Wed – Fri: 14:00 – 20:00
Sat – Sun: 12:00 – 20:00
Mon – Tue: day off
Nizhny Tagil is famous for producing cast iron, steel, rolled products, military-industrial equipment, railway cars, trams, pellets, and slag. But this town also knows how to make contemporary art. Tagil art is often exhibited outside the town and affects both local and all-Russian artistic processes.
In this case, "Tagil school" is a generalizing term that implies the work of a heterogeneous group of artists born and/or living in Nizhny Tagil from the 1950s to the present day. The exhibition is divided into 13 sections dedicated to a particular phenomenon of local art. Each section displays celebrated masters and very young artists who are just at the beginning of their careers.
This exhibition is not an encyclopedia-like, retrospective study but an attempt made by Krasnoyarsk artist and curator Alexander Zakirov to identify and analyze phenomena in the works of modern Tagil artists. The exhibition does not aim to highlight all outstanding creators and show all the significant works created during this period. It focuses on general artistic phenomena that are important both for Nizhniy Tagil and Russian contemporary art in general.
Artists: menya.zovut.sasha, Second Hand, Unknown Author, Alexey Aliyev, Anonymous, Vladimir Antony, Tatyana Badanina, Svetlana Bakshayeva, Alexey Bachurin, Lena Belova, Olga Belokhonova-Gaiduk, Sergey Bryukhanov, Diana Bryukhanova, Velimir Bukharov, Vadyan, Valya Vishnya, Yuri Volkov, Natalia Vorozhtsova, Evgeny Goltsov, Nadezhda Gosteva, Nikolai Grachikov, Larisa Grachikova, ZhKP, Vladislav Zaretsky, Zer Gut, Fyodor Kamenskikh, Kirill Khoroshy, Evgeny Komukhin, Conservative, Alexey Konstantinov, Angelina Kotova, Arseny Kulak, Event Laboratory, Oleg Lyssov (Blyablyas), Refat Mamutov, Andrey Mikhailov, Vladimir Nasedkin, Vladimir Seleznev, Denis Tevekov, Alexey bubb Tokmakov, Valery Khasanov, KhO "Gui", Elena Chebakova, Vitaly Cherepanov, Anna Cherepanova, YAPYOS
Address: Samorodoc art cluster, Nizhny Tagil, 49/24 Mira Avenue
Wednesday – Friday: 14:00–20:00
Saturday – Sunday: 12: 00–20: 00
Tours are held daily according to the schedule:
Saturday – Sunday: 12:00, 15:00, 18:00
The tour lasts 1 to 1.5 hours.
No booking in advance is required.
If you want to visit the exhibition with an organized group at a particular time, please book a tour at +79995650363 (Darya).