V–A–C-Live is an international programme of artist events in collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery (London).
Opening with the Cabaret Kultura three-day event (2016, London), the programme proceeds with the Tunguska Event, the performance History Marches on a Table by Vadim Zakharov (2017, London), then continues with a showing of Tino Segal’s seven immersive situations in Moscow (2017) and the interactive performance VASYARUN (2018, London). The three-day film event This Is Not (a) Cinema (2019, London) marks the finale of the programme.
The launch of V–A–C Live at Whitechapel Gallery builds upon an ongoing partnership between the Whitechapel and V–A–C Foundation. A series of four displays from the V–A–C collection were displayed in a dedicated Collections Gallery show from September 2014 — August 2015 as part of the Whitechapel Gallery’s ongoing programme of opening up rarely seen public and private collections from around the world.