Exhibitions

2012
Wired's month-long pop-up exhibition, New York, USA
International Exhibition and Forum of Industry and Innovations INNOPROM, Russia
Gdynia Design Days 2012, Gdansk, Poland
Florence Design Week, Florence, Italy


2011
Contemporary Russian design at Heritage Gallery auction, Moscow, Russia
DESIGNEAST.EU OFFLINE EXHIBITION, Budapest, Hungary - Prague, Czech Republic
Clerkenwell Design Week 2011, London, Great Britain
Exhibition of Czech winners of Red dot design award, Seoul, Republic of Korea
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia


2010
Moscow Design Week 2010, Russia
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia


2008
Red dot design museum, Singapore
International Days of Design of the Baltic States - Gdynia Design Days’ 08, Gdansk, Poland
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia


2007
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia

2006
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
Prague Toy Fair, Czech Republic
MIDO Exhibition, Milan, Italy
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia
ORGATEC, Cologne, Germany


2005
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
Promosedia International Chair Exhibition, Udine, Italy
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia


2004
iF Design Award Exhibition, Hanover, Germany
International festival of architecture and interior design, Moscow, Russia
Salone dell‘ Arredo Bagno, Milan, Italy
100% Design, Moscow, Russia
Il Salone del Mobile, GROHE showroom, Milan, Italy
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia


2003
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia

2001
"Without the name", Omsk, Russia

2000
Furniture Fair, Moscow, Russia

1999
"Made in Omsk", Omsk, Russia
 


"We called the exhibition “Made in Omsk”. Why? Despite the different problems that must be solved in professional affairs, each one of us works to achieve his own goals, results, to produce a finished object. “Made” we understand not only as completion, high quality, certain professional level, maximum efficiency of creativity and intellectual talent, but also as a great individual liability for the made.

What is it that unites us, absolutely different people?

Probably it is theprofessional and creative interests. We are artists, designers, architects… We belong to the generation that discovered a vast amount of new opportunities for self-expression and independent practice over the last few years. For one thing, it’s the schooling, the architects got their education in Novosibirsk.

However, there is something more to it. We have the same views on the time that we live in, to the universe that we work with. We want to speak the modern language, to use modern methods and tools. Solving the problem of space organization, we aim at obtaining harmony with the combination of functuality and creativity. It’s all about reflecting the relationships between people, who gathered to create, to make things, objects or interiors, items or photos. In spite of life’s insuperable obstacles and difficulties, people who Need to Do and Discover must keep doing their thing".
Exhibitants.



In “Mir Zhivopisi”, a gallery on Tarskaya street, from the 17th of January to the 10th of January, a unique exhibition “Made in Omsk” was held (at least, unique for our city). Already completed projects of architects and designers from Omsk were the theme of the exhibition. They included buildings, interiors and different objects.

10 recent and old-established Omsk citizens took part in the exhibition: Alexander BEGUN, Svetlana and Andrej GEATTE, Olga Kalugina, Vadim KIBARDIN, Damir MURATOV, Mihail PAHOTIN, Larisa and Andrej SEDACHEVI and Oleg FREJDIN. Many things unite them, but the main thing is “views on the time that we live in, to the universe that we work with”.

It would have taken too much time to tell about the exhibition… Even its opening became a significant event in the cultural life of the city and deserves a separate story.

Ekaterina SEVAH
“Kommercheskie Vesti” newspaper. № 3 (422) of 27.01.2000