In conjunction with the artMRKT San Francisco international art fair, Arttitud presents Russian Art Festival, an exhibition featuring fine art in traditional and contemporary styles by a select group of Russian and Eastern European-born and trained artists. Curated by Tatiana Takaeva, these critically acclaimed artists have shown their work internationally and include among their accomplishments considerable museum exposure, significant commissions, and placements in numerous collections both domestically and abroad. In addition to the art, visitors will also have opportunities to experience and enjoy a variety of Russian entertainment.
Participating artists include Sergey Konstantinov whose subject matters range from classic representational to innovative abstracts, Aleksey Vladimirov whose sculptures are in museums and private collections throughout Europe, Valery Vershov who is recognized for his complex paintings of luxurious interiors populated with creatures and characters that render the totalities surreal and entertainingly absurd, and Victoria Kovalenchikova whose unique architectural perspectives give viewers a glimpse into mysterious alternative worlds. This is a rare opportunity to meet and mingle with these creative talents, and to immerse yourself in a wondrous cross-cultural adventure.
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