#StayHome and remember the exhibition "Ilyazd. The XX century of Ilya Zdanevich" in Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

On December 14, 2015 opening of the exhibition
"Ilyazd. The XX century of Ilya Zdanevich"
(from private and museum collections of Russia and France) took place in Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.

 

Read about Ilya Zdanevich in the Tretyakov Gallery magazine:

CURRENT EXHIBITION

Natella Voiskunski
The "Everyfeelingism" of Iliazd

#1 2016 (50)

Better known as Iliazd, Ilia Zdanevich (1894-1975) contrived to remain at the forefront of the avant-garde all his life. From his youthful efforts to his more mature work, through middle age to old age, he was always at the very epicentre of the avant-garde. During his long lifetime - Iliazd lived to the age of 81 - art movements came and went with dizzying speed, with avant-garde styles in a constant state of flux, appearing, disappearing, reorganizing, merging, changing names. The most consistent figure of the avant-garde, Iliazd was something of a living monument - and he was our compatriot. As the exhibition "Iliazd. The 20th Century of Ilia Zdanevich" runs at Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, curator Boris Fridman recalls a unique figure in 20th century culture.

 

 

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