On June 25, 2016 the Pushkinskaya 10 Arts Center celebrated its anniversary with series of events which featured Anna Frants’ and CYLAND MediaArtLab installation ‘On the Lookout’ and the display of documentation for the ‘Patterns of the Mind’ project. Both projects were exhibited in the halls of the arts center and gained much interest from general public.
The story of the Pushkinskaya 10 Arts Center began in 1989 when a group of independent artists and musicians moved into an abandoned building on Pushkinskaya Street and founded the «Free Culture» Society. Today, the center consists of art galleries, museums, concert venues, clubs, and studios for about 40 artists and musicians. It also houses Russia’s first museum of nonconformist art, which contains a unique collection of «unofficial» art from the second half of the 20th Century.