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ART AS PROFESSION. COLLECTION OF MAIA AND ANATOLY BEKKERMAN

Supported by:
  • the ABA Gallery
  • JSC "TRANSAERO" Airlines
  • DVO Real Estate
B. Anisfeld. Boy with a Parrot. 1923. Oil on cardboard. 76,5×58.
9 july 2014—1 september 2014
"Art as profession" exhibition in the Russian Museum includes 48 paintings and sculptural works from the collection of Maia and Anatoly Bekkerman. Among the artists presented are leading masters of Russian art of the second half of the XIX - early XX century: B. Anisfeld, M. Antokolsky, D. Burlyuk, N. Goncharova, B. Grigorev, K. Korovin, S. Sudeykin, R. Falk, N. Feshin, A. Ekster. Works of art from Bekkermans' collection were previously presented in many important art projects in Russia, including the exhibition "Time to collect", held at the Russian Museum and the State Museum-Reserve "Tsaritsyno". In 2013 works from the collection were displayed at the exhiibitions of Filipp Malyavin in the Russian Museum and Natalia Goncharova in the Tretyakov Gallery which aroused great interest of the audience. The current exhibition offers a new oppurtunity to get acquainted with the unique works from one of the most significant modern collections and enrich our knowledge of Russian art at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries.

Alexander Bogomazov. Portrait of Vanda Monastyrskaya, the Artist’s Wife. 1914. Oil on canvas. 23×31. Goncharova Natalia. Magnolia (Still Life with Branch of Magnolia and Grape). 1920’s. Oil on canvas. 54,6×45,7. Boris Grigoryev. Still Life with Peaches. Late 1920’s – beginning of 1930’s. Oil on canvas. 50×61. Konstantin Korovin. Street in Yalta. Second half of 1910’s. Oil on canvas. 58,5×79,5. Nikolai Feshin. Two Girls. 1920’s. Oil on canvas. 29,5×37.

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Italian Futurism. From the Collection of Mattioli. Russian Cubo-Futurism. From the Russian Museum and Private Collections in Moscow

Italian Futurism. From the Collection of Mattioli. Russian Cubo-Futurism. From the Russian Museum and Private Collections in Moscow

16 july—4 october 2021

The exhibition at the Russian Museum brings together the works of Italian and Russian futurists, which allow a viewer to witness the originality of each of the two national versions of this large-scale creative movement. The fundamental works of Italian futurism are shown in dialogue with the iconic works of Russian masters. This will provide an opportunity to see their similarities and differences and deeper perceive the era of avant-garde experiments that swept across Europe.

Lev Yudin: My Own Voice

Lev Yudin: My Own Voice

13 may—28 june 2021

Lev Yudin is known today to a greater extent due to his belonging to Kazimir Malevich's circle. However, Yudin also earned his own place in history: he grew into an independent, deep and versatile master who managed to “say his own word” in art.

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