“He put a camera in a carcass and waited for the wolves to come.” That, says Whitney Johnson, director of visuals and immersive experiences, is the kind of effort that makes for a standout National Geographic photo.
“This is a treasure, especially as a showcase for a century’s worth of incredible recovered Russian photography. In Moscow, a city offering remarkably little in the way of public art private contemporary art spaces its little shy of miraculous.” –Wallpaper
“The Russian pavilion’s ‘Victory over the Future’ group show aims to give off avant-garde energy. Alexey Kallima created a room-sized mural of a crowd at a soccer match and Andrei Molodkin’s Le Rouge et Le Noir features two vitrines shaped like the Nike of Samothrace, filled with either crude or blood. ‘It’s brutal and beautiful,’ says curator Olga Sviblova.” –Wall Street Journal