Days of Contemporary Art (DOCA) international festival is a cultural and educational project aimed at popularisation of modern art. The festival has no commercial goals and no monetary profit. The DOCA festival serves to form new value criteria in the field of contemporary art.
During 8 years, the following outstanding art community representatives were involved in the project: Matthieu Martin (France), Ulrike Bolenz (Belgium), Rudolf Sikora (Slovakia), Martin Simutis (Lithuania), Natalia Karpinskaya (USA), Oleg Kulik, Dmitry Gutov, Misha Most, Valery Cherkashin and Natalia Cherkashina, Valery Chtak, Zhenya Mikheeva, Mark Steinbock, Andrey Bartenev, Sasha Frolova, Svetlana Spirina, Arnold Zheleztsov, Ekaterina Reisher, Ksenia Plisova, Adolf Demko, Mikhail Levius, Egor Kraft, Daniil Chepik, Artur Lomakin, Kirill Basalayev, Nootk, Anna Kulachek, Ivan Kasimov, Lev Melikhov, Olga Sogrina, Olga Ivanova, Taisia Korotkova, Maria Syrtlanova, Maksim Kharlov, Sergey Starostin, Panika Derevya, Ekaterina Savchenko, Anton Bulygin, Vlad Shutov, Ivan Savenkov, Vladimir Arkhangelsky, Liza Morozova, Anya Zhyolud, Protey Temen, and many others.
The DOCA international festival is carried out on the basis of the Faculty of Design and Photography of IGUMO. Students created a special DOCA website where you can learn about all participants of the festival and read the archive of the event. Curators of student projects are representatives of professional art and art community accompanying the work of students at all phases of preparation.
DOCA curator: Elizaveta Zemlyanova, Curator of the Faculty of Design and Photography at IGUMO.
Author of the project: Ekaterina Tetrokalashvili, Dean of the Faculty of Design and Photography at IGUMO, PhD in Economics.
Web-site - http://doca.moscow/