Russian art

At Beyeler Foundation: a Russian Art Revolution

By Malevich By Malevich By Tatline In December 1915, something major happened in Saint Petersburg, which was then called Petrograd—a small revolution that would disrupt the course of art history all the way through to the 21st century. People have tended to forget these events, simply because Russia soon became isolated within its authoritarianism, Communism […]

Dasha Zhukova’s New Museum in Moscow

New Museum By Julius Koller By Julius Koller By Julius Koller Eric Bulatov Rem Koolhaas and Dasha Zhukova On the boat Inside the New Museum A few years ago, Moscow’s Gorki Park, a highly significant space in 1960s Communist times, had fallen into deep neglect. But as the world turned, so did Gorki Park. Today, […]

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