ВExhibition project within the framework of the 14th International Architecture Biennale in Venice

Curator and author of the exposition: Sergey Kuznetsov
Architect: Agniya Sterligova
Realization: 360 degree
A parallel project of the XIV International Biennale of Architecture in Venice occupied the exhibition halls and courtyard of the Church of Santa Maria dela Pieta. The project "MOSKVA: urban space" reveals the theme of the 2014 Biennale - "Fundamentals", proposed by the curator, architect Rem Koolhaas, as a retrospective look at the development of public space in Moscow over a century - from 1914 to 2014. The story, which begins with pre-revolutionary views of the city, takes the visitor through the periods of avant-garde, the Stalinist Empire style, the mass construction of standard projects, the architectural "carnival" of the dashing 90s, and ends with the conditional "Moscow Today" - a presentation - "attraction", a diorama of the Zaryadye park project, in in which the night and day views of the future landscape phenomenon are endlessly reflected in the mirror surfaces of the decoration of the hall.