Posts Tagged ‘ Russian art ’


Russian art center stage in London

May 1st, 2013 | By

London is furthering its claim to be the centre of the Russian art market with exhibitions and its bi annual sales of Russian art at the leading auction rooms.  A recent article by Simon Hewitt in the Huffington Post discussing this and the current exhibitions is listed below.  The article focuses on the non-conformist art of
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Maria Baibakova, new Strategic Director of Artspace. Image courtesy Nikolay Zverkov.

Artspace names Maria Baibakova new Strategy Director

Mar 12th, 2013 | By

Art Radar Asia – March 1, 2013 At 27, Maria Baibakova is adding another entry to an already impressive resume. In a bid to expand its global reach,, an online marketplace for contemporary art sales, revealed on 19 February 2013 that it has appointed Russian collector Maria Baibakova as Strategic Director. The move highlights a trend towards the
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Russian art sales week starts November 25th in London

Nov 17th, 2012 | By

MacDougall’s auction house kicks off London’s Russian sales week with its auction on November 25th.  This week of sales devoted to Russian art happens twice a year…the other week is in late June, and it brings many of those interested in acquiring Russian works of art to London.  The sales consist of paintings, sculpture and
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The State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg – a major exhibition of Russian painters of the Second Half of the XX century, 10/7/12.

Jul 10th, 2012 | By

Courtesy of Stephen Justesen of TKM gallery. “Realism in Russian Art of the Second Half of the XX Century”. The Tkachev Brothers, Valentin Sidorov, Vladimir StozharovAleksei Gritsai, Sergei Gerasimov, Yuri Kugach. On July 4th, The State Russian Museum opened a major exhibition of Russian Realism from the Second Half of the Twentieth Century. This period
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‘Russian Art Shopping,’ Hermitage Magazine, St Petersburg, Summer 2008.

Feb 6th, 2010 | By

Ivan Lindsay is a private art dealer in European and Russian paintings and has established world record prices for many artists including Goya, Canaletto and Hobbema. He is also a publisher and writer and writes for the magazines Country House, Millionaire, Spears Wealth Management Survey and the Art Book Journal. The indispensability of Russia’s vast
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‘Art lovers of the World Unite’, Russian collectors awake, Spears WMS Magazine, Issue No. 7, Spring 2008.

Dec 26th, 2009 | By

By Ivan Lindsay. Anyone working in mining, metals, diamonds, oil and gas, timber or up-market property is now dealing with the Russians on a regular basis. The marriage of Russian resources to Western consumers is creating huge fortunes and some of this excess capital is helping drive the already overheated Western art market and create
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