Artists

Yuri Kuper

Yuri Kuper is one of the most famous Russian artists with more than 110 solo exhibitions around the world.

Zurab Tsereteli

Georgian-Russian artist, sculptor and architect, President of the Russian Academy of Arts, founder of Russia's first Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA). The artist's talent manifested itself in large-scale architectural and sculptural complexes, majestic monuments and noble monuments, mosaics, stained glass, reliefs and circular sculpture, painting, graphics, enamel. The heroes of his works seem to wander from sculpture to relief, from enamel to painting, from relief to graphics. They are located on a plane, then they gather in volumes, they live in a world of indomitable imagination of the artist, where each plot, character, embodied in different materials and in techniques, types and genres, he plays with new and new facets of his imagery. For the master, there are no boundaries in the visual arts — he asserts the freedom of creative search.

Pavel Polanski

Pavel Polanski 

1980 born in Moscow 
1998-2004  V. Surikov Moscow State Art Institute (T.G. Nasarenko’s department of easel painting) 
2002 Internship in Germany (Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe) 
2004-2006 Creative Postgraduate course (T.G. Nasarenko’s class) 
2007 membership in of Moscow Union of artists 
Lives and works in Moscow 

Dashi Namdakov

Dashi Balzhanovich Namdakov (born 1967, Ukurik village, Khiloksky district, Chita region) is a Russian sculptor, artist, jeweler, member of the Union of Artists of Russia. He graduated from the Sculpture Department at the Krasnoyarsk State Art Institute. His art knows no boundaries: territorial boundaries, spatial and temporal boundaries. His art is fascinating: it is attractive and strange at the same time. The phenomenon of Dashi Namdakov as an artist is that he has preserved national traditions, but he presented them in a completely new, avant-garde style. His handwriting cannot be repeated: the feeling of form, plasticity, movement, a sense of proportion and harmony are academic, but filled with an original character and meaning. The reunion of the classical, traditional East with the familiar European civilization gives Dashi's works a unique personality, style, and originality.

Kwang Young Chun

Korean artist Chun Kwang Young incorporates elements of both painting and sculpture in his practice. He is best known for his acclaimed Aggregation series: freestanding and wall-hung amalgamations of small, triangular forms wrapped in antique mulberry paper, often tinted with teas or pigment.

Peter Opheim

Peter Opheim is American-based artist, who was born in Germany. He is currently working in New York.

Ksenia Sandesco

Ksenia Sandesco (Moscow, 11/21/1996) is a Moscow artist who explores the connection between figurative and abstract art in her work. Through her works, Ksenia Sandesco conveys her inner feelings and feelings through female images. She is interested in the dialogue between realistically depicted shapes and dynamic abstract backgrounds. She deliberately refuses to interpret the world around her correctly and creates her own, consisting of chaotic spots, tricky weaves of fabrics, various combinations of color and texture.

Romain Froquet

Romain Froquet is a french artist, born in 1982 in Villeurbanne (Fr). He lives and works in Paris.

Masha Rudenko

Masha Rudenko is a multidisciplinary artist whose work combines performance, video art, photography, collage, painting, body art, and mixed techniques. Masha was born in Taganrog, at the age of 17 she won the Elite Model Look competition, after which she worked as a model in Moscow, Paris, Milan, London, Tokyo, Barcelona, Hamburg, Berlin, New York, Los Angeles, then moved to the USA, where fulfilled an old dream by entering the New York School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, and then continuing her studies at the classical painting school The Art League School.

Gennady Troshkov

Gennady Ivanovich Troshkov (1947 – 2018) was a Soviet and Russian artist, painter, graphic artist, illustrator, sculptor, master of decorative and applied arts. After graduating from the Krasnodar Art College, he was accepted into the Union of Artists of the USSR. The artist's works are in museum, corporate and private collections in Russia, USA, Finland, France, Germany, Uruguay, Brazil, Canada, Italy and other countries.

Juan Miguel Palacios

A famous Spanish painter who has created a whole gallery of human emotions.

Daniel Zakh

Russian sculptor and architect whose work is the result of a symbiosis of art and high technology. Daniel Zach's unique sculptures are created using a programming language. The algorithm includes various natural phenomena: the movement and noise of waves, the direction of the sun's rays, and gusts of wind. The resulting code is embodied in a relief and rhythmic form. Zakh's works are very popular and are kept in private collections in Russia and abroad.

Anne de Carbuccia

Anne de Carbuccia was born in New York and grew up in Paris. She attended Columbia University in New York City where she studied anthropology and art history, specializing in 17th- and 18th-century art.

Marcos Anziani

A young abstract painting of Dominican descent from New York.

Jae Yong Kim

The early experience of mobility of Jae Yong Kim and his move to the U.S. informs the concerns in his work- which is rooted to his desire to understand and find his identity and the meaning of the ‘Home.’ He explores these issues through the use of a surrogate subject in his work, such as his dog Momo and snails. He is recognized and noticed for his quirky, eclectic and humorous renditions of these subjects, and for his ability to create a relatable language for the viewer in order to deal with human issues such as cruelty, pain, anguish, joy, love, and friendship.

Alexey Golovin

Contemporary Russian artist, works and lives in St. Petersburg. Since 2018, a member of the professional union of artists of Russia.
Since 2021, a resident of the St. Petersburg Museum of Modern Art Artmuza. Works in the style of realism in the technique of assemblage painting with self-tapping screws.
The artist's works are in the collections of: Museum of Modern Art Artmuza, St. Petersburg, Russia. Private collections in: USA, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, England, Thailand and Russia.
The theme of the inner psychological state of a person and society becomes the main leitmotif of the artist's work. The main thesis is that the creative harmony of the world order is hidden in soft power. Soft power as the inner core of a person. Soft power as a support in confronting life's difficulties.

Timur Gasumov

Contemporary Russian artist, born in Leningrad in 1981. Works and lives in St. Petersburg. — since 2019, member of the Professional Union of Artists of Russia — since 2020, resident of the St. Petersburg Museum of Contemporary Art “Artmuza” Works in the styles of realism and surrealism.

Anna Sladkova

Anna Sladkova is a contemporary Russian artist. Born in Moscow in 1992. She began her exhibition activities in 2018, becoming a participant in the “Workshop’18” project. Systems of secret signs" at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA). Personal exhibitions were held in the galleries Ten Pieces Gallery (Paris) and Cube.Moscow (Moscow), landscape and architectural bureau "MOKH" (Moscow). She took part in many group exhibitions and fairs, including the Museum of Moscow, Zaryadye and the Manege Central Exhibition Hall.    In 2022 she became a laureate of the Moscow Art Prize in the Fine Arts category.

Daria Kotlyarova

Daria Kotlyarova works in the genre of easel painting.

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