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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.



  • Switzerland. 11-18.12.2014

    Alexander Tyagny-Ryadno. Switzerland

    £1,000.00
    Alexander Tyagny-Ryadno was born in Moscow in 1956. After graduating from the Moscow Aviation Institute in 1979, he worked for several years as an engineer; in 1984 he graduated from the Journalism Faculty of Moscow State University and worked as a mass media photographer and photography editor. Now he is renowned for his colourful travel photographs. Tyagny – Ryadno has travelled widely in America, Greece, Cuba, Israel, Mexico, London, Geneva, Alushta, Moscow and as far as Yamal in Siberia in search of beautiful and geometric subjects. Most of Tyagny-Ryadno’s photographs were black and white until 2009, when he left his analogue camera at home and travelled to London to take only colour photographs. This was a turning point for him, as he realized t hat Henri Cartier-Bresson’s theory of ‘decisive moment’ does not apply to color photography; he had to find a new principle, a new language associated only with colour. His photographs have appeared in leading Russian and international magazines and news papers. He has published several photography books and catalogues. Tyagny – Ryadno has had over 50 solo photography exhibitions internationally. He is a member of the Russian Union of Art Photographers, the Union of Journalists of Russia and the International Federation of Artists, UNESCO.


  • Israel. 27-7. 08 2012

    Alexander Tyagny-Ryadno. Tel Aviv

    £916.67
    Alexander Tyagny-Ryadno was born in Moscow in 1956. After graduating from the Moscow Aviation Institute in 1979, he worked for several years as an engineer; in 1984 he graduated from the Journalism Faculty of Moscow State University and worked as a mass media photographer and photography editor. Now he is renowned for his colourful travel photographs. Tyagny – Ryadno has travelled widely in America, Greece, Cuba, Israel, Mexico, London, Geneva, Alushta, Moscow and as far as Yamal in Siberia in search of beautiful and geometric subjects. Most of Tyagny-Ryadno’s photographs were black and white until 2009, when he left his analogue camera at home and travelled to London to take only colour photographs. This was a turning point for him, as he realized t hat Henri Cartier-Bresson’s theory of ‘decisive moment’ does not apply to color photography; he had to find a new principle, a new language associated only with colour. His photographs have appeared in leading Russian and international magazines and news papers. He has published several photography books and catalogues. Tyagny – Ryadno has had over 50 solo photography exhibitions internationally. He is a member of the Russian Union of Art Photographers, the Union of Journalists of Russia and the International Federation of Artists, UNESCO.


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    Andrei Krisanov

    £416.67

    Andrei Krisanov (1966-2018). Member the New Artists (Novye Khudozhniki) group, was making wild paintings influenced by German Expressionism, Pop Art and Primitivism. First operating out of a communal flat, New Artists held a series of influential exhibitions and parties, combining fine art with youth culture, music, cinema, fashion and performance. The springboard for the group’s foundation was the now proverbial creation of a “zero object”. Andrei was famous for producing a cover to iconic russian rock band Kino’s album “Blood Group”



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    Andrey Tarkovsky. Bright Bright Day. Russian Edition

    £80.00

    Andrey Tarkovsky. Bright Bright Day. Russian Edition. Polaroids by Andrey Tarkovsky. 1979-1984. Essay by Andrey Tarkovsky. Poems by Arseniy Tarkovsky. Translated by Kitty Hunter Blair. Introduction by Andrey A. Tarkvosky (Jr.) Polaroids edited by Stephen Gill. Interview with Boris Groys. Russian edition of the book was realised with kind support of Olga and Charles Thompson. English edition is out of print. English text can be found on www.brightbrightday.com



  • polaroid 40

    Andrey Tarkovsky. Domiziana Giordani

    £1,500.00

    From the portfolio of polaroids. Printed in Florence, Italy 2007. Edition of 12 + 3 A/P. Lambdas printed on 40×50 paper with polaroids 30x30cm



  • polaroid 41

    Andrey Tarkovsky. Grisha

    £1,200.00

    From the portfolio of polaroids. Printed in Florence, Italy 2007. Edition of 12 + 3 A/P. Lambdas printed on 40×50 paper with polaroids 30x30cm



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    Andrey Tarkovsky. Guiseppe Lanci

    £1,200.00

    From the portfolio of polaroids. Printed in Florence, Italy 2007. Edition of 12 + 3 A/P. Lambdas printed on 40×50 paper with polaroids 30x30cm



  • polaroid 51

    Andrey Tarkovsky. Myasnoe

    £2,800.00

    Limited edition portfolio of Andrey Tarkovsky’s polaroids by White Space Gallery and the Tarkovsky Foundation. The photographs in the portfolio range from romantic landscapes and studied portraits to private shots of the auteur’s family and friends. They demonstrate the singular compositional and visual-poetic ability of this master image-maker. Portfolio of 25 Tarkovsky polaroids. Printed in Florence, Italy 2007. Edition of 12 + 3 A/P + 1 Exhibition set. Lambdas printed on 40×50 paper with polaroids 30 cm large. Prints available individually and as a compete set of 25.



  • polaroid 49

    Andrey Tarkovsky. Near Bagno Vignoni, 1979-1982. Polaroids 1979-1984

    £2,000.00

    Limited edition portfolio of Andrey Tarkovsky’s polaroids by White Space Gallery and the Tarkovsky Foundation. The photographs in the portfolio range from romantic landscapes and studied portraits to private shots of the auteur’s family and friends. They demonstrate the singular compositional and visual-poetic ability of this master image-maker. Portfolio of 25 Tarkovsky polaroids. Printed in Florence, Italy 2007. Edition of 12 + 3 A/P + 1 Exhibition set. Lambdas printed on 40×50 paper with polaroids 30 cm large. Prints available individually and as a compete set of 25.



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