Ilya and Emilia Kabakov are a pair of conceptual artists from Russia, best known for their large-scale installations.
This major new exhibition will explore the idea of a failed utopia, and will be deeply rooted in the culture of the old Soviet society. By combining the artists' love of melancholia and humour, the exhibition will begin with Ilya's early paintings made in Moscow before his emigration to the West, and continue with the collaborative projects that he made with Emilia in America since 1988.
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