Arsenal, September 23-25, 2022
The festival’s relevance can be explained by the necessity of bringing art and audience together. It’s here to help understand the language of art, to encourage reflection by fostering a discussion around professional texts on art ranging from academic studies to art journalism. The festival is named after Italian painter Giorgio Vasari from Arezzo (1511–1574), author of the first ever large-scale study about art and founder of the modern art history. Vasari Festival is designed for a wide range of audiences and readers.
HISTORY and THEMES
- 2014 Vasari;
- 2015 New Ways of Culture;
- 2016 Architecture and Text;
- 2017 Classic Today;
- 2018 History of the Contemporary;
- 2019 Artist Statements;
- 2020 New? Art History?!
- 2021 Almost everything about the 13th century
- 2022 Vasari–2022. Music
- Book fair featuring leading Russian publishers specialising in the humanities and children’s books;
- Intellectual platform with lectures, discussions, round tables and guided tours;
- Concerts, plays and performances;
- Seminars and workshops for children and their parents.