Gallery-sharing initiative Open Circle presents Small World exhibition at Fragment space in Moscow

It is second exhibition of the initiative. This year’s concept is Small World, reflecting the modern processes of globalization. Despite those who oppose this phenomenon, the project organizers suggest perceiving the Small World tendency in a positive way, where art is becoming more accessible. We often notice common themes among artists living and working in different parts of the world, and this is just one of the inevitable manifestations of contemporary art. But the world is not becoming homogenized, instead, we witness the birth of a new community where everyone is somehow connected by five handshakes.


Participating galleries and artists:

Misako & Rosen (Tokyo) | COBRA & Ken Kagami
Peres Projects (Berlin) | Rebecca Ackroyd
Lubov (New York) | Kevin Tobin
Raster (Warsaw) | Przemek Matecki
Temnikova & Kasela (Tallinn) | Sigrid Viir
Capsule (Shanghai) | Wang Haiyang
Fragment (Moscow) | Kian McKeown

September 13, 2021