The AZ Museum launches the "Zverev Art Prize / Outlook. Interpretation. Point" - the annual art prize in the field of art studies and journalism that is awarded for the most interesting and innovative researches and articles, dedicated to the Russian Unofficial Art Movement of the 2nd half of the 20th century and to the contemporary art.
The Prize aims to attract researchers' and journalists' attention to the Russian Nonconformist Art Movement of the 2nd half of the 20th century, as well as to the contemporary art, also it aims at popularizing the contemporary art and the heritage of nonconformists, stimulating scientific interest in such fields and at giving to authors the opportunity to present publicly their own point of view on past, present and future of the Russian art.
For participation we accept applications in 4 nominations - "A book about the Unofficial Art Movement of the 2nd half of the 20th century", "A book about the contemporary Russian art", "An article about the Unofficial Art Movement of the 2nd half of the 20th century", "An article about the contemporary Russian art".
Researches and articles accepted for participation must be focused on visual arts. Researches and articles about other genres, such as theatre, cinematography, literature, music etc. might be accepted in case if an author views them in the context of visual arts.
Applications will be accepted from July 1 until December 31 of 2023.
Learn more details about the Prize nominations, as well as about the conditions of participation on the website of the Prize.
We recommend travelling to Mayakovskaya metro station. The walk to the AZ Museum will take around five minutes. After leaving the station, turn first to the right into the alley, then moving forward, at the first intersection, turn left to 2nd Tverskaya-Yamskaya street. Walk a few meters. AZ Museum will be on your right.
There are paid parking spaces on either side of 2nd Tverskaya-Yamskaya street or in the nearest alleys. Parking is limited, and on weekends and public holidays, the parking lots may be full.