Artistic Treasures from Museums of Moscow The video film presents the art collection of major Moscow museums, specimens of interior decoration, jewelry, armoury and other applied arts from the Kremlinand Ostankino museums and Western European art and sculpture from the Pushkin Museum of Fine Artsand Tretyakov Gallery... Architectural monuments of ancient Moscow Architectural monuments of XIV - XX centuries in Moscow - the ensemble of the MoscowKremlin, Bolshoi Theater, St.Daniil, Don and Novodevichy Monasteries, churches of Ascention at Kolomenskoye, St.Trinity at Nikitniki, The Veil at Fili, estate palaces in Kuskovo, Ostankino, houses of Art Nouveau.
Artistic Treasures From Museums Of Moscow The video film presents the art collection of major Moscow museums, specimens of interior decoration, jewelry, armoury and other applied arts from the Kremlin and Ostankino museums and Western European art and sculpture from the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and Tretyakov Gallery. Architectural Monuments Of Ancient MoscowArchitectural monuments of XIV - XX centuries in Moscow - the ensemble of the Moscow Kremlin, Bolshoi Theater, St.Daniil, Don and Novodevichy monasteries, churches of Ascention at Kolomenskoye, St.Trinity at Nikitniki, The Veil at Fili, estate palaces in Kuskovo, Ostankino, houses of Art Nouveau.
Publication Date: 13 Mar 2012 The exhibition and its accompanying catalogue explore the abiding themes of still life across the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: the fruit piece, the game piece, kitchen and banquet still lifes, the flower painting, musical instruments, the cabinet of curiosities, and the trompe-loeil. The diversity of artistic treatment of these themes in different countries will be shown through related works, such as the fruit still lifes of the female artists Louise Moillon and Fede Galizia or the kitchen scenes by Jean-Simeon Chardin and Luis Melendez. Other artists who cultivated this genre and who are also represented in the exhibition and in the catalogue include Juan Sanchez Cotan, Juan van der Hamen, Pieter Claesz, Juan Zurbaran, Rembrandt van Rijn, Antonio de Pereda, Nicolas Largillierre, Jean-Baptiste Oudry, Luis de Melendez and Francisco de Goya. The exhibition has been made possible due to the commitment of the many lending institutions, private collectors and museums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, The Metropolitam Museum in New York, The Louvre Museum, The Prado Museum, The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, The Mauritshuis in The Hague, The National Gallery in London and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, among so many others. This volume allows an insight into the theme, through the essays and the individual studies of all paintings, written by such scholars as Peter Cherry, John Loughman and Lesley Stevenson. Volume II, devo...
Impressionism and Post-Impressionism at the Dallas Museum of Art offers a series of intimate case studies in the history of 19th-century European art. Inspired by a series of public lectures given at the Dallas Museum of Art between 2009 and 2013, the volume comprises twelve beautifully illustrated essays from leading academics and museum specialists. Opening with a new reading of one of Gustave Courbets great hunting scenes, The Fox in the Snow, and ending with an exploration of a group of interior scenes by Edouard Vuillard, each essay stands alone as a richly contextualized reading of a single work or group of works by one artist. The authors approach their subjects from a range of methodological perspectives, but all pay close attention to the experience of making and viewing works of art.
The State Tretyakov Gallery is one of the largest museums of Russian art in the country. Its foundation was laid by the Moscow merchant and industrialist Pavel Tretyakov who amassed an excellent collection of national art and donated it to the city of Moscow in 1892. Intended by its founder to be a museum in which Russian artists of all trends were to be represented, the Tretyakov Gallery boasts a unique collection of early Russian icons, masterpieces of 18th- and 19th-century painting and most outstanding works by 20th-century Russian and Soviet artists. Today the State Tretyakov Gallery is a large museum complex with its main building lying on its original site, in quiet Lavrushensky Lane in the very centre of Moscow, and another one located on Krymsky Val and housing best 20th-century artworks. Its branches (House-Museum of Victor Vasnetsov, Memorial Studio of Anna Golubkina, Museum Church of St Nicholas in Tolmachi and others) highlight most important phenomena in the history of Russian art.
Moscow enjoys the reputation of a generous and hospitable city as well as a city of energetic and practical people. The acquaintance with the Russian capital would be incomplete without a visit to the Tretyakov Gallery, the first gallery of national art opened in 1856. Preserved in this treasury of art, together with the works of famous Russian painters and sculptors, is the spirit of its early history and the traditions established by its founder Pavel Tretyakov, a merchant and philanthropist, who was an outstanding art connoisseur yet very modest man. The gallery which will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2006 has the vitality of youth and goes on developing through time and in space. When Pavel Tretyakov presented his collection to the city of Moscow in 1892, it numbered about 2,000 paintings, sculptures and graphic works. Today, the gallery holds more than 130,000 items. Its exhibition area has been extended several times. The main building is located in quiet Lavrushinsky Lane in Zamoskvorechye, Moscows historical centre, where it used to be in Tretyakovs lifetime, while the exhibition of 20th-century art is mounted in a new building on Krymsky Val, next to the Central House (Club) of Artists where contemporary artistic life is concentrated. Several branches of the gallery have been opened, these are the Museum Church of St Nicholas in Tolmachi, the house-museum of the painter Pavel Korin, the memorial studio of the sculptor Anna Golubkina, the house-museum of Vict...
A catalogue documenting the last two exhibitions of new work by American artist Mike Kelley, held in 2011 at Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles and London. Mike Kelley made nostalgia, memory, and repression in everyday life the topics of his idiosyncratic sculptures, performances, paintings, and installations, which conflate vernacular sources and high modernist aesthetics. A veteran of the Los Angeles conceptual art scene, Kelley used deconstructive strategies in order to challenge the established norms of contemporary culture, both high and low.
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Eva Hesse’s distinctive process-based art exerted a powerful influence on minimalist artists of the 1960s and continues to inspire artists today. Using industrial materials such as latex and fiberglass, she exploited their flexibility to produce works with an unsettling psychic and corporeal resonance. Hesse, who was born in Germany in 1936 and raised in New York City, died of cancer in New York in 1970. Eva Hesse focuses on the body of criticism that has developed since the last major retrospective of Hesse’s work, at the Yale University Art Gallery in 1992. The book’s publication coincides with a major exhibition organized jointly by the San Francisco Museum of Art and the Wiesbaden Museum. Eva Hesse contains a 1970 interview by Cindy Nemser, a discussion between Mel Bochner and Joan Simon, and essays by Briony Fer, Rosalind Krauss, Mignon Nixon, and Anne M.Wagner.
Published to accompany an exhibition at the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, this magnificent volume traces the rich tradition of Russian Art inspired by the Fairytales and Folklore that are so much a part of Russian culture. Whether tales told in the oral tradition or committed to writing, the fantasy and magical elements embodied in these stories lend themselves to the imagination of the artist. Paintings, drawings, carvings, even furniture and ceramics illustrated here tell these cherished stories some of which, like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, are known and loved in many other countries as well. The works reproduced here range from medieval to modern and represent the work of artists ranging from anonymous folk carvers to masters like Leon Bakst and Marc Chagall. Besides a wealth of illustrations, the book contains indexes of the names of artists and writers, fairytale and folklore subjects and artist biographies.
About 10 years ago, the State Tretyakov Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of Vladimir Yankilevskys work. Now the artist lives in Paris. Our main aim in organizing this exhibition was to bring together Yankilevskys classic works that are part of private and museum collections and the new works created over the last several years. We tried to present the painters art in all its diversity, displaying reliefs, object-installations, paintings, and drawings.
The ultimate behind-the-scenes look at the hedge fund industry, The Alpha Masters: Unlocking the Genius of the Worlds Top Hedge Funds offers an unprecedented glimpse into the strategies and investment criteria serious money managers use to determine and evaluate their positions and maximize their hedge fund profits, in their own words. Author and CNBC hedge fund specialist Maneet Ahuja has unrivalled access to the masters of the market, and in this game-changing new book, she takes their stories public for the first time.
The Picture Gallery constitutes the Hermitages principal section, as also the oldest in point of time. It came into being with the acquisition, in 1764, of 225 paintings by Western European masters from the Berlin merchant Gotzkowsky. Over the next two centuries the Museums collection increased to 8,000 pictures. Practically all schools and trends that were ever in vogue in Western Europe since the beginnings of easel painting down to the middle of the twentieth century are represented in this collection. The numerous masterpieces on exhibit or in storage have brought the gallery world-wide fame. Every year, more than 3,000,000 visitors from all over the Soviet Union and many foreign countries discover for themselves the celebrated creations of the artistic genius of the peoples of Western Europe.
The present edition familiarizes the readers with the origin, development and art of creating the world-famous and undoubtedly the most popular Russian doll—matryoshka. Together with the narration about the leading traditional matryoshka-making craft centers located in the Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod and Kirov regions, the book gives exhaustive information about almost forgotten small centers specialized in the decoration of matryoshkas. The author also analyzes such a bright phenomenon of the latest decades as the authors matryoshka with a typical variety of artistic and technological techniques used by modern talented masters. Rich illustrations are presented by the Sergiev Posad History and Art Museum-Reserve, Pedagogical and Art Museum of Toy in Sergiev Posad and also by private collectors. The majority of works are published for the first time.
A fascinating project involving art, history, and literature. Pedagogical Poem is an interdisciplinary research program and exhibition conceived by Arseny Zhilyaev and Ilya Budraitskis and organized by the V-A-C Foundation. This unique project bridges history, contemporary art, and pedagogy. It originated from a series of over 100 lectures and seminars conducted by Russian and international artists, historians, and cultural theorists at the Presnya Historical Memorial Museum, Moscow, from March to November 2012. The project culminated in the exhibition The Archive of the Future Museum of History devised by a group of participants at the Pedagogical Poem series and presented at the museum as the outcome of the educational program and independent archival research work carried out there.
Yan Pei-Ming is one of the most important figures in contemporary art. His large-scale, monochrome paintings portraits of politically charged figures such as Mao, Pope John Paul II, Barack Obama, and Vladimir Putin, as well as cultural icons Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, Bruce Lee, and Picasso are the result of a powerful combination of conceptual rigor and the passionate, dynamic gestures with which he attacks the canvas. Having grown up in Shanghai during the Chinese Cultural Revolution and resettled in Dijon, France, Ming s work stands for an entire generation that has experienced and survived the dramatic changes that global geopolitics have undergone since the end of the Cold War. Ming s art is in the collections of a number of prestigious institutions including the Centre Georges Pompidou, Honolulu Museum of Art, Museum Ludwig in Cologne, National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, National Gallery of Australia, and the Shanghai Art Museum. This significant volume is the first comprehensive book on Ming s practice and is prepared by the internationally renowned curator Francesco Bonami.
At a time when people are living into their tenth decade, the longest longitudinal study of human development ever undertaken offers welcome news for old age: our lives evolve in our later years and often become more fulfilling. Among the surprising findings: people who do well in old age did not necessarily do so well in midlife, and vice versa.
This catalogue presents fourteen early sculptures by the late artist, many of which had never before been shown in the United States. Documented in vivid colour photographs, these exuberant sculptures depict Anthony Caros decision to bypass representational imagery, and to use bright colours to synthesize the bolted and welded metal parts that replaced it. Along with installation shots and historical photographs, this vibrant book includes a brand-new essay from Tim Marlow that tracks Caros development as a sculptor, as well as Rosalind Krausss 1967 Art International article on the artist and the nature of sculpture. This catalogue is published in conjunction with Caros 2015 show at Gagosian Gallery Beverly Hills.