Twenty new works by Pavel Pepperstein unveiled at the Garage Museum’s The Human as a Frame for the Landscape exhibition

Twenty new works by Pavel Pepperstein unveiled at the Garage Museum’s The Human as a Frame for the Landscape exhibition
On show will be early drawings and albums by Pepperstein that have never been exhibited before.

On 28 February, Pavel Pepperstein’s exhibition The Human as a Frame for the Landscape will open at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. The artist created 20 new works, including graphics, videos and installations, especially for the event. The project’s curator is Yekaterina Inozemtseva.

Drawings and albums that Pepperstein created as a teenager will be exhibited for the first time. The exhibition design is in the form of a sequence of rooms, each presenting a “landscape system.” For example, one room is a Library, packed solely with books created by Pepperstein. The books won’t open and only the spines are visible. 

Pavel Pepperstein is a notable Russian artist, writer, musician and art theorist. He was born in Moscow in 1966. In the mid-1980s, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. Pepperstein was a co-founder of the Inspection Medical Hermeneutics artists’ group (1987-2001). He has exhibited in many Russian museums and internationally. Pavel Pepperstein won the Kandinsky Prize in the Project of the Year category. He is the author of the books An Old Man’s Diet (1997), Mythogenic Love of Castes (1999), Spring (2010), A Prague Night (2011), and The Age of Theme Parks (2017). 

The artist is to release his memoirs ahead of the exhibition.