April 24, 2014, Library of Congress - celebrating the Bicentennial of Russia's Great Poet Mikhail Lermontov.
The artistic exchange between two of the greatest Russian artists of the 19th Century is embodied in Viktor Vasnetsov’s bronze Portrait of I.E. Repin, which will highlight Christie’s sale of Russian Works of Art on April 9 in New York (estimate: $100,000-150,000).
Expositions of Gallery "Russkiy Mir": ILLARION GOLITSYN(1928 - 3007), PEINTURE. AQUARELLE. GRAVURE and RUSSIAN BEAUTY.
The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, a major retrospective that explores the life and work of the exceptionally gifted, deeply tormented sculptor who defined the heady atmosphere of the Second Empire in France (1852–1871), is on view at the Metropolitan Museum now through May 26.
As early as the 14th century, images of carpets woven in the East—primarily in the areas constituting present-day Turkey and Iran—began to appear in European paintings.
Come and raise a glass to the opening of SLOVO 5! The Festival kicks off on 8 March, with the chance to meet some amazing, fantastically talented people! Take a look at the programme below for a taste of the exciting events we have in store!
ASTI Gallery presents: Svetlana Lanshakova and the project "Variations on a Theme by Mozart". Curator of the exhibition Natella Voiskounski
Congratulations with 10th Anniversary Celebration to Tretyakov Gallery Magasine from Vincent C. Gray, Mayor, District of Columbia.
VOR host Rob Sachs had a chance to speak with Natella Voiskounski, the director of the “Grany-Art-Crystal-Brut” Foundation, co-editor of the Tretyakov Gallery Magazine, and art director of the International Arts Festival’s “Art-November”. Also joining the conversation was Alexander Potemkin, executive director of the American-Russian Cultural Cooperation Foundation.
Complete version of the event at Washington DC on December 2, 2013
Embassy of the Russian Federation in conjunction with the American-Russian Cultural Cooperation Foundation (ARCCF) held an event this week to honor the 10th anniversary of the Tretyakov Gallery Magazine.
A version of Henrik Ibsen's play "An Enemy of the People". November 17, 2013 at the Mayakovsky Theatre, Moscow. Alexander Rozhin, Editor-in-chief of the "Tretyakov Gallery" magazine presented the special Norway-Russia issue to the actors in the production.
On October 21 2013 Lora Verhovsky’s work the “Jewish Dance” was donated to the Museum of the Jewish History in Russia by the Foundation GRANY and the Moscow ASTI Gallery according to the request of the artist.
December 2, 2013 - The 10th anniversary of the Tretyakov Gallery Magazine
London - The Filatov Family, led by Andrei Filatov, has launched the first art fund focused on bringing together Soviet paintings, drawings and sculptures that left Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
The 19th International Arts Festival “Art-November” is dedicated to Johannes Brahms, whose oeuvre and name are inextricably connected to Vienna. As part of the Festival, ASTI Gallery is hosting its “Moscow-Vienna-Moscow. Impressions of Vienna” exhibition in the halls of the State Institute of Art Sciences.
The Tretyakov Gallery magazine welcomes its readers to the 30th Russian Antique Salon that will be held at the Central House of Artists, Moscow on April 16-24, 2011. One can buy current and archived issues when enjoying the top and long-time organized antique fair in Russia.
The cultures of Russia and America, as well as the histories of our two great nations, share much in common. The concept to produce a special issue of the Tretyakov Gallery magazine arose as the editors accumulated and published more and more articles about Russian-American cultural ties.
Выставочная программа XVII Фестиваля «Арт-ноябрь» предлагает вниманию зрителей две выставки: «Антон Григорьевич Рубинштейн. Летопись эпохи» в Институте искусствознания и «Пространство А.Г.Рубинштейна» в Доме-музее М.И.Цветаевой.