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Sasha Pirogova & Marina Fridman, Garden, 2017

Sasha Pirogova is an artist who works with video and performance. Her creations are based on philosophical exploration of a continuous flow of life. They offer a sensual look at the duality of material and spiritual. Every work by Sasha Pirogova is a specific energy exchange. By capturing her feelings and transmitting it to the viewer the artist strives to his or her positive transformation.

Sasha Pirogova & Marina Fridman, Garden, 2017

Sasha Pirogova was born in 1986 in Moscow. She graduated with a MS in Physics from Moscow State University in 2010 and Moscow Rodchenko Art School, Video and New Media department in 2014. The artist has been awarded the Innovation Art Prize in the “New generation” category in 2014 (Moscow) and the Kandinsky Prize in the “Young Artist. Project of the Year” category in 2017 (Moscow). Sasha Pirogova’s projects were presented at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow), Garage Museum of Contemporary Art (Moscow), Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma (Helsinki), Whitechapel gallery (London), Kunstquartier Bethanien (Berlin), ImPulsTanz (Vienna), Tate Modern (London) etc. In 2017 the video Garden was presented at the Russian pavilion of the 57th Venice Biennale.


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Patrick Ostrowsky, BRKBL, Munich 2020, Galerie Britta Rettberg

Patrick Ostrowsky is concerned with sculpture and its relation to space, its function and interface with architecture and design. The theories of Minimal Art, Post Minimal Art and Land Art enter his work in many ways. The artist explores the interplay between the constructs of the industrial and the ecological, the urban and the natural, the collective and the individual.

Following a site-specific, experimental, and process-oriented artistic approach, he makes use of the technique of casting, whereby the examination of seemingly contradictory material properties and the appropriation of everyday objects are crucial. Patrick Ostrowsky deals with the concept of plasticity, which is equally defined by form and material, and strives for balance. Born 1991 in Schwandorf, Germany, He lives and works in Munich.