Group show by Vitaly Bezpalov, Epop Toy, Ilya Smirnov and Dima Gred

March 2, 2019 - March 15, 2019
Studio 20

Vitaly Bezpalov (b. 1985). Lives and works in Moscow. Artist, co-founder of Tzvetnik. Selected exhibitions include Hands of Doom VI, Storage Copacite, Berlin, 2019; The Blood of the Poor, Oktogon, Wuppertal, 2018; Assiette ou Virage et Dérapage, Milano, 2017; The Rhythm of the Night, Center RED, Moscow, 2017; Paradise on Mars, OJ, Istanbul, 2017; Politics of fragility, Galereya na Shabolovke, Moscow, 2016; Metageorgaphy. Space-Image-Action, Moscow State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 2015


Ilya Smirnov (b. 1984). Lives and works in Moscow. Artist and curator, co-founder of Alyssa Davis Gallery. Selected exhibitions include The malignancy of stupidity: the cutest evil, 2017, Lily Robert, Paris; Il Futuro Era Bellissimo Per Noi, 2016, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris; Mechanics Alley, 2015, 63rd–77th STEPS, Bari, Italy; FOOL DISCLOSURE, 2014, Henningsen gallery, Copenhagen.


Dima Gred (b. 1990). lives and works in Moscow. Artist. Selected exhibitions include: Untitled’ at Reflex Project, Toowoomba, Australia 2018; Untitled’ at X-MAX, Ufa, Russia 2018; Marquage Urbain at Galerie Victor Sfez, Paris, France 2018; Gred in Red at Center Red, Moscow, Russia 2016; Parts of walls 2 at RuArts, Moscow, Russia 2018; Imya Rek at Perm Museum of Contemporary Art, Perm, Russia 2018; Biennale Internationale d Art Non Objectif Grenoble, France 2017;StreetArkh at Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia 2014.


Egor Toy (b.1993). Lives and works in Nizhny Novgorod. Artist. Selected exhibitions include: School years Center for Contemporary Culture "Smena",Kazan 2018; "Eh life Maxim Boxer Gallery, Moscow 2018; What is good and what is bad? Gallery "TOLK", Nizhny Novgorod 2015; Paper Stories Volga-Vyatka branch of the NCCA, Arsenal, Nizhny Novgorod 2018; Parts of the wall, Gallery "RuArts", Moscow 2018; First Triennale of Russian Contemporary Art Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow 2017; Casus Pacis / Reason for Peace Street Art Museum, St. Petersburg 2014.