Moscow Archive of New Art

MANI Archive 

Artists belonging to the Moscow Conceptualism movement compiled MANI (the Moscow Archive of New Art) to document their activities from 1980 to 1982 and facilitate dialogue amongst themselves. The archive includes theoretical texts, documentary photographs, original artworks, handmade books, and exhibition materials relating to and produced by the foundational artists, poets, and theorists of the movement.
MANI itself is a product of the museification practiced by Moscow Conceptualists; therefore, it is an archival project that became an artistic creation itself. A limited number of the five MANI papki was produced and distributed, succeeded by another group of materials spanning 1986-1991 (MANI sborniki), and a self-documenting collection from 1988 onwards, the MANI Museum. 

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Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Russia

  • Garage Museum of Contemporary Art institutional archive
  • L Gallery archive
  • Andrei Khlobystin archive
  • Vadim Zakharov archive
  • Vyacheslav Kuristyn library
  • Shkola Gallery archive
  • George Kiesewalter archive
  • Igor Makarevich archive
  • Igor Palmin archive
  • Joseph Backstein archive
  • Leonid Talochkin archive
  • Mikhail Nazarov archive
  • Garage Museum of Contemporary Art archive
  • Nina Zaretskaya (TV Gallery) archive
  • Sergey Chubraev archive
  • Art Projects Foundation archive
  • Garage Center for Contemporary Culture
  • Moscow Art Magazine archive
  • XL Gallery archive
  • Vlad Chizhenkov archive
  • Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe archive
  • Aidan Gallery archive
  • Articles on the subject of art from Russian newspapers, 1900s-1920s

The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, USA

  • Moscow Archive of New Art
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