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She will also describe in depth the story and the history of the Kolodzei collection.
Natalia Kolodzei will also give a gallery talk of Concerning the Spiritual in Russian Art, 1965-2011 on Thursday, May 23, 2013 A. Kolodzei Art Foundation is lending artworks to the exhibition Hostages of Voids at the Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow) in conjunction with 4th Moscow Biennale.
The exhibition is curated by Sarah Warren, Assistant Professor of Art History at Purchase College, the State University of New York.
Conversation: Collecting Art in Russia, Tuesday, November 18, 11 am Join Natalia Kolodzei in a conversation about collecting art in Russia. Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 710 East St.
The Kolodzei Art Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation founded in 1991, arranges art exhibitions in museums, universities and cultural centers throughout the United States, Russia and Europe.
Its Board of Directors includes distinguished business, diplomatic and cultural figures in US-European-Russian relations.
The exhibition will also highlight the rich diversity of art that emerged and survived during the past forty years of the then Soviet Union and contemporary Russia.
The Kolodzei Art Foundation is lending paintings by Oleg Vassiliev to the exhibition Oleg Vassiliev: Space and Light at Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, 71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, September 02, 2014 to December 31, 2014.
We work with over 400 books publishers and handle over 200 magazines.This Leads to Fire features selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation, one of the most extensive collections of nonconformist and contemporary Russian art in the world.The exhibition will include works ranging from the 1950s through the period of Glasnost and contemporary art.It will be organized into five parts that explore the origins of Nonconformist art, the developments of Moscow Conceptualism, Sots Art, the influence of the Russian avant-garde in geometric abstraction, and the coercive legacy of Socialist Realism.This Leads to Fire will familiarize viewers with an important and underappreciated body of work, but also demonstrate the challenges these artists still pose to both mainstream Russian culture and the globalized art world.