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Konstantin Lupanov Almost everything that I know about myself I have learnt from others. I consider communication and socializing to be the goal of my creative activity. It is my way of communication, and people understand me and do not get angry with me. In order to smoothen things down for myself, I picture them – i.e. people.
Konstantin Lupanov
Almost everything that I know about myself I have learnt from others. I consider communication and socializing to be the goal of my creative activity. It is my way of communication, and people understand me and do not get angry with me. In order to smoothen things down for myself, I picture them – i.e. people. 
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Yuri German Yuri German is a creative pseudonym of two artists – Sergey Gerasimov and Yuri Bakhrushev. Twice bigger amount of time, mastery, emotions, and energy is devoted to each piece of art.
Yuri German
Yuri German is a creative pseudonym of two artists – Sergey Gerasimov and Yuri Bakhrushev. Twice bigger amount of time, mastery, emotions, and energy is devoted to each piece of art. 
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Mikhail Kaban-Petrov I would just like to point out that painting in its contemporary sense is not a decoration of walls, but a visual code of time, a code of spiritual degree of time or of its absence.
Mikhail Kaban-Petrov
I would just like to point out that painting in its contemporary sense is not a decoration of walls, but a visual code of time, a code of spiritual degree of time or of its absence.
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Sergey Bryukhanov As far back as I can remember, and presently as well, I am living and working having a sensation that the Most Important is about to open up…
Sergey Bryukhanov
As far back as I can remember, and presently as well, I am living and working having a sensation that the Most Important is about to open up…
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Taras Levko For me, sculpture is a woman, an eternal source of inspiration with her flowing silhouette; it’s a man with his inner vulnerability, hiding under a mask of outward force and roughness; it is something mysterious that surrounds us in everyday life…
Taras Levko
For me, sculpture is a woman, an eternal source of inspiration with her flowing silhouette; it’s a man with his inner vulnerability, hiding under a mask of outward force and roughness; it is something mysterious that surrounds us in everyday life...
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Evgeniy Kravtsov Evgeniy Kravtsov focuses on graphic quality and on texture of the subject. His all-time-favourite genre of art is still-life, in which he painstakingly works on texture, shape and dimensions of items.
Evgeniy Kravtsov
Evgeniy Kravtsov focuses on graphic quality and on texture of the subject. His all-time-favourite genre of art is still-life, in which he painstakingly works on texture, shape and dimensions of items.
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Andrey Chernyaev Put my paintings next to copies (or originals if you have such an opportunity) of Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Matisse, Gauguin, etc and keep an eye on this neighbourhood for several days. Should there be incompatibility in it – I am nonentity, pretender and a con artist. Should there be creative unity, I am nonentity designated to the labor of art.
Andrey Chernyaev
Put my paintings next to copies (or originals if you have such an opportunity) of Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Matisse, Gauguin, etc and keep an eye on this neighbourhood for several days. Should there be incompatibility in it – I am nonentity, pretender and a con artist. Should there be creative unity, I am nonentity designated to the labor of art.
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Evgeni Zaremba For me, learning of the world, its structure, its interaction between the environment and the human being as a part of it, has always been a priority in the work.
Evgeni Zaremba
For me, learning of the world, its structure, its interaction between the environment and the human being as a part of it, has always been a priority in the work.
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Arthur Yang Knowledge of the world through the word is literature. Through experience is science. Gastronomes perceive the world through taste. The great Noses perceive it through smell, musicians – through sound and rhythm.
Abstract painting describes visual experiences, inexplicable by means of familiar images or words.
We all learn the planes of reality through our own instruments. And perceiving them, we create new ones!
Arthur Yang
Knowledge of the world through the word is literature. Through experience is science. Gastronomes perceive the world through taste. The great Noses perceive it through smell, musicians – through sound and rhythm.
Abstract painting describes visual experiences, inexplicable by means of familiar images or words.
We all learn the planes of reality through our own instruments. And perceiving them, we create new ones!
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Alexander Gerasimov For me, the decisive point to become an artist was the fact that the painter does not have to get up early in the morning to go to work; he has whole lot of money just twiddling his thumbs; he relaxes throughout the whole year in residences... And then, easily accessible naked women are always beside him. Over the years, I realised that it is not so. But it was too late to change something.
Alexander Gerasimov
For me, the decisive point to become an artist was the fact that the painter does not have to get up early in the morning to go to work; he has whole lot of money just twiddling his thumbs; he relaxes throughout the whole year in residences... And then, easily accessible naked women are always beside him. Over the years, I realised that it is not so. But it was too late to change something.
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Alexander Vinogradov Since 1994, he worked in tandem with Vladimir Dubossarsky. According to the critic Victor Misiano, the project “Vinogradov–Dubossarsky” was perhaps the most relevant in the context of Russian artistic life in the 1990s. Having given up the "arts without quality" Vinogradov is coming back today to working with colour and shape.
Alexander Vinogradov
Since 1994, he worked in tandem with Vladimir Dubossarsky. According to the critic Victor Misiano, the project “Vinogradov–Dubossarsky” was perhaps the most relevant in the context of Russian artistic life in the 1990s. Having given up the "arts without quality" Vinogradov is coming back today to working with colour and shape.
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Mihail Chemiakin He feels much affinity with the culture of carnival, with a blend of games, with laughter and absolute seriousness. The artist proved himself clearly not only in pictorial art, but also in graphic arts, sculpture and scenic painting. It is difficult to characterise his work in a single sentence. As noted by the poet Konstantin Kuzminsky: “You cannot speak objectively about him…”
Mihail Chemiakin
He feels much affinity with the culture of carnival, with a blend of games, with laughter and absolute seriousness. The artist proved himself clearly not only in pictorial art, but also in graphic arts, sculpture and scenic painting. It is difficult to characterise his work in a single sentence. As noted by the poet Konstantin Kuzminsky: “You cannot speak objectively about him…”
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Vladimir Andreenkov The greater part of Vladimir Andreenkov’s works is related to the aesthetics of constructivism, the ideas of Russian avant-garde still serve as a source of creative freedom for him. His “geometric” works are characterised by distinct elastic plasticity, rhythm, often defined by a diagonal, and colour density.
Vladimir Andreenkov
The greater part of Vladimir Andreenkov’s works is related to the aesthetics of constructivism; the ideas of Russian avant-garde still serve as a source of creative freedom for him. His “geometric” works are characterised by distinct elastic plasticity, rhythm, often defined by a diagonal, and colour density.
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Oscar Rabine According to Vladimir Nemukhin, in the 1960s Oscar Rabin was “the most programmatic and conceptual of all the masters of the underground”. Yet, the concept invariably merges with the sublime picturesque culture in his paintings. According to the French art historian Nicole Lamothe, the art of Rabin, “carries not only a powerful emotional charge, but also a sensually vivid perception”, which has acquired new overtones in the years of exile.
Oscar Rabine
According to Vladimir Nemukhin, in the 1960s Oscar Rabin was “the most programmatic and conceptual of all the masters of the underground”. Yet, the concept invariably merges with the sublime picturesque culture in his paintings. According to the French art historian Nicole Lamothe, the art of Rabin, “carries not only a powerful emotional charge, but also a sensually vivid perception”, which has acquired new overtones in the years of exile.
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Camille Pissarro Pissarro was about 10 years older than the other impressionist painters. Inspired by the picturesque search for Claude Monet, he contributed to the formation of impressionism: he influenced the great Cézanne and Seurat, although he subsequently benefited from their work.
Camille Pissarro
Pissarro was about 10 years older than the other impressionist painters. Inspired by the picturesque search for Claude Monet, he contributed to the formation of impressionism: he influenced the great Cézanne and Seurat, although he subsequently benefited from their work.
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Chaim Soutine One of the most prominent expressionists in European painting Chaim Soutine was born in the Russian Empire, but represents the international school of Paris in its blossom period. He did not become a hero of legends as Amedeo Modigliani, who was his closest friend, neither did he seek to make a revolution in art, but he worked in such a distinctive way that the painting of the XX century is unimaginable without his heritage.
Chaim Soutine
One of the most prominent expressionists in European painting Chaim Soutine was born in the Russian Empire, but represents the international school of Paris in its blossom period. He did not become a hero of legends as Amedeo Modigliani, who was his closest friend, neither did he seek to make a revolution in art, but he worked in such a distinctive way that the painting of the XX century is unimaginable without his heritage.
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Wassily Kandinsky Throughout his long life, Kandinsky was a citizen of three countries: he was born in Russia, then moved to Germany, and at the end of his life he moved to France. The founder of abstract art, Kandinsky was one of the key figures of art of the XX century.
Wassily Kandinsky
Throughout his long life, Kandinsky was a citizen of three countries: he was born in Russia, then moved to Germany, and at the end of his life he moved to France. The founder of abstract art, Kandinsky was one of the key figures of art of the XX century.
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Andrey Remnev Painting is what solaces, empowers people to understand their dears and even those who are rather distant to them. Looking back, I understand that it is the unity of craft and creative activity that I have been always searching for.
Andrey Remnev
Painting is what solaces, empowers people to understand their dears and even those who are rather distant to them. Looking back, I understand that it is the unity of craft and creative activity that I have been always searching for.
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Nikolay Chiryatiev In my creative activity I reflect my life and the world which is continuously changing. It is the sense of eternity that I’m trying to carry to the spectator by depicting fabric, energy and space.
Nikolay Chiryatiev
In my creative activity I reflect my life and the world which is continuously changing. It is the sense of eternity that I’m trying to carry to the spectator by depicting fabric, energy and space.
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Andrey Ketiladze The main and essential thing in my life is Art, and everything else goes afterwards.
Andrey Ketiladze
The main and essential thing in my life is Art, and everything else goes afterwards.
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Vadim Chazov When making studies in Technical University, I have happened to come to Italy. This short trip has entirely turned my consciousness upside down. I have passed through a real culture shock and came back a completely different person.
Vadim Chazov
When making studies in Technical University, I have happened to come to Italy. This short trip has entirely turned my consciousness upside down. I have passed through a real culture shock and came back a completely different person.
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Ivan Gavris Belarusian painter, graphic artist, pedagogue and public figure. At the Vitebsk Art school, he studied the system of futurism, cubism, and suprematism, was a member of the UNOVIS creative committee.
Ivan Gavris
Belarusian painter, graphic artist, pedagogue and public figure. At the Vitebsk Art school, he studied the system of futurism, cubism, and suprematism, was a member of the UNOVIS creative committee.
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Victor Ufimtsev In the creative work of Victor Ufimtsev is a clear tendency to orientalism, his life and work were closely linked with Uzbekistan. In his works, the conditional artistic language and brevity successfully infused with the decorative of color. The artist often appealed to the technique of collage using paper, fabric, rug and reed.
Victor Ufimtsev
In the creative work of Victor Ufimtsev is a clear tendency to orientalism, his life and work were closely linked with Uzbekistan. In his works, the conditional artistic language and brevity successfully infused with the decorative of color. The artist often appealed to the technique of collage using paper, fabric, rug and reed.
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Michael Shvartsman Mikhail Shvartsman called his works "hieratures". In the religious-philosophical concept of hieratism, according to Shvartsman, every person, dying, leaves an iconic trace of himself in the coffin. The lived way is imprinted on his face, and before the death this is no longer just a face, but a "representation of face".
 
Michael Shvartsman
Mikhail Shvartsman called his works "hieratures". In the religious-philosophical concept of hieratism, according to Shvartsman, every person, dying, leaves an iconic trace of himself in the coffin. The lived way is imprinted on his face, and before the death this is no longer just a face, but a "representation of face".
 
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Igor Shirshkov In visual art - abstract art, and in architecture -  architectural abstraction, this is an expression of the structure in its purest form. Dropped all the excess, we see shapes, lines, textures, color and all other elements of formal composition, organizing the structure of space.
Igor Shirshkov
In visual art - abstract art, and in architecture -  architectural abstraction, this is an expression of the structure in its purest form. Dropped all the excess, we see shapes, lines, textures, color and all other elements of formal composition, organizing the structure of space.
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Francesco Fontebasso Francesco Fontebasso (1707 — 1769, Venice) was an apprentice of Sebastiano Ricci and Giovanni Batista Tiepolo. He was the most famous and sought-after artist after Tiepolo, thanks to his murals of churches, palaces and villas in Italy and Europe.
Francesco Fontebasso
Francesco Fontebasso (1707 — 1769, Venice) was an apprentice of Sebastiano Ricci and Giovanni Batista Tiepolo. He was the most famous and sought-after artist after Tiepolo, thanks to his murals of churches, palaces and villas in Italy and Europe.
 
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Bernardo Bellotto Bernardo Francesco Paulo Ernesto Bellotto (1721 – 1780) was an Italian painter, master of the urban landscape, the apprentice and nephew of Canaletto. The most famous works of Bernardo Bellotto are realistic views of Central European cities, mostly Dresden, Vienna and Warsaw. He borrowed his uncle’s name – Canaletto.
Bernardo Bellotto
Bernardo Francesco Paulo Ernesto Bellotto (1721 – 1780) was an Italian painter, master of the urban landscape, the apprentice and nephew of Canaletto. The most famous works of Bernardo Bellotto are realistic views of Central European cities, mostly Dresden, Vienna and Warsaw. He borrowed his uncle’s name – Canaletto.
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Antonio Allegri da Correggio Antonio da Correggio (1489 — 1534), real name Antonio Allegri is an Italian painter of the High Renaissance. It is believed that painting his works Correggio was deeply influenced by such famous artists as Andrea Mantegna, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo. He worked in Parma and Correggio.

 
Antonio Allegri da Correggio
Antonio da Correggio (1489 — 1534), real name Antonio Allegri is an Italian painter of the High Renaissance. It is believed that painting his works Correggio was deeply influenced by such famous artists as Andrea Mantegna, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo. He worked in Parma and Correggio.

 
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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo Tiepolo Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (March 5, 1696, Venice — March 27, 1770, Madrid) is the greatest artist of the Italian Rococo, a master of frescoes and engravings, the last great representative of the Venetian school.
 
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo Tiepolo
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (March 5, 1696, Venice — March 27, 1770, Madrid) is the greatest artist of the Italian Rococo, a master of frescoes and engravings, the last great representative of the Venetian school.
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Francesco Guardi Francesco Lazzaro Guardi was an Italian artist and a distinguished representative of the Venetian school of veduta. Guardi was an artist who worked not only on cityscapes, but also on easel paintings, and much of his work is valuable. He is considered to be one of the last representatives of the classic Venetian school of painting.

 
Francesco Guardi
Francesco Lazzaro Guardi was an Italian artist and a distinguished representative of the Venetian school of veduta. Guardi was an artist who worked not only on cityscapes, but also on easel paintings, and much of his work is valuable. He is considered to be one of the last representatives of the classic Venetian school of painting.
 
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Abraham Brueghel Abraham Bruegel (1631 — 1697) is an Italian Baroque painter, Flemish by birth, a master of still lifes. On his long way to an artist career, he began to paint in the studio of his father Jan Bruegel Jr.
Abraham Brueghel
Abraham Bruegel (1631 — 1697) is an Italian Baroque painter, Flemish by birth, a master of still lifes. On his long way to an artist career, he began to paint in the studio of his father Jan Bruegel Jr.
 
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The Utrecht Caravaggio Utrecht Š”aravaggism - a small group of Dutch artists of the XVII century, the followers of the Italian master Michelangelo da Caravaggio. Adhering to the Caravaggio's manner, the artists brought more truthfulness and sensuality to secular and religious subjects.
The Utrecht Caravaggio
Utrecht Š”aravaggism - a small group of Dutch artists of the XVII century, the followers of the Italian master Michelangelo da Caravaggio. Adhering to the Caravaggio's manner, the artists brought more truthfulness and sensuality to secular and religious subjects.
 
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Alessandro Bonvicino del Moretto Alessandro Bonvicino, nicknamed and known as Moretto (between 1490 and 1498, Brescia — December 22, 1554, Brescia) is Italian artist of the High Renaissance. He worked in Brescia, Padua and Venice. The teachers of the artist were Vincenzo Foppa and Fioravante Ferramola, and experts also mention Titian, Jacopo Palma and Girolamo Romanino among his mentors.
Alessandro Bonvicino del Moretto
Alessandro Bonvicino, nicknamed and known as Moretto (between 1490 and 1498, Brescia — December 22, 1554, Brescia) is Italian artist of the High Renaissance. He worked in Brescia, Padua and Venice. The teachers of the artist were Vincenzo Foppa and Fioravante Ferramola, and experts also mention Titian, Jacopo Palma and Girolamo Romanino among his mentors.
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Tiziano Vecellio Tiziano Vecellio (1488/1490 – 1576, Venice) was an Italian painter and the most important member of the Venetian school in the era of High and Late Renaissance.
 
Tiziano Vecellio
Tiziano Vecellio (1488/1490 – 1576, Venice) was an Italian painter and the most important member of the Venetian school in the era of High and Late Renaissance.

 
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Giannicola di Paolo Manni Giannicola di Paolo Manni or Smicca (1460–1544) a pupil of Pietro Perugino, but was also influenced by Raphael. Italian painter of the Renaissance period was born in Città della Pieve and active mainly in Perugia. His manners are manifested in the color scheme and in the restless movement of accurate folds and hair, which show the master of a new generation.
Giannicola di Paolo Manni
Giannicola di Paolo Manni or Smicca (1460–1544) a pupil of Pietro Perugino, but was also influenced by Raphael. Italian painter of the Renaissance period was born in Città della Pieve and active mainly in Perugia. His manners are manifested in the color scheme and in the restless movement of accurate folds and hair, which show the master of a new generation.
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Rosalba Giovanna Carriera Rosalba Carriera (1675 - 1757) is an Italian painter and miniaturist, one of the main representatives of the Rococo style in art of Italy and France. Being a Venetian artist, Rosalba Carriera was elected as a member of the “French Royal Academy of Painting". Her art was admired by many European monarchs, as they ordered portraits for themselves. 
Rosalba Giovanna Carriera
Rosalba Carriera (1675 - 1757) is an Italian painter and miniaturist, one of the main representatives of the Rococo style in art of Italy and France. Being a Venetian artist, Rosalba Carriera was elected as a member of the “French Royal Academy of Painting". Her art was admired by many European monarchs, as they ordered portraits for themselves. 
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School of Giovanni Bellini Giovanni Bellini (1430/33 — 1516) is an Italian painter, representative of the Venetian painting school of the Renaissance. The artist was widely known for his excellent ability to use oil paints, through which he was able to transmit all the variety of light and color. Bellini featured an impeccable knowledge of the details of the landscape and scenery.
School of Giovanni Bellini
Giovanni Bellini (1430/33 — 1516) is an Italian painter, representative of the Venetian painting school of the Renaissance. The artist was widely known for his excellent ability to use oil paints, through which he was able to transmit all the variety of light and color. Bellini featured an impeccable knowledge of the details of the landscape and scenery.
 
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Olga Lomaka Pop Art project Pink Magic by the Russian London-based artist Olga Lomaka dedicated to the exploration of space and existential problems in creative environment and social sphere.
This series of installations is the first Lomaka’s project in such style:  artist installs sculpture elements in canvas-covered constructions transferring her images from the flatness of painting to three-dimensional environment. Configuration and content analysed and developed. In Pink Magic project is no standard solutions, it is based on contrasting colour, the design of special constructions which create the illusion of flatness.
Olga Lomaka
Pop Art project Pink Magic by the Russian London-based artist Olga Lomaka dedicated to the exploration of space and existential problems in creative environment and social sphere.
This series of installations is the first Lomaka’s project in such style:  artist installs sculpture elements in canvas-covered constructions transferring her images from the flatness of painting to three-dimensional environment. Configuration and content analysed and developed. In Pink Magic project is no standard solutions, it is based on contrasting colour, the design of special constructions which create the illusion of flatness.
 
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Katya Borodulkina A dream and a great desire to learn how to draw, and to be an artist gave an incredible result in the difficult life of one small but powerful girl. With the complex medical diagnosis and special physical characteristics, Katya can draw only in a recumbent position, seeing her pictures in a highly distorted perspective. The main sources of inspiration for Katya are nature, wild life, and her family. Each Katya’s work has its own history of creation.
Katya Borodulkina
A dream and a great desire to learn how to draw, and to be an artist gave an incredible result in the difficult life of one small but powerful girl. With the complex medical diagnosis and special physical characteristics, Katya can draw only in a recumbent position, seeing her pictures in a highly distorted perspective. The main sources of inspiration for Katya are nature, wild life, and her family. Each Katya’s work has its own history of creation.
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Alexander Kupalyan Alexander Kupalyan is a new name in the art arena, opened by the VS unio art gallery. A young professional artist who continues a line of dialogue with history like old masters. He refers to the eternal themes of human tragedy, imprinted in our historical memory. Human recalls his own moments from life through visual images created by the artist. In the 21st century, we need serious meanings conveyed by the language of modern art! Kupalyan’s creativity is a real contemporary painting, which is based on academic art education.
Alexander Kupalyan
Alexander Kupalyan is a new name in the art arena, opened by the VS unio art gallery. A young professional artist who continues a line of dialogue with history like old masters. He refers to the eternal themes of human tragedy, imprinted in our historical memory. Human recalls his own moments from life through visual images created by the artist. In the 21st century, we need serious meanings conveyed by the language of modern art! Kupalyan’s creativity is a real contemporary painting, which is based on academic art education.
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George Mayer “Photography for me is an absolutely natural environment, like a native language. In my opinion, it is the most accessible way of expressing emotions”
George Mayer
“Photography for me is an absolutely natural environment, like a native language. In my opinion, it is the most accessible way of expressing emotions”
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Nino Duccio A European businessman and collector with an artistic past. Thanks to the diligent training with the modern master of painting, has formed as an artist who wished to remain anonymous to the wide audience and professional community. Nino Duccio is a new trend of the artistic world. It is the case when the pseudonym of the artist-researcher Nino Duccio is associated with the name of Duccio di Buoninsegna – the greatest master of the Sienese school, as an homage to the unique period of the Italian Renaissance – the heyday of all kinds of art.
Nino Duccio
A European businessman and collector with an artistic past. Thanks to the diligent training with the modern master of painting, has formed as an artist who wished to remain anonymous to the wide audience and professional community. Nino Duccio is a new trend of the artistic world. It is the case when the pseudonym of the artist-researcher Nino Duccio is associated with the name of Duccio di Buoninsegna – the greatest master of the Sienese school, as an homage to the unique period of the Italian Renaissance – the heyday of all kinds of art.
 
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Avdei Ter-Oganyan "First of all, the painter is what he did. Eventually, we are talking about his work, not about him"
Avdei Ter-Oganyan

Russian artist, founder of the fellowship "Art or Death", galleries in Trekhprudny Lane and "Forward!". One of the prominent representatives of Moscow actionism.

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Alexander Rukavishnikov Russian artist and active member of Russian Academy of Arts, head of sculpture department in The Surikov Art Institute in Moscow. Rukavishnikov is the third in dynasty of hereditary sculptors.
Alexander Rukavishnikov
Russian artist and active member of Russian Academy of Arts, head of sculpture department in The Surikov Art Institute in Moscow. Rukavishnikov is the third in dynasty of hereditary sculptors.
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