GUARDIANS OF THE AVANT-GARDE
Andrei Sarabyanov on the suppression and resurgence of early 20th-century Russian art.
INTERVIEW Serafim Orekhanov PHOTOGRAPHY Igor Palmin
Art historian Andrei Sarabyanov is considered one of the foremost experts on the Russian avant-garde.…
GUARDIANS OF THE AVANT-GARDE
The research and the conference are devoted to further examining this vital period in Russian art, and addressing the importance of Vitebsk as the, seemingly unlikely, center of avant-garde activity during the devastating years after Russia's 1917 October Revolution. Following the increasing lack of stability…
The Russian Museum has received a generous donation of 160 graphic works by Malevich from Nina Suetin, the daughter of Nikolai Suetin, a famous Russian Suprematist artist. Having passed away in 2016, Nina was an architect by trade, however she was not only the director of…
The MSK has been in the middle of a scandal in recent weeks after ten international art experts labeled the 26 exhibited works as "highly questionable". The avant-garde works by artists such as Kandinsky and Malevich, borrowed from the collection of Olga and Igor Toporovsky…
On the 19th or February, the expert commission which was established in order to access the authenticity of the works on loan from the Dieghelev Foundation, disbanded only hours into their meeting. The following day, the city of Ghent made a public announcement revealing that…
The Gorky Park in Moscow will host a lecture in Russian avant-garde by Tatiana Zaitseva. The guest speaker, Zaitseva, is an artist, lecturer at the school of Architecture “Archimed” as well as a teacher at the children’s Centre of Avant-garde and the co-founder of the…
Recently, a lot of outrage has been expressed over the tragic Russian avant-garde show in Ghent. The Museum of Fine Arts in collaboration with Russian businessman Toporovsky had launched an exhibition of rare, previously unseen, and highly questionable works of Russian avant-garde. The disappointing story…
The exhibition is currently in preparation and will officially launch on the 28 of March and run until 16 July. The show, mentioned in the Pompidou Programme 2018 Highlights, aims to dedicate an exhibition to the Russian avant-garde represented by the school of Vitebsk.
The Museum of Russian Impressionism has proudly announced their upcoming exhibition dedicated to revealing that the world-famous Russian avant-garde would not have been possible without the influence of Impressionism.
The exposition reveals the influences of the French Impressionism and postimpressionism, which served as a stepping…
The Bowdoin College Museum of Art has announced the acquisition of a rare lithograph, Proun 2B by El Lissitzky, one of the key figures of the Russian avant-garde.
Lissitzky was born in 1890 to a Jewish family in Smolensk. Before eventually becoming one of the…
The State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki possesses the legendary collection of George Costakis, one of the most significant collections of Russian art outside of Russia. The museum opens a new page in its history with a brand new exhibition of Russian avant-garde based…