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Monday, September 23, 2019
PhotoGallery: Cosmoscow 2019
Shaltai Editions, Moscow, Andrey Monastyrsky (b. 1949). Untitled from the Collages series, 2019. Munken Pure paper, 300 g/m, 50 ? 70 cm. Edition: 30 silkscreens in a series, © Shaltai Editions.
Artem Filatov, (Untitled, 2014) and Evgeniy Antufiev (Untitled, 2016). Credit Suisse collection (1).
Artem Filatov, (Untitled, 2014). Credit Suisse collection (1).
Askeri Gallery, Moscow, Daniel Zakh (b. 1986), from the INFLOW series, 2019. Mixed media, composite materials, variable size. Edition: 1/1,© Askeri Gallery.
Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Moscow, Sheila Metzner (b. 1939), Passion of Rome, 1986 (year of print: 2019). Fresson Print, 61 ? 83 cm. Edition: 10/15, © Lumiere Brothers Gallery.
Anna Nova Gallery, St. Petersburg, Egor Kraft (b. 1986), CAS_08 Hellenistic Ruler, 2018. Marble, polyamide, machine, learning algorithms, 19 x 26 x 21 cm. Courtesy of the author and Anna, Nova Gallery.
Ekaterina Panikanova, Sara Zanin Gallery 1.
K35 Art Gallery, Ilya Gaponov (b. 1981), From the “Last Adam” series, 2019. Oil on canvas, kuzbasslak, acrylic, 190 ? 220 cm. ©K35 Art Gallery.
WHO I AM GALLERY, Moscow, Jacob Yakubov (b. 1988), Mandala, 2018. Mixed media, steel, microchip, nephritis, 1560 x 300 x 1500 mm.
Maria Agureeva. Anna Nova Art Gallery (1).
MishMash portrait (1).
Sovcom Gallery, Moscow, Oleg Tselkov (b. 1934), A couple, 1995, Oil on canvas, 275 ? 400. © Sovcom Gallery.
C+N Canepaneri, Milan, Roger Hiorns, Untitled, 2018. Copper sulphate on wall clock. Diameter: 31.5 cm.
C+N Canepaneri, Milan, Roger Hiorns, Untitled, 2018. Copper sulphate on canvas, 44 x 39 cm.
JART Gallery, Moscow, Rostislav Lebedev (b. 1946), Future airmen, 2008, Silkscreen, 50 ? 59.5 cm. Edition: 30.
Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna / Rome, Stano Filko (b. 1937), ALTRUISTADSEIQ 5. 4.3.D. (EGO Balloon), c. 2005. Inflatable balloon, paint, Diameter: c. 200 cm. Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna / Rome, Linea Collection, Bratislava.
TARAS ZHELTYSHEV, 1991. Coffee table "Mat", Marquetry with Koto veneer, decorated by natural marble, 800*480 mm, 2019. Edition: 20 pcs.
Yuri Alexandrov. (1).
ART4, Moscow, Yuriy Zlotnikov (1930–2016), Composition ?71, 1982. Gouache and watercolor on paper, 60 x 84,5 cm. Photo courtesy of the ART4, Museum.
Mississippi Museum of Art
2018/19 Cultural Gifts Scheme
Massimo Bottura at Sotheby's
The Donum Estate
Art After Stonewall 1969-1989
Odunpazari Modern Museum
National Gallery of Australia
Bonhams Bonmont Sale
Ámà: The Gathering Place
Venice Film Festival
Edinburgh Art Festival
The Colonial National Historical Park
Ed Sheeran exhibition
Photography & Video Art @ Bucerius Kunst Forum
Joan Jonas in Porto
Root Canal at Vleeshal
Olga Picasso. CaixaForum Madrid
Pure Fiction @ Marian Goodman
Hokusai x Manga @ MK&G Hamburg
Manolo Valdes @ Marlborough
Portrait(s) Photography Festival
Painting 2.0 at mumok
Winifred Knights at Dulwich Picture Gallery
Cindy Sherman in Brisbane
The new SFMOMA
RIBA’s first global architecture award
Heinz Mack at Galerie Perrotin
Weinstein Gallery explores Surrealism and the Avant -Garde
Pedro Friedeberg at Ruiz-Healy Art
Wilhelm Lehmbruck at the Leopold Museum
Fundació Joan Miró updates its permanent exhibition
Art and the Child
Gauguin to Picasso at the Phillips Collection
Hahnloser Collection at Museum Marmottan Monet
Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars
Picasso sculpture at MoMA
Piero di Cosimo Retrospective Premieres at National Gallery of Art
Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals
‘Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground on view at MoMA’
Supermodels: Then and Now - Group exhibition opens at CWC Gallery in Berlin’
Francis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty
"Paris 1900, The City of Entertainment" at the Petit Palais
Graphic Design: Now in Production at RISD Museum
Gauguin: Metamorphoses at MoMA
Dedication ceremony for Herb Alpert's sculpture "Freedom"
Sochi Winter Olympics 2014
National Cathedral in Washington
Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal
Esprit Montmartre. Bohemian Life in Paris around 1900
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