Cavert 22 Foundations’s new exhibition The Future is Certain; It’s the Past Which is Unpredictable will launch with a private view on Thursday 22 June, 6-9pm, at Calvert 22 Space in London, and run until 20 August 2017. Featuring nine artists and collectives, the show examines the ways in which history is written and rewritten, as well as the inevitability with which the past reasserts itself in the future.
The Future is Certain is part of Calvert 22 Foundation’s wider season marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution, entitled The Future Remains: Revisiting Revolution. The season of events launched in February of this year, and is being run in partnership with the State Hermitage Museum, the European University at St Petersburg and UCL SSEES and supported by the Vladimir Potanin Foundation
The opening will feature a tour by curator Monika Lipšic, a performance by participating collective Rather Than Happiness, and music throughout the evening selected by London-based artist Ulijona Odišarija.
If you would like to attend the opening, please click here to RSVP free and we’ll look forward to seeing you there.