New Publication on Filipp Malyavin (1869-1940)

The journal Zolotaia palitra recently published a monographic issue dedicated to "the unknown Malyavin," focusing on less researched aspects of the life and work of the Russian painter Filipp Malyavin (1869-1940). The table of contents and synopses can be found here: http://www.zolotayapalitra.ru/Magazine/17

Citation: Zolotaia palitra 1, no. 17 (2018).

EXHIBITION: 'Views from the Eastern Front: Russian Modernism and the Great War'

Dear colleagues,
 
I want to extend the invitation to the opening of the new exhibition, Views from the Eastern Front: Russian Modernism and the Great War, which will be held on Monday, 12 November, from 5 to 7pm at the Gallery in Amherst Center for Russian Culture. The opening reception honors the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I. 
 
This exhibition presents works by Russian avant-garde art

Re: Research Query: Two paintings listed as Viktor Ivanovich Ivanov (b. 1924) with label reading М.В. Иванов

A suggestion from Matthew Bown via Facebook:

IVANOV, Mikhail (Makhil) Vsevolodovich. Born in Detskoe Selo, Leningrad region, 1927. Studied at Moscow Intermediate Art School 1943-46; Moscow Art Institute/Surikov Institute 1946-52. Active in Moscow. Began exhibiting 1952? Member of Group of Eight. Specialised in urban landscapes. Nonconformist artist 1960s-80s.

Job posting: Archivist/Librarian/Research Center Coordinator - Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

The Dodge Collection at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University is seeking an Archivist/Librarian/Research Center Coordinator. This is a new, full-time one-year renewable position. Preferred qualifications include knowledge of Russian culture and language and experience in library or archival studies. More information at the link below:

Job posting: Archivist/Librarian/Research Center Coordinator - Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

The Dodge Collection at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University is seeking an Archivist/Librarian/Research Center Coordinator. This is a new, full-time one-year renewable position. Preferred qualifications include knowledge of Russian culture and language and experience in library or archival studies. More information at the link below:

New York Public Library Appoints Full-Time Slavic Curator

The New York Public Library has appointed a new full-time Slavic Curator, Bogdan Horbal.

Historian Susan Smith-Peter recently conducted an interview with Horbal for New York University's Jordan Center blog.

You can read her interview at: http://jordanrussiacenter.org/news/the-new-york-public-library-appoints-full-time-slavic-c...

Image Permissions Contacts (New resource on H-SHERA, request for updates)

Thanks to the initiative of Margaret Samu, H-SHERA has begun to compile a list of contact information for scholars seeking image permissions for art from Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia. You can find that list here, and it is also linked in the H-SHERA side menu and under the Resources tab.

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