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3/31/20 Posted 3/5/09

         Hello frends! I am an artist. My roots take place in St.Petersburg, which has great architecture, culture and history that influenced me once and forever. Today, in the times of technical progress, mass production and new artificial materials I search for inspiration in the foundation of the Arts - old Russian Orthodox icons, Renaissance and folk cultures. I seek out look for new shapes and images within my themes using different materials, but my favorite is glass for its plasticity and abi... [more]

Photography is growing up  
Keith Auerbach, Priscilla Briggs, Carrie Burr, Tiffany Carbonneau, Mary Carothers, Debra Clem, Robert Ladislas Derr, Anita Douthat, Mitch Eckert, Julius Friedman, Dana Fritz, Laura Hartford, Celene Hawkins, Barbara Houghton, Brian Jones, Keith Kleespies, Cal Kowal, Tom LeGoff, Suzanne Mitchell, James Norton, CJ Pressma, Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, Jenée Rue Sastry, Mel Strawn, Alan Teller, Alex Traube, John Whitesell, Marilyn Whitesell, Jerri Zbiral, Jenny Zeller at Carnegie Center for Art & History October 9th - January 9th, 2016
Posted 11/24/15

It is hard to take any exhibition with a grandiose title such as Photography Since the Millennium seriously, but then again, we are just fifteen years into this new millennium. And there have not been any major strides in photography since the new millennium except for, well, the death of analogue, and video is accessible to all. Goodbye film, hello pixels. Has there been one year since the new millennium that has not seen a new release of cameras with enhanced numbers of pixels? It is the mega... [more]

The Whiteness of the Whale: Reframing Frank Stella's Long Pursuit of Painting   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Frank Stella at Whitney Museum of American Art October 30th - February 7th, 2016
Posted 11/23/15

We cannot begin any assessment of the work of Frank Stella without the obligatory quote that has followed his career for over fifty years. “What you see is what you see” was Stella’s painterly philosophy distilled down to seven words. If there is a definition of Minimalism that is more succinct, it has yet to replace Stella’s as a key to understanding a certain type of particularly American painting in mid-century art history. At the Whitney Museum we have a chance to ca... [more]

My Favorite Artworks at Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venezia (Venice)  
11/22/15 Posted 11/22/15

Collezione Peggy Guggenheim (Peggy Guggenheim Collection), located in an unfinished 18th-century palace, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, boasts many modern masterpieces ranging in style from Cubism and Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism. One of my favorite work there was a sculpture in the garden: The Cloven Viscount (Il visconte dimezzato) by Mimmo Paladino, which was simultaneously formal and fluid, familiar and strange, comforting and unsettling. The figure, installed inside a small square bri... [more]

Call for Proposals: Emerging Artist Fellowships 2016 | Socrates Sculpture Park  
Posted 11/21/15

EAF16: Emerging Artist Fellowships CALL FOR PROPOSALSBeginning November 19, 2015, Socrates Sculpture Park is accepting proposals for the 2016 Emerging Artist Fellowship (EAF16), a residency program and exhibition that awards fifteen artists the opportunity to envision, produce, and exhibit sculpture and installation in the park. In 2016 Socrates Sculpture Park celebrates its 30th Anniversary and to mark this special occasion, EAF16 will feature artist projects that specifically address the idea... [more]

OOO: Three Loops to Unite Them All   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Jared Madere at Whitney Museum of American Art October 16th - January 3rd, 2016
Posted 11/16/15

Jared Madere’s untitled installation, currently on view at the Whitney, is versatile. It might rest equally comfortably in an abandoned lot in Bushwick or on top of a mountain in Nepal. It’s hard to tell, though, whether the work is happy in its current environment, the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation Gallery on the first floor. Curated by Christopher Y. Lew, who was recently named co-curator of the 2017 Whitney Biennial with Mia Locks, this is Madere’s first solo exhibition as well a... [more]

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art  
11/13/15 Posted 11/13/15

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art. 2015 MarinMOCA Fall National Drawing Juried Exhibition. Fall National Juried Exhibition: Drawing October 31 – December 6, 2015. Girl with bird. Artist Sergey Konstantinov. San Francisco. Print /canvas. 20/24in. [more]

Arttitud Fine Art Gallery San Francisco.  
11/13/15 Posted 11/13/15

Arttitud Fine Art Gallery San Francisco. Boy with bird. Artist Sergey Konstantinov. 24/30 in. [more]

Protesting Inhumane Conditions, Czech Guerrilla Art Group Cuts Hole in Prison-like Refugee Camp   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 11/8/15

For hundreds of refugees, seeking escape from war-torn Syria and access to a better life in Europe, witnessing the destruction of their homeland and suffering through dangerous travel over land and sea is apparently not enough—not if they land in the Czech Republic. One human rights official recently found deplorable conditions at one of the four Czech refugee camps, which are housed in former prisons and military facilities “that in many respects offers worse conditions than Czech prisons.” The migrants are brought to the facilities in handcu... [more]

Inside the Private Collection: Sydney L. Moss' Japanese Netsuke   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 11/2/15

Private collections are often born of a profound personal interest—a genuine passion devoted to a very specific subject or object that extends beyond financial return. In their devotional breadth and depth, private collections sometimes inadvertently become talismanic, unearthing artwork that might have otherwise remained distant. Perhaps it's that magical fascination that inspires public explorations and attracts new audiences. One such unusual and influential collection is that of Sydney L. Mos... [more]

Follow me on instagram  
11/5/15 Posted 11/5/15 [more]

New Project 2016 by Art Platform NYC based in Broadway  
11/5/15 Posted 11/5/15

Today, I'm so honored and proud of that I can announce to work with Art Platform NYC based in Broadway, New York and to take part in their new project - "VISUAL THOUGHT: Art & Expression" in 2016. Art Platform NYC is a contemporary fine arts consultation, production and publication company working directly with artists, designers, photographers and creative individuals with a variety of projects and services that coordinates the world of visual marketing, promotion, philanthropy, art consulting, and... [more]

11/2/15 Posted 11/2/15

MOSAIC DESIGNS: EXPECT SPLENDOR THIS NOVEMBER! November is here! That’s right November is here and the holiday season is in full sway, but there’s still time for a quick splash of style! What else could be better than mosaic designs to split and elucidate the casts? What about a design that you don’t have to worry about storing in the off-season!? In this article you’ll discover how to bring the beauty and splendor of November holiday decorations, how to pick the right mosaic desig... [more]

This is not an ending...  
10/31/15 Posted 11/8/15

On Saturday, October 31st, when all of New York was abuzz with Halloween fun and fright, the last of chashama 461 Studio & Gallery artists were emptying their contents into U-Haul trucks, donation bins and dumpsters. The building, located at 461 West 126th Street in Harlem’s factory district, is now closed after eight years of service to working artists and the Harlem arts community at-large. At any given time, chashama – which means “to have vision” – operates between 15-25... [more]

Desert and Forest: Companion LA Exhibitions Show the Vast Reach of Pope.L   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
William Pope.L at Steve Turner October 17th - December 5th
Posted 10/30/15

Stark rattling creeps in. After a few seconds, an initial pang of sound smooths into a pervasive noise that induces a feeling of anxious, indistinguishable energy. Did I walk into the gallery’s theater feeling like this?, I think to myself, but I can’t recall. Old black and white images of the desert alternate between present day images of the same scene; the now diffused rattling rolls into booming drums when a large magenta font flashes onscreen: OBI SUNT “Blackness fee... [more]

What I watched and Read by Diana Rickard  
Meridith McNeal, Alexander Ney, and Joanne Scott at Figureworks January 9th - February 8th
Posted 10/29/15

Last night I attended the opening of the incredibly lovely exhibition, Without/Color. At Figureworks in Williamsburg, this show currently features three artists (there will be a second iteration of the show with an additional three artists). The first room features evocative pencil drawings of female figures by Joanne Scott. The second room features haunting watercolors by Meridith McNeal. Both rooms are guarded over by intricate and powerful terra-cotta ravens by Alexander Ney. There is a heavy softn... [more]

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