Exhibition: On My Way

studio international On my way (11.06.2015) On my way (Венеция) (01.06.2015) The art will always be with you (25.05.2015) - о Венецианской биеннале (19.05.2015) - ON MY WAY – CYLAND (08.05.2015) On My Way, exhibition by CYLAND (01.05.2015)
notizie in un click - E’ TEMPO DI BIENNALE: 4 MOSTRE A CA’ FOSCARI (29.04.2015)
cobramag.netAlexander Shishkin-Khokusai – Ida / On My Way (25.04.2015)
rhizome.orgExhibition: On My Way (10.04.2015)
kunstnet.deCYLAND Media Art Lab Debuts On My Way at The Venice Biennale
artinfo.ruМедиа-арт лаборатория CYLAND представляет выставку “On My Way”
citypulse.ioOn My Way
art1.ruВыставка петербургских художников откроется в Венеции (18.03.2015)


About CYLAND Media Lab

CYLAND Media Lab is one of Russia’s most active New Media art nonprofit organizations. CYLAND houses the largest archive of Eastern European video art online, organizes exhibits around the world and is the force behind CYBERFEST (Russia’s largest annual New Media art event.) CYBERFEST has been held across St Petersburg’s top art institutions: The State Hermitage Museum, Peter and Paul Fortress, KURYOKHIN MODERN ART CENTER, Borey Gallery, the Gallery of Experimental Sound and Creative Space Tkachi. The 9th edition of CYBERFEST will take place in New York City, Berlin and St Petersburg in 2015. CYLAND was cofounded by Marina Koldobskaya and Anna Frants.


About Centro Studi sulle Arti della Russia (CSAR) at Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

The Center for Studies on the Arts of Russia (CSAR) is promoted by the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Direction of International Programs with the support of the Ministries of Culture and Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. It is the first university center in Italy which aims to carry out systematic research and dissemination of the cultural heritage of Russia. Its activities include permanent and temporary workshops, international conferences, film festivals and supporting Performing Arts. Scientific publications, catalogs of art collections and promotion of cultural activities are done primarily to benefit future generations.