Sep 7, 2017 - People/Products Four years ago I wandered the ruins of the Hexagon, a 1920s pavilion for exhibiting tractors in Gorky Park, which was slated to become the new home of the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture. With its temple-like colonnades, it seemed a fittingly grand setting for the art-world ambitions of Dasha Zhukova, wife of billionaire Roman Abramovich. But, shortly afterward, it was listed as a historic monument, and the project moved to another ruin nearby, a derelict cafeteria. This was not quite the demotion it . . .