Sokov Movie from Tretiakov Gallery 2017-11-21
The New York Archive of Contemporary Russian Art (NYACRA) is a project in progress, fiscally sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA).
TBA. NYACRA is made possible through government, foundation, corporate and individual support, in large part via NYFA, a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization originally founded in 1971 by the New York State Council for the Arts (NYSCA) to serve individual artists throughout New York State. Since 2009, the mission of the fiscal sponsor NYFA expanded to include empowering emerging artists and arts organizations across all disciplines at critical stages with programs and services, throughout the United States and the international community.
Mission: NYACRA seeks to rescue, preserve & properly disseminate historically important records and works that are still insufficiently known to the global art world, partly as a result to the complex history of Russia, its defined borders, and those artists who resisted the Soviet Union's mandate of Socialist Realism and utilization of political influence in the arts. The western world's little knowledge of the work of such pioneering artists, is not only due to language barriers, but foreign policy of the Soviet regime. The very diverse Nonconformist & Contemporary works of artists that emerged from the late 1950's Soviet Union and whose creativity gave birth to artists of present-day Russian Federation, must include the vast Russian diaspora of emigre artists who either immigrated to the United States and other countries across the globe.
Sokov Movie from Tretiakov Gallery 2017-11-21
Via Art Basel's Kickstarter initiative program:
Artists collaborate with local children in Rome to build a 22-foot wooden sailboat.
LAST 2 HOURS: The Russian-language crowdfunding website PLANETA.RU is gathering additional finances for the forthcoming French-Russian documentary project, "ОСКАР/OSKAR" on the living legend, renown Russian emigre painter and a key figure of the NonConformist Era, Oscar Rabin (b. 1928; lives in Paris). Pledges come with unique rewards.
«ОСКАР» – вторая часть проекта «ПАРИЖСКИЙ СОЮЗ», рассказывающего о знаменитой Лианозовской группе неофициальных советских художников и поэтов и о ее лидере – художнике О. Рабине.
Komar and Melamid To Present Yalta 1945 Installation At Ben Uri Gallery
The Ben Uri Gallery will present a seminal, monumental installation by the Russian born artists Komar and Melamid this Autumn. The work from 1986-87 h
Russian oligarch leads art donation to Paris museum
An exhibition with more than 250 works of Russian and Soviet art, donated by one of Russia’s richest oligarchs, opened Tuesday at the Pompidou Center in Paris.
Russian artist Erik Bulatov unveils explosive works in former munitions factory
Artist's first series of sculptures is on show in south-west France
Kollektsia ! Art contemporain en URSS et en Russie 1950–2000
Site du Centre Pompidou (Paris) : agenda des manifestations, collection en ligne, informations pratiques, achat de billets, etc.
Топ-10 +1 и 50: самые заметные молодые художники
Наш рейтинг молодых художников показал, что, хотя в десятку самых заметных авторов вошли уже известные персонажи, среди остальных пятидесяти есть новые и неожиданные имена. Так что в ближайшее время ждем интересных выставок и готовимся к экспансии молодежи.
Ending in about 30 hours, the first Kickstarter for ARTENOL, the elite but visionary print art journal in full-color founded by Russian-American pioneer artist and living legend ALEXANDER MELAMID (formerly of Komar & Melamid).
In return for your support (any Mastercard, Amex, Visa will do - even из России), awards include rare signed die-cut art journals (the scarce 1st issue has an original cartoon by ART SPIEGELMAN!), 2-page article inclusion (to the editorial staff's reasonable discretion, obviously) - and - wait for it - original one-of-kind signed A. Melamid art for frankly a very modest donation (knowing it's much higher market value!) to this very worthy campaign.
Donations of any amount will graciously appreciated . Time is running out by the minutes!
'Rose on Pollock', a poignant work by Alexander Melamid, is still available.... Not for long!
Russian Culture in New York: 3 extraordinary exhibitions of photography
The Russian American Foundation is proud to present the three exhibitions dedicated to the most intriguing events and personas of “The Third Wave” of Soviet immigration to the U.S., which brought together finest authors, artists, and musicians.
A giant of 20th Century Russian art, Vladimir Nemukhin has died at 90
On April 18, the Russian-born artist Vladimir Nemukhin died. He had turned 90 this past February. A central figure in 20th Century Russian Art, dur
Rather outside the specific scope of NYACRA's archive, but it will definitely stay. An absolutely fascinating February 1944 edition of an English-language art magazine, "The Studio"; this particular issue's theme was dedicated to "contemporary" Russian art & culture of the day.
Incoming: excellent rare 2008 issue of Art+Auction Magazine with a cover story on current Contemporary Russian Art superstars AES+F.
Extremely rare find of exhibition catalog that accompanied a traveling show through museums and institutions from Texas and many stops until Connecticut (1995-1997). This is truly scarce for any archive. Cover features a painting by none other than Oleg Tselkov (born 1937).
Moscow Conceptualism in Context.
Konstantin Akinsha, Joseph Bakstein, Yevgeny Barabanov, Marek Bartelik, Ekaterina Bobrinskaia, Ekaterina Degot, Andrei Erofeev, Jane Friedman, Boris Groys, Robert Storr, Julia Tulovsky, Margarita Tupitsyn, Victor Tupitsyn; General Editor: Alla Rosenfeld (Prestel, 2011).
Russian and Soviet Painting: An Exhibition from the Museums of the USSR Presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Paperback edition.
Grisha Bruskin: H-Hour.
Alexander Borovsky, Grisha Bruskin, Hans-Peter Riese, Robert Storr, Olga Sviblova; Kerber Verlag, 2013.
Russian Emigre Artists
"Russian Revolutionary Porcelain," 1989-1990
Artist: Alexander Kosolapov (b.1943, Russia/USA)
© 2015 ALEXANDER KOSOLAPOV.
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New York Archive of Contemporary Russian Art
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