CYLAND in the ‘Passage’ Exhibition Project in St. Petersburg

March 1st, Victoriya Ilyushkina, CYLAND MediaArtLab artist and curator of the CYFEST video program, participates in the exhibition project at the CC Gromov in St. Petersburg. Entitled ‘Passage’ (“Перевал”), the exhibition refers to a mysterious tragedy on the Dyatlov passage occurred on February 2, 1959.

The project presents the work of more than 40 contemporary St. Petersburg artists and focuses on the generally avoided topic of death. Most of the works presented at the exhibition are on display for the first time.


Exhibition view photo: CC Gromov Facebook page

For more information about the exhibition (in Russian), visit


March 1 – April 19
4 Gromova str., Saint Petersburg, 195196 Russia

Cultural Center Gromov is a multi-purpose art space on the right bank of the River Neva in the Malaya Okhta district of St. Petersburg. It was opened in September 2016. CC Gromov was conceived as a multi-purpose venue for concerts, exhibitions, theater productions, seminars, round-table discussions, meet-the-artist sessions, business meetings and other events. The two-level exhibition space, the stage and auditorium with a seating capacity of 150 are suitable for any kind of chamber events.