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Highlights from the Irina Stolyarova Collection are featured in a specially-designed cloth-bound hardcover published in an oversized yet very elegant format, discreetly apparently a contemporary indirect inspiration from Kazimir Malevich’s “Red Square” (an artwork coincidentally celebrating its centennial, like its more famous cousin work “Black Square,” both having been created by the legendary Avant-garde visionary artist in 1915). Many important Russian-born painters, including but not limited to those associated with the Nonconformist movements to even the École de Paris [School of Paris], are represented with some formidable pieces from each of their respective careers. The far-reaching scope of artists whose works are in seen here is impressive: the collection boasts works by André Lanskoy (1902-1976) to Vladimir Yankilevsky (b. 1938). One of the many giants of this particular art genre, whose works are included in the Irina Stolyarova collection, is an exceptionally representative piece by Viktor Pivovarov (b. 1937) – whose 2001 part-memoir, part-artist’s project ‘Agent in Love’ has been recently re-released in an updated, reportedly heavily-revised edition – is “Blue Composition” . Pivovarov is currently being celebrated through June 18, 2016 in the exhibition “Pivovarov: The Snail’s Trail” at one of Moscow’s top privately-funded art centers, The GARAGE Museum of Contemporary Art as well as in “Pivovarov’s Lost Keys” at The State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts through May 15, 2016.
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