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    Marina Alexeeva. Untitled (Green Pepper)

    £375.00

    Marina Alexeeva was born in 1959 in Leningrad/St Petersburg. She graduated from the V. Mukhina Academy of Arts. She participated in 5th Moscow Biennial of Contemporary Art; Contemporary Art Biennial, South Panama (2013). Winner of Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Prize (2011). Works in installation and painting. Her works are in the collections of The State Russian Museum, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow), Fundacio Sorigue (Barcelona), Ekaterina Cultural Foundation (Moscow).


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    Marina Alexeeva. Untitled (Red Pepper)

    £375.00

    Marina Alexeeva was born in 1959 in Leningrad/St Petersburg. She graduated from the V. Mukhina Academy of Arts. She participated in 5th Moscow Biennial of Contemporary Art; Contemporary Art Biennial, South Panama (2013). Winner of Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Prize (2011). Works in installation and painting. Her works are in the collections of The State Russian Museum, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow), Fundacio Sorigue (Barcelona), Ekaterina Cultural Foundation (Moscow).

     


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    Michail Grobman. Butterfly

    £833.33

    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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    Michail Grobman. Generalissimo

    £833.33

    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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    Michail Grobman. Medal – Decorated Russia

    £833.33

    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


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    Oleg Kotelnikov. Anichkov Bridge

    £333.33

    Anichkov Bridge. 2008. Lithograph on paper 50 x 70cm. Edition of 45. Oleg Kotelnikov (born 1958, St Petersburg) have been closely tied with the underground culture of St Petersburg (Leningrad) – the New Academy of Fine Arts and the group New Artists, as well as expressions of independent cinema and music. The activities of Oleg Kotelnikov in painting, cinematography, animation and poetry both then and now are united by witty commentary that reacts to the events of the time. His solo exhibition at ASSA gallery in St Petersburg in 1983 marked the start of the ‘wild’ painting style of the New Artists. He was an artist member of the famous Russian rock group Kino. In 1986 he wrote a manifesto on the Necrorealism movement, together with Yevgeny Yufit. Kotelnikov made animation films for the Parallel Cinema studios Mzhalala Film and Chapaev, and his animations appear in the iconic Perestroika era film ASSA (1987). In addition he performed in concerts with Sergei Kuryokhin’s Popular Mechanics orchestra and played with many rock bands. He directed music videos for Joanna Stingray and designed books about the work of Timur Novikov. He created artist’s books in collaboration with Yevgeny Kozlov and painted joint pictures with Ivan Sotnikov.


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    Oleg Kotelnikov. Untitled (Woman and child)

    £833.33

    Oleg Kotelnikov (born 1958, St Petersburg) have been closely tied with the underground culture of St Petersburg (Leningrad) – the New Academy of Fine Arts and the group New Artists, as well as expressions of independent cinema and music. The activities of Oleg Kotelnikov in painting, cinematography, animation and poetry both then and now are united by witty commentary that reacts to the events of the time. His solo exhibition at ASSA gallery in St Petersburg in 1983 marked the start of the ‘wild’ painting style of the New Artists. He was an artist member of the famous Russian rock group Kino. In 1986 he wrote a manifesto on the Necrorealism movement, together with Yevgeny Yufit. Kotelnikov made animation films for the Parallel Cinema studios Mzhalala Film and Chapaev, and his animations appear in the iconic Perestroika era film ASSA (1987). In addition he performed in concerts with Sergei Kuryokhin’s Popular Mechanics orchestra and played with many rock bands. He directed music videos for Joanna Stingray and designed books about the work of Timur Novikov. He created artist’s books in collaboration with Yevgeny Kozlov and painted joint pictures with Ivan Sotnikov.


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    Olga Florensky. Happy Christmas

    £416.67
    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films)

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    Olga Florensky. Happy New Year

    £416.67

    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films). Her prints are in the collections of the V&A Museum, London


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