Psy Art. Meta-abstraction & Meta-reality Sergey Dozhd creates paintings, installations and performances that combine multi-layered geometric designs, figurative elements, and amorphous forms under an approach he terms “Psy Art”. Dozhd is concerned with accessing the flowContinue reading
Daria Bagrintseva Even though MoRA is a smaller museum, it continuously works with renowned? artists in Russia to help them promote themselves in the US and to familiarize the American public with Russian contemporary art.Continue reading
Grigory Gurevich about Pantomime Theater and Immigrant Artists The Nonconformist or “unofficial art” movement took place in Russia from 1953 to 1986. It was unofficial due to governmental persecution. When totalitarianism ruled, it did notContinue reading
Ivan Lukyanov, Slava Polishchuk, Asya Dodina, Alexander Ney, Naum Medovoy, Alex Katsenelinboigen, Gregory Gurevich, Alex Gurevich, Natalie Danilov and Maria Garsel
The Museum of Russian Art (MoRa), NJ in collaboration with Kolodzei Art Foundation, presents Michael Ioffe: Walking on Mind-Fields, a comprehensive exhibition of the New –York based, Belorussia – born artist. Walking on Mind-Fields represents Ioffe`s equal mastery in sculpture, oil paintings and works on paper. The show includes sculptures from the artist`s series Geometry and Eros (2011-2012). The series consists of elemental primitive black and orange forms symbolizing the erotic tension between sexes. A successor of Paul Cezanne in sculpture, Ioffe enhances the archetype, producing works of unique sensual intensity. Included in the exhibition is the series Thirst (2008-2009 self drying clay, acrylic paint), a set of various tea cups of off-white shades in various stage of decomposition, representing the unfulfilled longing for completion.
Stella Kasaeva, President of Stella Art Foundation and Comissar of the Russian Pavillion of 2013 Venice Biennale, chose Vadim Zakharov to represent Russia. In 2011, Kasaeva, in colaboration with the renowned curator of Russian contemporaryContinue reading
Contemporary St. Petersburg based artist Dmitry Sokolenko’s March 2012 show explores the relationship between art, politics and culture.