Russian Pavilion Miami Art Basel Week December 3 – 8, 2013 www.russianartpavilion.com
The Russian Pavilion is a juried exhibition showcasing emerging, mid-career and established artists from Russia, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Baltic regions during leading international fairs of contemporary and modern art. The Russian Pavilion is envisioned as a forum for critics, collectors and connoisseurs to view the works and to have a unique possibility to meet some of the artists in person. The artists range widely in age and country of origin. They cover several generations, from Ernst Neizvestny (1925) to Kandinsky prize winner Alexey Beliayev-Guintovt (1965), Scherer & Ouporov, Sasha Meret (1955), Michael Ioffe (1959), Sergey Dozhd (1965), Valery Yershov (1960), Anton Olshvang (1965), Alexander Zakharov (1960) and Igor Vishnyakov (1968), Yuliya Lanina (1973), Igor Molochevsky (1976), Artem Mirolevich (1976), Victoria Kovalenchikova (1978), and others. Russian Pavilion features paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photography, video installations and performances.
Russian Pavilion Miami 2013,
NW 36th street, Miami, FL 33127
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