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Sasha Frolova's exhibition in Zifergauz

TUE–SUN: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.


May 17 — July 31

Sasha Frolova's Kaleidoscope exhibition opened at the Zifergauz digital art gallery on the third floor of House 12.

There are already two permanent installations by Sasha at the Zifergauz, and now there is the artist's first major solo exhibition in St. Petersburg. Sasha Frolova is known for her unusual objects and costumes made of latex.

The centerpiece of the exhibition is the Kaleidoscope. The artist's works are multiplied and refracted in its mirror surfaces, video and augmented reality. Kaleidoscope brings all these worlds together into a single whole.

The exhibition is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission is free, by advance registration only (link in Russian). Places are limited. Please keep your distance, wear a mask, and stay home if you feel any signs of illness.

Sasha Frolova is a contemporary Russian artist. She creates sculptures and installations. Nominee for the Kandinsky Prize, Sasha's solo exhibitions were shown in museums in Russia, Italy, Germany.

Sasha Frolova: “I strive to achieve the effect of fascination in everything I do. The word fascination is very close to me. In art it means you can't take your eyes from the piece, you are attracted to what you see, and most often you don't understand why. I like to give the viewer room for interpretation — that's the freedom of contemporary art. As an artist I want the viewer to try not to understand but to feel the form, to be fascinated, to freeze, to admire, to stop analyzing and start perceiving”

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