Artist Gleb Skubachevsky designed the restaurants of Ilya Tyutenkov

The project is being implemented as part of the “Give the city art” project, with the help of which the creators want to bring contemporary art beyond the usual framework.

On the facade of the Ugolёk restaurant, a five-meter red cat Ugolyok settled down, the Northerners restaurant was dressed up as a Red Coat by analogy with last year’s successful experiment, and Pinch turned into a Transformer Restaurant using an optical design with prints. The development of all technological solutions was carried out by Pavel Kremenets (AWG).

Artist Gleb Skubachevsky designed the restaurants of Ilya Tyutenkov

Photo: ASKERI GALLERY

Gleb Skubachevsky

artist

- When I thought about the concept, various crazy people came to my mind ideas. Installation should be organically combined with space, reflect the spirit of the place and its energy.

Initially, I wanted to make the design in one style, but I realized that this would deprive restaurants of their special atmosphere. So there was a well-fed cat Ugolyok, a symbol of warmth and delicious food, and a red needle texture in the tradition of the avant-garde on the facade of the mystical restaurant "Northerners".

Artist Gleb Skubachevsky designed the restaurants of Ilya Tyutenkov

Photo: ASKERI GALLERY

Ilya Tyutenkov

restorator

- I am very impressed with the idea of ​​public art - an accessible art that conducts an open dialogue with the audience. Its main meaning lies in visual aesthetics and does not require special knowledge and reading of fundamental scientific texts. He came, saw, was inspired, ate a bruschetta with salmon.

Unpretentious, but honest and working formula.

Artist Gleb Skubachevsky designed the restaurants of Ilya Tyutenkov

Photo: ASKERI GALLERY

Pauline Askeri

gallery owner, journalist

-The installations created by Gleb are an example of the successful interaction of the gallery, the artist and the city. They combine art, design, a unique style of the artist and a modern look at public cultural spaces.

Installations will remain on the facades until January 30, 2020.

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