Starting from 4 March, the COS20MOS21 exhibition at Zaryadye Park featured works from Marina Fedorova’s Cosmodreams project, as part of the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the first human flight to space.
A showcase of works from Marina Fedorova’s Cosmodreams art project was organized at Zaryadye Park, Moscow, Russia, as part of the COS20MOS21 exhibition. This was a tribute to the 60th anniversary of the first human space flight.
Zaryadye displayed four art prints from Marina Fedorova’s “Cosmodreams” series. These originally were oil paintings exploring various aspects of space exploration and inhabitation. Several artworks featured augmented reality scenarios.
“I sought to create an idealistic utopia in which beautiful women have no need for spacesuits – unless they are “stuck” on Earth,” explains Marina Fedorova.
Whether it be endless space, intergalactic travels, or alien intellect, the artists’ signature approach to the space theme is in itself an exciting journey that we invite guests to enjoy,” comments Zaryadye’s press department.