Alexander Morozov, artist from Marina Gisich Gallery takes part in the group exhibition "Historical Baggage" (Tsarskaya Tower, exhibition hall at the Kazan Station) from December 19, 2019 to December 31, 2020.
"Historical Baggage" exhibition is part of a large-scale project with same name. The Historical Baggage project is an extensive study of the history of Russia in the context of the development of its regions. The history of cities and regions of the country has already been presented to passengers and visitors of railway stations in 18 cities in the form of interactive exhibitions. The main part of the project was created in the space of the exhibition hall, which united the project materials in three areas into a single structure of the exhibition: Nikolaev railway; Baikal-Amur Mainline; the third direction is represented by four large cities, creating a subtle interweaving of historical dialogue. These are Moscow and St. Petersburg, Veliky Novgorod and Vladivostok.
Alexander Morozov's installation “Music of Rails” refers to the experience of almost everyone who has ever traveled by rail - everyone is familiar with the unique sound and hum of railway wheels, which in this work takes on both a musical and historical meaning. The exhibition also represented works made with tempera on a board.