Personal Spaces – Interactive Multimedia Works by Anna Frants, Carla Gannis, Alexandra Dementieva, Elena Gubanova and Ivan Govorkov. National Arts Club,15 Gramercy Park South, New York, February 26 - March 24, 2018.

Personal Spaces – Interactive Multimedia Works by Anna Frants, Carla Gannis, Alexandra Dementieva, Elena Gubanova and Ivan Govorkov. National Arts Club, Gregg Gallery, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York, February 26 - March 24, 2018.

Opening Reception February 27, 2018, 6-8pm.

Scholars accuse Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent of exhibiting questionable works of Russian avant-garde (article)

The Art Newspaper has published an open letter signed by several prominent scholars, curators, and dealers calling into question a number of works included in a recent exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent. From the letter:

Eduard Gorokhovsky: From Siberia to Moscow, Selected Works on Paper from the Kolodzei Art Foundation, Harriman Institute, Columbia U, NYC, January 29 – March 30, 2018. Opening reception on January 31, 6-8pm

Eduard Gorokhovsky:  From Siberia to Moscow, Selected Works on Paper from the Kolodzei Art Foundation, Harriman Institute Atrium, Columbia University, 420 W. 118th Street, 12th floor, New York, January 29 – March 30, 2018.
Opening reception on Wednesday, January 31, 6-8pm t

Newly Discovered L'Enfant Watercolor Featuring Washington’s War Tent in Philadelphia Exhibit “Among His Troops,” Jan. 13 – Feb. 19, 2018

Newly Discovered Watercolor Featuring Washington’s War Tent Anchors Limited-Run Exhibit “Among His Troops,” Jan. 13 – Feb.

Newly Discovered L'Enfant Watercolor Featuring Washington’s War Tent in Philadelphia Exhibit “Among His Troops,” Jan. 13 – Feb. 19, 2018

Newly Discovered Watercolor Featuring Washington’s War Tent Anchors Limited-Run Exhibit “Among His Troops,” Jan. 13 – Feb.

"The Travellers: Voyage And Migration in New Art From Central And Eastern Europe" -- exhibition and book

EXHIBITION: Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn, August 25, 2017–January 28, 2018 

The exhibition looks at travel in a region where freedom to travel was, until recently, a luxury available only to the very few. The revolution of 1989 and the subsequent opening to the world and globalisation processes allowed citizens of the former Eastern Bloc personal mobility on an unprecedented scale. The region’s new, postsocialist identity was dictated by the participation in international exchanges as much as by the new political and economic order.

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