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    Alexander Nikolaev (Zakhar). Untitled (collage)

    £666.67

    Alexander Nikolaev (Zakhar). Member of New Artists group which originated in Leningrad/St Petersburg in the 1980s.  The Leningrad underground art groups (1982-1990s) have rapidly gained international currency, enriching the lexicon of pop-culture and attracting the attention of Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and John Cage. The New Artists are considered the most important phenomena in the Russian art of the end of the XX century. Their works are in the collections of Centre Pompidou, Victoria and Albert Museum, Stedlijk Museum, Tate Modern, State Russian Museum, The Tretyakov and others.


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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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    Vladimir Shinkarev. Goethe

    £708.33

    The World Literature series by Vladimir Shinkarev reflects within a Russian context on the changes in the relationship between writing and painting, the verbal and the visual, that have taken place from classical to contemporary times. World Literature, Shinkarev’s redeployment of the verbal/visual relationship, arose and developed out of his initial inception of Mitki during the 1980s. Shinkarev, with his canvases ‘World Literature’, has also created his own personal pictorial language response, but with a profound difference. World Literature, his take on the world as text, is concerned with works, which, though richly embedded in the reality of their own time of creation, yet have a relevance that transcends their own time. They enable us to move between past, present and future through reflection on the universal themes and issues they depict that connect us one to another.


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    Vladimir Shinkarev. Polar Bear

    £750.00

    Vladimir Shinkarev (b. 1954) is a founder member of the Mitki group, a St Petersburg collective of artists. They first appeared in 1984, and work in a variety of media, from music and publishing to writing and film-making. His works are in the collections of the V&A Museum


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    Vladimir Shinkarev. Tender is the night

    £708.33

    The World Literature series by Vladimir Shinkarev reflects within a Russian context on the changes in the relationship between writing and painting, the verbal and the visual, that have taken place from classical to contemporary times. World Literature, Shinkarev’s redeployment of the verbal/visual relationship, arose and developed out of his initial inception of Mitki during the 1980s. Shinkarev, with his canvases ‘World Literature’, has also created his own personal pictorial language response, but with a profound difference. World Literature, his take on the world as text, is concerned with works, which, though richly embedded in the reality of their own time of creation, yet have a relevance that transcends their own time. They enable us to move between past, present and future through reflection on the universal themes and issues they depict that connect us one to another.


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