey Sergeev, a Russian artist living in France.
As the world is torn apart by unjust wars, breeding pain and hatred, it is the duty of every artist who stands for peace to help repair and mend our society by promoting compassion, common sense and forgiveness. Art has a particularly important role to play as a manifestation of human spirituality and development.
The multinational artists showcased in this exhibition stand together in rejection of tyranny and the political games designed to separate creative minds. They speak for peace, love and compassion. They use art to better comprehend and explain the current situation, to mirror and document both human pain and hope.
New book by Professor Viktor Pavlovich Samokhvalov “Hermeneutics of Psychiatry”
On the cover is Sergeyev’s painting “The Mysterious Soul of My Friend”
The Art Club D137 project, which is called Top of Europe Haute-Savoie, opens a new page in the activities of our club, which can now also be called the Haute Savoie Amateur Club. The project is dedicated not only to culture, but also to many other aspects of life in this wonderful region of France, which is the highest point of Europe not only due to its geographical features, but also to the most interesting history, cultural studies, nature and, of course, people. We fell in love with this land, and we will talk about it in the hope that you will discover it for yourself!
In 2014 Art Club D137 published a catalog dedicated to Georgy Guryanov “My work of art is myself”
D137 Art club presented a new book by Professor Viktor Pavlovich Samohvalov “Social psychopathology” 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, novel end published poetry collection.
2001, the New Academy of Fine Arts – thanks for the support New Academy of Fine Arts
2001, magazine “Sobaka.Ru” – the best gallery of the year
2002, the “Izvestia” newspaper – the best art projects of the year
2002, Goethe-Institut – for cooperation in the exibitions organization
2004, the Sergei Kuryokhin International Festival (SKIF) – thanks for the contemporary art ‘s support
2007, the young artists contest “Orientiry” – thanks for the support
Presentation of Olga Osterberg’s book “D137” in Social Club on May 27, 2018
Added on 05/27/2018 Olga
Presentation of the book – catalog “D137” by Olga Osterberg
Host and DJ: Artemy Troitsky
Social Club, Rubinshteina, 40/11
May 27, 19:00
On May 27, the day of our city, the Social Club will host a presentation of the book-catalog “D137” by Olga Osterberg, director and founder of the legendary St. Petersburg gallery of contemporary art D137.
Editions that include an overview of the gallery’s events from 1996 to 2018, as well as stories about artists, musicians and interesting people who were its guests.
The host of the evening is a well-known journalist and music critic Artemy Troitsky.
In a programme:
video story about Art Club D137
recording of an interview with artist Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe and
“Pirate TV” with his participation
recording of an interview with Georgy Guryanov, artist and
musician of the KINO group
DJ set by Artemy Troitsky – favorite music of Art Club D137
Guests of the evening: friends, fans and associates of the Art Club,
artists, musicians, poets and writers, journalists, art critics,
collectors and art lovers.
Information support: the program “Cultural Evolution”,
TV channel “Saint Petersburg”.
st. Rubinstein, 40/11 925 4342 www.socialclub.rest
Download the electronic version of the book:
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