THE TSUKANOV ART COLLECTION

 
 

ART OF ENGLANG
01/12/2013Russian Art for the Masses.

MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITIONS.
01/11/2013Breaking the Ice: Moscow Art 1960-80s.

RAMBULATION
01/06/2013Russian Thought-Provoking Art in Saatchi Gallery. Tsukanov and The Socialist Worker rant. Communism and Present-Day Russia. Sots Art. Controversial Religious Paintings.

INDIGOMEMOIRS
01/05/2013Shock the System.

SYMPTOMATIC ARTS
01/05/2013Private View: Symptomatic Arts

HUFFINGTON POST
01/03/2013 "Russian Art: Center Stage in London -- At Saatchi and the Auction Houses".

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
12/20/2012A Rare Look at Hong Kong Art.

ONE STOP ARTS
12/17/2012Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union and Breaking the Ice: Moscow Art, 1960s-80s at Saatchi Gallery.

LA REPUBBLICA
12/15/2012"Il Volto Del Potere".

INSIDE LDN
12/15/2012Russian Art at the Saatchi Gallery.

FIGARO MAGAZINE
12/14/2012Breaking the Ice: Moscow Art, 1960-80s.

RUSSIA NOW
12/05/2012Russian Art Week in London: exhibitions.

ART FOR THE POP OF IT
12/04/2012Russian underground art comes to London.

ARTINFO
12/04/2012Exhibition "Breaking the Ice: Moscow Art 1960-80s".

SNOB
12/03/2012The "Snob" members visited the London Saatchi Gallery at the opening of two major exhibitions of Russian art: ęBreaking the IceĽ, dedicated to the Moscow nonconformism art from 1960-1980s, and ęGaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet UnionĽ, presenting contemporary Russian artists from the Saatchi collection.

RUSSIA BEYOND THE HEADLINES
12/01/2012Russian underground art comes to London.

THE INDEPENDENT
12/01/2012Exhibitions of the week: Gaiety Is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union: New Art from Russia + Breaking the Ice: Moscow Art, Saatchi Gallery, London SW3.

KOMMERSANT WEEKEND
11/30/2012"All that love of power and society, does not stand the test of time" Andrei Erofeev speaks on his exhibition in London.

KOMMERSANT
11/29/2012Iron Curtain's Reflex.

CAWGELL DOUGLAS
11/29/2012From the Gavel to the Gallery: Russian Art in London.
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