Natalia Alexandrova

PROJECT

Natalya Alexandrova, Vera Golovina
"Dies Irae". Pavel Korin's "Requiem" at the Tretyakov Gallery

#2 2014 (43)

THE TRETYAKOV GALLERY HAS OPENED ITS EXHIBITION DEDICATED TO THE NEVER-COMPLETED COMPOSITION BY THE OUTSTANDING SOVIET ARTIST PAVEL KO-RIN AT ITS KRYMSKY VAL BUILDING. THE PROJECT, HOUSED IN THE MUSEUM'S 20TH-CENTURY ART SECTION, IS A CULTURAL EVENT ALMOST WITHOUT PRECEDENT IN THE MODERN ERA.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Alexander Morozov, Natalia Alexandrova
In the Russian Tradition
A Historic Collection of 20th-century Russian Painting

Special issue N2. USA–RUSSIA: ON THE CROSSROADS OF CULTURES

The idea of writing these notes came up in anticipation of the “In the Russian Tradition.” exhibition, due to open at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC in December 2004. The collection to be shown in Washington and later in Minneapolis, at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA), features Russian paintings from the period of 1900 through to the 1970s, from both the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and the Minneapolis collection.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Natalia Alexandrova, Yevgenia Polatovskaya
About Vladimir Lubarov and His True-life Stories

#3 2008 (20)

Vladimir Lubarovʼs solo exhibition “The Nation of Peremilovo: Scenes from a Provincial Life” opened at the Tolmachy Exhibition Hall of the Tretyakov Gallery on September 5, and ran through until September 28. It featured over 70 paintings and graphic pieces from the 1990s-2000s from the series such as “Peremilovo Village”, “The Township of Shchipok”, “Flood”, “Welcome and Cheers”, and “Luck of the Jewish”. Vladimir Lubarov is a famous artist and illustrator of more than 100 books of authors such as, Edgar Allan Poe, Jules Verne, Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann, Nikolai Gogol, and the Strugatsky brothers. Having moved in the 1990s to a rural area, the artist started to work on an original series of paintings focused on the life of the Russian provinces.

150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TRETYAKOV GALLERY

Natalya Alexandrova
Gifts for the Next 150 Years

№3 2006 (12)

The anniversary of the Tretyakov Gallery was accompanied not only by exhibitions and gala celebrations but also by numerous presents from public and state organizations, as well as from individuals and artists which supplemented the museum’s collection with fine works of Russian art.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

A. Morozov, N. Alexandrova
In the Russian Tradition

№1 2005 (06)

The idea of writing these notes came up in anticipation of the “In the Russian tradition.” exhibition, due to open at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC in December 2004. The collection to be shown in Washington and later in Minneapolis, at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA), features Russian paintings from the period of 1900 through to the 1970s, from both the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and the Minneapolis collection.

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