This October 5, Stella Art Foundation presents its new space with the exhibition “Parsuns non grata,” which gathers works by two contemporary sculpture legends: Boris Orlov and Sergei Shekhovtsov.
The authors have been friends for many years. The project’s title refers to a topic that fascinates them both: the study of the excluded, repressed and hidden, or figures (persons) of silence, displaced into the collective unconscious area. In total, the exhibition bring together more than 60 art pieces, some of which will be shown to a public for the first time.
Stella Art Foundation’s new residence is located on the 2nd floor of Mercury Tower, Moscow City. It occupies 1000 sq.m., which is 10 times larger than the Foundation’s premises at the old address (Skaryatinsky pereulok). Now exhibits can fill an overwhelming 650 sq.m. of space. “Parsuns non grata” project is just the first of many in the events’ program that the Foundation’s team have prepared for 2024-2025.