Nikolina Kovalenko will be showing with the Russian Pavilion NY 2014.
Nikolina Kovalenko, born in Moscow, received her Masters in Fine Arts from Moscow State Art Institute Named for Surikov. She also received the Gold Medal from the Russian Art Academy.
In the winter of 2008 she traveled backpack for the first time – to India.
Just came across these wonderful photographs by V. Vorobiev, which were unavailable to us up until a few years ago
Мария Исмаилова, внучка фотографа о его биографии и понимании своего дела:
Владимир Егорович Воробьев (1941-2011). Фотограф. Основное направление работы – социальная фотография.
The Russian Pavilion NY announces its 2nd annual New York edition in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair New York May 2014.
Soleil de l’Est is now an official partner of the Russian Pavilion.
Their main objective is to develop and strengthen cultural exchanges between East and West of Europe, especially painting and folk art, through exhibitions, artistic events, conferences, book presentations. Chief among the many cultural events organized by “The Sun of the East”, is presentation of contemporary painting.
One of our artists, Artem Mirolevich, has just come back from a fabulous art residency in France, Soleil de L’est.
“I can hardly believe my luck as I was the only person occupying the villa for the first week. It was also good to have another artist – Marina and my man from Amsterdam Frederik Knote who came to visit and spent time later on. 3 weeks flew by but I got a lot of work done and also got to see the beautiful Loire Valley with all its castles and beautiful landscapes”, says Artem upon his return.
My name is Yuliya Lanina and I will be writing this blog. Please let me first introduce myself. I am one of the artists participating in the Russian Pavilion. Originally from Moscow, Russia I lived in US since 1990, mostly in New York City. Two years ago I relocated to Austin, TX. My work ranges from paintings and mechanical sculptures to animations and video. I am particularly interested in turning the traditional medium of painting into a multi-dimensional and interactive experience for the viewer.
I believe that working with others is at the heart of creative process. I often collaborate with professionals in other fields, creating multidisciplinary works that can be accessible to a broad population. Currently I am collaborating with composer, Yevgeniy Sharlat, and technical developer, Theodore Johnson, on creating a series of wind-up music boxes completed with painted moving figures and well as music clockwork that plays a custom-composed melody to each piece. You will see the example of a music box at the Russian Pavilion exhibition.
Yuliya Lanina, Play Me, 9″x6″x4″, Mechanical sculpture with music, 2014
НЬЮ-ЙОРК — В Нью-Йорке прошло ежегодное Armory show («Арсенальная выставка»), одна из крупнейших международных выставок современного искусства, которая в этом году отметила свой 100-летний юбилей.
В последние годы параллельно с Armory проходят и другие независимые арт-ярмарки, где свои работы представляют менее известные в США художники. В этом году любители искусства и коллекционеры, съехавшиеся в Нью-Йорк ради многочисленных вернисажей, получили возможность познакомиться и с современным русским искусством.
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Russian Art Pavilion announces its first edition in New York during Armory Arts Week 2013.
Russian Art Pavilion is a juried art exhibition that provides a showcase for contemporary art by emerging and established artists from Russia, Eastern Europe, Caucasus Region and Baltic Sea Lands. In 2013, Russian Art Pavilion opens during the leading international contemporary and modern art fairs in New York, San Francisco and Miami. It focuses on aesthetic tendencies in contemporary art from the above-mentioned regions, and promotes a deep exploration of selected art projects. This event offers a unique forum for critics and collectors to get acquainted with the artist’s works, and meet them in person.
Russian Art Pavilion will take place March 8 -11th with a special VIP Opening on March 8th on two floors at 25 Central Park West, corner of 62nd Street, New York City.
The timing of Russian Art Pavilion coincides with the 100th anniversary of the 1913 New York Armory Show. The original exhibition was organized by a small group of American artists and introduced the American public to European avant-garde painting and sculpture. Russian Art Pavilion continues the introduction of artists from Russia and Eastern Europe in the spirit of the centennial celebration of this year’s Armory Show. Russian Art Pavilion will feature paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photography, video installations and performances by artists whose achievements in traditional and new media gave them international reputations.
New York Russian Art Pavilion exhibitor list:
Ernst Neizvestny Blue Noses Group
Valery Yershov Artem Mirolevich
Viktor P. Bokarev Igor Vishnyakov
Rustam Khamdamov Igor Molochevsky
Taguhi Barsegian Leo Gurevich
Victoria Kovalenchikova Dasha Fursey
Ilya Shevel Sasha Meret
Olga Chemokhud-Doty Alex Khomski
Igor Zaytsev Yulia Lanina
Russian Art Pavilion, 25 Central Park West, New York City.
(ticket info at www.russianpavilion.org )
Friday, March 8th, VIP Opening — 6 pm to midnight (invitation only)
Saturday, March 9th —3 pm to 9 pm
Sunday, March 10th — 3 pm to 9 pm
Monday, March 11th — 3 pm to 8 pm
Main Cultural Partners of Russian Art Pavilion:
Museum of Russian Art (New Jersey)
Kolodzei Art Foundation
Russian American Cultural Center
Russian Art Pavilion 2013 schedule:
March 8-11, 2013 – New York – Armory Arts week
May 17-20, 2013 – San Francisco — SF Fine Arts Fair week
December 5-8, 2013 – Miami – Art Basel Miami week
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