Christina Lodder is an accomplished Art Historian, writer, Honorary Professor of the History and Philosophy of Art at the University of Kent, President of the Malevich Society in New York, and the co-editor of Brill’s Russian History and Culture series. In 1983 she published her…
The large exhibition of Russian art at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem features work by legendary Russian artists ranging from Malevich to Kabakov.
The works have been collected from major Museum collections across Russia and Europe including State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, the State Hermitage…
Museum of the History of St Petersburg is currently hosting an exhibition featuring 50 unique, previously unpublished movie posters from its collection. A portion of the exhibited posters can only be found in this collection, which makes the exhibition all the more exciting.
Today marks the inauguration of the major exhibition of Russian masterpieces at the Macao Museum of Art in Macao, China.
The exhibition titled Masterpieces of Russian Art from the State Tretyakov Gallery features an impressive 70 paintings from the end of the 18th to mid-20th…
The Deineka Gallery in Kursk is offering a brand new exhibition featuring 60 paintings, painted by various European, Russian and Soviet artists between 17th — 20th centuries. The “In a new light” exposition is in many ways a continuation of the “Around the world” exhibition…
The Museum of Russian Impressionism in Moscow is preparing an exhibition of work by Russian Impressionist Nikolai Meshcherin. The exhibition will officially launch in February, a day before Valentine’s day, which makes it a perfect destination for loved up couples.
Although the exposition launch is…
The painting in question "Ivan the Terrible" by Russian painter Mikhail Panin disappeared from the Dnipropetrovsk Art Museum during the occupation of the city in 1941 during the Great Patriotic War, and was recently discovered in Connecticut, USA.
The US authorities are planning to return…
Saatchi Gallery presents the first major solo retrospective of Georgian-Russian artist Zurab Tsereteli in the UK.
The larger than life artist is born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1934. Zurab Konstantinovich Tsereteli is a Georgian-Russian painter, sculptor and architect well known for his large-scale and often polarizing,…
The Jewish Museum and Center of Tolerance in Moscow, partnered together with the “Encyclopedia of the Avant-garde”, has opened the registration process for the taught course led by Andrei Sarabianov. The registration is currently still open.
Andrei Sarabianov is a distinguished art historian, curator, the…
The museums and galleries of Moscow are currently offering a number of great exhibitions over the winter holidays. Moscow Museum of Modern Art is currently hosting a large retrospective exhibition of Mihail Chemiakin curated by artist, Alexey Tregubov.
The exposition is organized in celebration of…