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Igor Makarevich

        Galerie Blue Square is honored to present an exhibition of work by Igor Makarevich which opens to the public on Thursday, 14 January, and will be on view through Saturday, 13 March 2010. The artist, who will be present for the opening, last exhibited in Paris as part of a parallel program of the now famous Moscow-Paris exhibition at the Centre Georges Pompidou in 1979. On view will be a representation of works made from the early 1990s to the present, including new objects, paintings, and sculptures from the series Mushrooms of the Avant-Garde which was first presented in London last year.... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 2/1/10
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Blue Square / Blue Square

by E-Slant Team
      Galerie Blue Square is pleased to present the work of Parisian artists Yana Bystrova, Faina Kremerman and Igor Chelkovski. The exhibition is united by the common theme of abstracted nature as presented by three artists through the union of color, light, and texture. All three artists create paintings, in oil or acrylic and on canvas or board. Chelkovski will be represented by his series Architectural Project that includes paintings and sculptures.Yana Bystrova was born in 1966 in Kiev, Ukraine, and has lived and worked in Paris since 1991. Yana explores color theory and forms in her 2008... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 6/21/09
Razgulin

Victor Razgulin - Press Release

Galerie Blue Square is pleased to present the luminous and vibrant paintings of Moscow artist Victor Razgulin. The artist was elected recently as a full member of the Russian Academy of Art, which coincides with the publication of a comprehensive monograph of his drawings and paintings. Victor Razgulin’s paintings are expressive, successful compositions of color and subject. Razgulin is a master of translating folk and naïve images of his beloved Russia into delectable, sophisticated paintings. The jewel-toned palette, the geometric patterns and painterly surfaces merge with his subjects to exp... [more]
Posted by Victor Razgulin on 12/13/08