TOK at Manifesta 10

  • Maya Zack, "Black and Whilte Rule", 2011, video, 17 min, video still. Courtesy: the artist
    1/4 | Maya Zack, "Black and Whilte Rule", 2011, video, 17 min, video still. Courtesy: the artist
  • Jeremy Deller, The Battle of Orgreave, 2001. Directed by Mike Figgis. Co-Commissioned by Artangel and Channel 4. Photograph by Martin Jenkinson
    2/4 | Jeremy Deller, The Battle of Orgreave, 2001. Directed by Mike Figgis. Co-Commissioned by Artangel and Channel 4. Photograph by Martin Jenkinson
  • Olga Jitlina, 'Hodja Nasreddin Contest', 2014, drawing by Anna Teryoshkina
    3/4 | Olga Jitlina, 'Hodja Nasreddin Contest', 2014, drawing by Anna Teryoshkina
  • Emily Newman, "The New Chelyuskinets', 2014. Courtesy: the artist
    4/4 | Emily Newman, "The New Chelyuskinets', 2014. Courtesy: the artist
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TOK participates in 5 projects in the framework of the European Biennial of Contemporary Art Manifesta 10, which is held in St Petersburg from June 28 to October 31, 2014. We curate three projects out of five and in the other two we appear as producers. Represented artists include Jeremy Deller (UK), Olga Jitlina (Russia), Glyuklya (Russia), Emily Newman (US), Maya Zack (Israel)  
 
June 28 - October 31
film screenings and educational program 
curator: Anna Bitkina
part of Manifesta 10 Parallel Program 
 
June 12 
producer: TOK
part of Manifesta 10 Public Program 
 
June 13 
Glyuklya (Natalya Pershina-Yakimanskaya). Debates on Separation: When Private Becomes Public
17:00 - performance at the New Stage of the Aleksandrinskiy Theater 
19:00 - silent procession along the Nevsky prospect 
curator: Anna Bitkina
part of Manifesta 10 Public Program 
 
August 16 and 17 
Emily Newman. Chelyuskinets Festival
open air festival and educational events 
August 16, Udelniy park,  17:00 - 20:00
August 17, Museum of the Arctic and Antarctic, 13:30
producer: Maria Veits
part of Manifesta 10 Public Program  
 
September 30  - October 31 
exhibition 
Taiga creative space 
curator: Maria Veits
part of Manifesta 10 Parallel Program