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  • IS computer lithogr 2008

    Ivan Sotnikov Untitled (Computer) 2008 Lithograph

    £500.00

    Ivan Sotnikov (1961-2015) lived and worked in St Petersburg, where he studied art and photography at the Aleksandrov Professional Lycée, and later at the Orthodox Saint Tikhon Theological University, Moscow (2002–06). Over the years he worked with folkloric symbol systems, sound-extractions, music, cinema, publishing, and journalism. In 1996, he was ordained as a Russian Orthodox priest and from the late 1990s served in a parish in the village of Rogavka situated between Novgorod and St Petersburg. In 2015, The New Museum in St Petersburg held Ivan Sotnikov: Painting of the 20th-21st Century, the artist’s rst retrospective exhibition with over 100 works produced from the 1980s to the present decade, from public (the Russian Museum and Novy Museum) and private collections. HIs works are in the collections of The State Russian Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and Centre Pompidou.



  • MGB60butterflyLowRes

    Michail Grobman. Butterfly. 1966

    £1,000.00

    Ilya Kabakov and Michail Grobman. The Beautiful Sixties Portfolio of lithographs. 1964-69. Lithographs made in 1989. The complete set of six lithographs in colors, on Rives paper, with full margins, all S. 22 1/2 x 33 1/2 in. (57.2 x 85.1 cm), all signed and numbered in pencil (there were also 10 artist’s proofs in Roman numerals), published by Loushy Editions, Tel Aviv (all with their blindstamp), all with the Grebel Lithography blindstamp.



  • MGB60GENERALISSIMOlowres

    Michail Grobman. Generalissimo. 1964

    £1,000.00

    Ilya Kabakov and Michail Grobman. The Beautiful Sixties Portfolio of lithographs. 1964-69. Lithographs made in 1989. The complete set of six lithographs in colors, on Rives paper, with full margins, all S. 22 1/2 x 33 1/2 in. (57.2 x 85.1 cm), all signed and numbered in pencil (there were also 10 artist’s proofs in Roman numerals), published by Loushy Editions, Tel Aviv (all with their blindstamp), all with the Grebel Lithography blindstamp.



  • MGB60MEDALDECORATED RUSSIAlowres

    Michail Grobman. Medal – Decorated Russia. 1964

    £1,000.00

    Ilya Kabakov and Michail Grobman. The Beautiful Sixties Portfolio of lithographs. 1964-69. Lithographs made in 1989. The complete set of six lithographs in colors, on Rives paper, with full margins, all S. 22 1/2 x 33 1/2 in. (57.2 x 85.1 cm), all signed and numbered in pencil (there were also 10 artist’s proofs in Roman numerals), published by Loushy Editions, Tel Aviv (all with their blindstamp), all with the Grebel Lithography blindstamp.



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    Norilsk. Special edition with book

    £75.00

    Signed print and book. Special edition of XX. Norilsk. 2015. Platinum print. 10x15cm



  • 01

    Oleg Kulik Family of The Future 1997 Photograph

    £7,416.67

    Oleg Kulik (born 1961 in Kiev) ranks among the most interesting and controversial Russian artists. He has managed to attract the attention of art critics and exhibition curators by his performance shows, which are characterised by “strong expression” where he himself assumes a role of “artist-animal”. In these performances Kulik becomes a dog, a bird, a fish, and a bull, simplifying his performance language to the basic emotional vocabulary of an animal.



  • 02

    Oleg Kulik Family of The Future 1997 Photograph

    £916.67

    Oleg Kulik ranks among the most interesting and controversial Russian artists. He has managed to attract the attention of art critics and exhibition curators by his performance shows, which are characterised by “strong expression” where he himself assumes a role of “artist-animal”. In these performances Kulik becomes a dog, a bird, a fish, and a bull, simplifying his performance language to the basic emotional vocabulary of an animal.



  • 02

    Oleg Kulik Family of The Future 1997 Photograph

    £916.67

    Oleg Kulik (born 1961 in Kiev) ranks among the most interesting and controversial Russian artists. He has managed to attract the attention of art critics and exhibition curators by his performance shows, which are characterised by “strong expression” where he himself assumes a role of “artist-animal”. In these performances Kulik becomes a dog, a bird, a fish, and a bull, simplifying his performance language to the basic emotional vocabulary of an animal.



  • 01

    Oleg Kulik Family of The Future 1997 Photograph

    £7,416.67

    Oleg Kulik (born in Kiev 1961) ranks among the most interesting and controversial Russian artists. He has managed to attract the attention of art critics and exhibition curators by his performance shows, which are characterised by “strong expression” where he himself assumes a role of “artist-animal”. In these performances Kulik becomes a dog, a bird, a fish, and a bull, simplifying his performance language to the basic emotional vocabulary of an animal.



  • OchernyshevaPrint

    Olga Chernysheva Acquaintances (Moscow) 2008

    £250.00

    Moscow-based Russian artist Olga Chernysheva (Russian, b. 1962), a graduate of the Moscow Cinema Academy and the Rijksakademie, Amsterdam, captures quotidian life in post-communist Russia. Embedded within social reality, Chernyshevas photographs carry nonetheless a lyricism and beauty that tacitly transforms the ordinary scenes and sights of and around Moscow into the extraordinary, and at times, seemingly miraculous. Chernyshevas work frequently expresses a social interest in relation to how her country is changing. In her Moscow Area series she might highlight those things frequently relegated to the edges of society and consciousness, such as a group of the elderly in a home, an old lady entering a church to pray, or the queues of people entering and exiting the Moscow underground metro system. Whilst one can frequently read disillusionment, loss and isolation in Chernyshevas images, one also sees signs of life and renewal, perseverance and warmth in what they depict. Her films and photographs transcend their documentary function, investigating instead the very fabric of the individuality, stoicism and self-sufficiency of the Russian character, meditating at the same time on the role of the artist in a time of change. This photograph is an edition and part of the catalogue that accompanied accompany her exhibition at White Space Gallery in London. The catalogue is featuring over 40 images of her photographs and video stills, it includes the transcript of a conversation between Olga Chernysheva and Professor Robert Storr, as well as an introductory text to her work by Dr. Ekaterina Andreeva. The print is sold together with catalogue.



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