Emergency assistance to socially excluded

Merry Christmas and happy New Year 2010!

samusocial Moskva, 20 Nov 09, project

Dear friends of  samusocialMoskva,

on Christmas and New Year’s eve, we would like to suggest you our greeting cards with paintings by outstanding artists that have been part of the latest contemporary art exhibitions.
We can provide you with two complete sets (five greeting cards with envelopes in each complete set). Inside each card there is a Christmas and New Year's greeting in three laguages (Russian, French and English).
This project is aimed to support samusocialMoskva program on the "Emergency assistance for homeless youngsters in Moscow". 

Complete set n°1 (705 sets available)

Georgy Totibadze was born in 1967 in Tbilisi, Georgia. National artist of the USSR, his style is influenced by the Italian Renaissance and the Dutch painters of the XVIIth century.

Jury Albert was born in 1959 in Moscow. He is one of the most important artists of the Russian conceptualist movment. He declares himself heir of the legendary « Art and Language group ». One can recognize in his work all the irony, characteristic of the conceptualist movment. He was part of the third Moscow biennale of contemporary art in 2009.


Konstantin Totibadze was born in 1969 in Tbilisi, Georgia. He graduated from the 1905 Revolution’s art school and from the Fine Arts Academy of Tbilisi. He has been displayed in Moscow, Paris, Helsinki, Washington and Berkeley.


Muriel Rousseau-Ovtchinnikov was born in Paris and studied at the École des Arts Décoratifs. Today, she is head of the creative agency Lieu Commun in Moscow. Her personnal work is organized around lyric views and portraits of Moscow houses.


Nikolaï Ovtchinnikov was born in 1958 in Moscow. He graduated from the 1905 Revolution’s art school. He has lived between France and Russia and has been displayed at the New Tretiakov Gallery as well as he is permanent artist at Aidan Gallery. He participated in exhibitions all around the world.


Complete set n°2 (909 sets available)

Gor Chahl was born in 1961 in Moscow. He is exposed in the most prestigious galleries of Moscow (State Russian Museum, State Tretjakov Gallery, Moscow Contemporary Art Museum, State Contemporary Art Centre, Moscow).

Gosha Ostretsov was born in 1967 in Moscow. He graduated from the Art and Theatre School of the Bolshoï Theatre. Artist of international fame, he was displayed from New York to Moscow as well as in London, Paris and Venice. He joins the lineage of the non conformist artists with a style inspired by comics.

Lavreti Bruni was born in 1961 in Moscow. He studied at the Surikov Institute and founded the Moscow Drawing Club. He was displayed more than thirty times around the world and after having been dedicated only to floral art, he has now turned to feminine nude. His paintings being very lyric, he was surnamed the « King of the Russian nude ».

Nikita Alekseev was born in Moscow in 1953. He has been dedicated during a long period of time to the unification of all the artists that were not recognized by the Soviet Union. He was one of the founders, in 1975, of the « Collective Action Group ». His works are in the collections of the Tretiakov Gallery, at the Museum of Modern Art, as well as in several private collections in Russia and in the United States. Alekseev has now distanced himself of conceptualism and is progressively turning towards more simplicity.

 

Larissa Zvezdotchetova was born in 1958 in Odessa, USSR. She was part of the biggest exhibitions worldwide and her paintings are now in the collections of the State Tretiakov Gallery in Moscow as well as in the Modern Art Museum of Paris.


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