The Kuryokhin Center, or more extended the Sergey Kuryokhin Center for Modern Art, is a non-profit cultural centre in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The centre was founded in 2004 and named after the Russian avant garde composer Sergey Kuryokhin. The main space of the centre has a capacity of 2000 people.
About Kuryokhin Center 
The Kuryokhin Center organises visual art exhibitions, art events and festivals. The Modern Art Center is an old cinema space. It hosts experimental music, film and art festivals (SKIF, Electro-mechanika Festival, Videoforma festival and Ethno-mechanica Festival) and a few other random events several times per year.
The centre is also the residency of the Sergey Kuryokhin Foundation that collects documentation about the composer.
SKIF and Electro-Mechanica 
SKIF, Sergey Kuryokhin International Festival, is a yearly international festival of modern arts taking place since 1998. Kuryokhin′s long-time partner cellist Boris Raiskin conceived the festival in New York City. SKIF-1 and SKIF-2 took place in New York in 1997 and 1998. In October 1998 SKIF-3 moved to Saint Petersburg, the city where Kuryokhin lived and worked. From 2005 SKIF takes place in the Kuryokhin Modern Art Center in St.Petersburg, the current residence of the festival and Sergey Kuryokhin Foundation.
Electro-Mechanica is an annual festival since 2007 representing electronic audio-visual arts including music, animation, videos, films, installations and performances
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