On 15 April Art4 Gallery presents the first international solo exhibition by artist Danila Polyakov. His project Madonna in Paradise will be on view from 15 to 25 April at the gallery space Cromwell Place, South Kensington.

Combining skill and the simplicity of the medium, anxiety and irony, naivety and kitsch, contemporary artist and performer Danila Polyakov explores questions of identity, the interaction of humans and technology, and himself and his relationship to the external world.


A bright new international talent is bringing her work to London, where she will be launching
her first UK exhibition at ART4 in Cromwell Place, South Kensington in the gallery's room 11.
The exhibition, Restoration of Time, will take place between the 12th of March, 2024, and is on
view until the 24th.
When I return home, more than anything I value the fading away of one control and the appearance of
another. Other vital rhythms come to the fore, a place where things can remain incompletely defined.
In depicting landscapes, I do not focus on the details. I want to show that which never comes into the
frame. Those events that remain beyond its perimeter represent the potential for meeting.
In May, 2023 ART4 Museum announced a personal project by contemporary multidisciplinary artist Dima Filippov “Edge”.
The personal project of the artist, model, performer and provocateur Danila Polyakov «Sport» is dedicated to the human body and the controversy between reality and self-presentation. The project grew out of the theme of the upcoming Paris-2024 Olympic Games, which, as for Danila, embody the modern mass culture - a symbiosis of technology, ethics, the cult of the body and its beauty. In the new reality, this semantic dichotomy of competitiveness and virtual presentation of the best version of oneself seems especially strange.
In August, 2021 Liza Bobkova presented her new works at her Alma Mater, Stieglitz Museum of Applied Arts, St.Petersburg. This exhibition comprises several exposition genres at once – an appealing report of the Stieglitz Academy graduate and a workshop, an academic play; a monologue performance at a psychoanalytic couch and a social visionary lab.