Tag Archives: Evgeny Kozlov

Love Stories: Margarita Tupitsyn curates the Russian Pavilion, while much ado in Baku and London

In her monthly column for Artspace, Baibakov Art Project’s Maria Baibakova writes under the banner “Women of the Art World Unite!”, recounting her encounters with strong women in challenging art scenes, whether that be Moscow, Baku, Dubai or even Paris.  Allow … Continue reading

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New Artists on the Block: Guryanov and Novikov fare well at Sotheby’s Contemporary East Day Sale

“One of the reasons there’s so much talk about money is that it’s so much easier to talk about than the art,” David Zwirner observes, in Nick Paumgarten’s fresh New Yorker piece “Why Are So Many People Paying So Much … Continue reading

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What’s in a name? Just when we thought the Afrika/New Artists thing was resolved…

Today, we were delighted to see The Art Newspaper‘s Sophia Kishovsky giving some coverage to the situation with Sergey Bugaev-Afrika and the New Artists. For those too lazy to click on links, basically four of the New Artists – Leningrad’s underground … Continue reading

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New Artists win their case against Sergey Bugaev-Afrika

While the recent discovery of an estimated $1.4 billion in art works originally thought to have been looted by Nazis has set the art world spinning, St Petersburg has finally reached a resolution in its own legal drama over provenance. … Continue reading

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Former New Artists sue Sergey Bugaev Afrika over “Lost” Paintings from the late 1980s

When we wrote about Georgy Guryanov and ASSA the other day, it struck us that some of the reasons that St Petersburg’s contemporary canon is not more widely recognized is simply that the works disappeared. Yes, many were ephemeral to … Continue reading

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Poslednyi Geroi: Georgy Guryanov (1961-2013)

On July 20, 2013, artist, musician and all-around arbiter of style in St Petersburg, Georgy Guryanov passed away, after months (and, really, years) of health problems. Guryanov – who also went by “Gustav” – is best known, perhaps, as the drummer … Continue reading

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Nikolay Bakharev another feature of Massimiliano Gioni’s “Encyclopedic Palace”

On March 15, the Art Newspaper published the story “Curators have mixed reactions to the artist roster for Venice Biennale” – exactly the kind of piece one might expect before a show laden with so many expectations of its own. … Continue reading

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