Celebration of Russian Art.Traditional Russian Art show at Attitud .
We are happy to welcome The Russian Art Festival at Arttitud San Francisco for San Francisco Art Market Week, May 16, 2014. Art opening reception May 16, from 6 to 9pm, with refreshments and Russian culture entertainment provided. Many of the participating artists are from Russian and Eastern Europe.
Participating artists include: Mihail Chemiakin, Vlacheclav Kalinin, Alexander Osmerkin , Alexey Vladimirov, Sergey Konstantinov, Victoria Kovalenchikova & others.
Aleksey Vladimirov's name well-known, as in Ukraine, and abroad. A.Vladimirov's works are in 17 galleries and museums of Ukraine, including in National Museum Ukrainian Arts (Kiev), The Kiev museum of Russian Arts, National museums of a history of Ukraine (Kiev) and etc. Works of the master are in private collections in Ukraine, Sweden, Austria, England, Germany, Holland, France, Italy and USA. In opinion of American critics, during carrying out of a personal exhibition in California, A.Vladimirov works have defined determined «A new era of a sculpture».
Konstantinov has had his works in major collections and exhibitions in Europe and North America since the mid 1980s. Some of his more impressive commissioned work in recent years has been for Suzanne Tucker and also the Getty Family. Equally astounding with figurative, abstract and historically-flavored styles of work, Konstantinov's brushwork knows no boundaries, with recent forays into photoshop-powered printmaking showing yet another facet of his bold artistic vision and personality.
Showroom creator Tatiana Takaeva has quickly established herself as one of San Francisco's up-and-coming art curators. Takaeva has put together numerous art shows with a global roster of established artists in some of San Francisco's newest venues, attracting the attention of local media, collectors, other galleries and artists. With a formal and professional background in architecture and design, Takaeva brings a fresh, aesthetic-based perspective to the art world.