Golubitskoe Art Foundation is a new project by the team of the Zarya Center for Contemporary Art (Vladivostok) dedicated to spatial perception of art. It is located on the grounds of a wine estate on the Taman Peninsula.
The initiative has been launched by the philanthropist and art collector Alexander Mechetin, the founder and co-owner of BELUGA GROUP, the largest alcohol manufacturer in Russia.
The goals of Golubitskoe Art Foundation are to support and to promote local Russian artists and to foster international collaboration in contemporary art. Golubitskoe Art Foundation runs an artist residency and implements international residential exchange programmes. The Foundation is building an art park with signature architectural structures and pieces of contemporary art, walking routes and conceptual gardens on the wine estate grounds.
The art park concept is currently in the process of development. An open call for two objects will be launched in 2021.