Alla inlägg den 3 september 2009

Av Lars Vilks - 3 september 2009 10:36

Moscow Poetry Club

This literary club was founded in 2007, chaired by Kirill Kovalzi and curated by Evgeny Nikitin. The nucleus of the club is a group of poets-metarealists and poets of the "Poetry" club - Evgeny Bunimovich, Jury Arabov, Mark Shatunovsky, Vladimir Aristov, Alexander Eremenko, Alexander Samartsev, Sergey Strokan, John High, and also young poets Andrey Rodionov, Alexey Korolev, Alexander Pereverzin, Gennady Kanevsky, Igor Karaulov, Evgeniya Vorobyeva and Evgeniy Nikitin. The name is an important connection with the legendary Moscow Poetry Club which was founded in the 1980s. Among the founders is the well-known poet Viktor Korkiya (b. 1948). 

Moscow Poetry Club, the poetic club in the form we see today, is the form (however unostentatious) of a dialogue between the modern art and poetry. The club participated in Venice Biennial 2009 with the theme Making Words.


In the Ladonia Biennial Andrey Rodionov is performing a revised poetry version of Viktor Korkiya’s play "The Invincible Armada"(after Lope de Vega). The famous Spanish author Lope de Vega participated in the battle of the Armada in 1588 and survived.

Music: DDT, Peter Tchajkovsky Manfred, Francisco Guerrero, Sililoquios, text by Lope de Vega.

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