The exhibition in VDNH's "Karelia" Pavilion is American artist Daniel Arsham's first solo show in Russia. It opens on 30 September 2017 as part of the 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art's parallel programme. Especially for this project, the author will create nine works solely in white, taking into account the features and proportions of the exhibition space.
Over 300 vintage gramophones, phonographs, radios, radio-gramophones and jukeboxes can now be seen and heard at VDNH. In the new museum, the House of Vintage Music, it is very easy to study the history of audio technology development, delve into details of each of the exhibits and listen to archive records of favourite performers from the middle of the last century.
At Robostatsiya, you can now not only admire the clever, fantastic robots, but also try your hand at mountaineering. The exhibition now has an unusual hybrid of a climbing trainer and a Skala interactive game platform.
The Robostation offers fun, education and a spectacular birthday celebration with friends and robots! The birthday girl or boy and guests will be amazed by the chemical show with a mad professor, a portrait made by an artist-robot, sparklers and a special cake with the figure of Thespian the Robot. This is a once-in-a-lifetime birthday experience!
You can see the 3D panorama “Moscow. 1941. Counterattack” at VDNH, Pavilion No. 57, where the historical park “Russia — My History” takes place. The three-dimensional exhibition is devoted to the 75th anniversary of the Red Army's counterattack during the Battle for Moscow.