The New Yorker's Peter Schjeldahl features Ilya & Emilia Kabakov. Read more about the artists and their first exhibtion at Pace in this week's issue or online, here.
This September, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov are bringing their monumental installation The Ship of Tolerance to the River Thames in London and Chicago's Navy Pier to provide a space in each city for the public to reflect and discuss the themes of tolerance and peace. The Ship of Tolerance will be unveiled in London on September 5 as the centerpiece of Totally Thames 2019, and will remain on view through November 8. Meanwhile, the installation will also be displayed from September 17 – October 6 at
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: Not Everyone Will Be Taken Into the Future, the first major museum exhibition in the UK dedicated to the Kabakovs, is now on view at the Tate Modern. This comprehensive exhibition examines the full scope of the Kabakovs' career, from Ilya's work as a 'unofficial artist' in the 1960s, to his move to New York in the 1980s and collaborative practice with Emilia thereafter. Coinciding with the centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution, Not Everyone Will Be Taken Into the Futu
The National Arts Club and the Office of Fine Arts in New York dedicates the month of November to Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, awarding the duo with The National Arts Club’s Medal of Honor for Lifetime Achievement in Fine Art. Currently on view at The National Arts Club is an exhibition entitled, A Model Point of View, featuring never-before-seen works by the Kabakovs through November 29. Two opening receptions will take place on Monday, November 3, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Grand Gallery, and on Monday