Tuesday, March 12, 2013


reporter: Miguel Dominguez

On March 8th, The Russian Pavilion had a juried exhibition showcasing emerging and established artists from Russia, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Baltic regions during leading international contemporary art fairs in New York, San Francisco and Miami. Russian Pavilion NY offered a unique forum for critics and collectors to encounter the works and some of the artists in person.

Dasha Fursey talks about her crashing plane

The timing of this exhibition coincided with the centennial of the 1913 New York Armory Show. The original exhibition was organized by a small group of artists and introduced the American public to European avant-garde painting and sculpture. The Russian Pavilion NY retains the spirit of the Armory show by continuing the introduction of international artists to the American public. It featured paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photography, video installations and performances by artists whose achievements in traditional and new media made them internationally known.

Fashion designer Leonid Gurevich specially created
the Gulf Oil Spill gown for the exhibit.
His lovely companion's top is part of his latest collection

These were the artists exhibiting at The Russian Pavilion NY. Click on their name links to see more of their art.


Igor Molochevski changes the projected patterns on the wall
with the use of a brass bowl and mallet

The Cultural Partners who gave invaluable support to The Russian Pavilion event were Museum of Russian Art (New Jersey), Kolodzei Art FoundationKavachnina ContemporaryRussian American Cultural CenterNorthern Cross

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great photos from GREAT EVENT!!!