Osnova gallery is taking part in one of the most important Moscow art-market events – Cosmoscow – for the third time. This year on the gallery’s stand new projects can be seen involving Russian and German artists – Ian Ginsburg and Henning Strassburger. They both display and interpret 20th century classics’ artistical devices, exploring the influence of these methods on contemporary art. Their works analyze potential scope of artistic practices and their place in the modern visual continuum. Appealing to the art history in its broad context, Ian Ginsburg and Henning Strassburger raise an issue of globalization impact on the national art. Is there Russian, German or American art these days? How should we set a boundary between them? The answer can be found among the interconnections, set by the works of young artists on the Cosmoscow Art Fair stand.