Category: In New York

Apr 12 2011

Valentin Gromov Exhibition

Frants Gallery Space, St. Petersburg Arts Project
cordially invite you to attend Self-Portrait in Time, an exhibition by
-VALENTIN GROMOV-


When: Friday, April 22nd 6:30pm -10:00pm
Where: 81 Wooster St. Suite 4WM
RSVP: rsvp@frantsgallery.com

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Mar 18 2011

The Celebration of 100th Birthday of Clara Rockmore


The Celebration of 100th Birthday of Clara Rockmore – world’s greatest theremin virtuosa. Historical pictures of Clara, video demonstrations. Discussion: “Rockmore’s playing technique. Traditions, present, perspectives” with: Clara Rockmore Foundation, Members of Clara’s family, Albert Glinsky – author of “Theremin, Ether Music and Espionage”, Olivia Mattis – the organizer of the First International Theremin Festival, Dorit Chrysler (NY), Lydia Kavina – LIVE ON LINE from Oxford, UK. Special guests from St. Petersburg (Bob Kitlyar and Sergey Teterin) and NY Theremin Society. Meet people and share memories, enjoy the music of Clara Rockmore.

Friday, March 18, 2011, 6:30 pm
at FRANTS GALLERY SPACE
New York City
RSVP rsvp@frantsgallery.com, tel. 212 343 0104

Links:
Frants Gallery space http://www.frantsgallery.com
The Nadia Reisenberg & Clara Rockmore Foundation http://www.nadiareisenberg-clararockmore.org
Lydia Kavina http://lydiakavina.com
Dorit Chrysler http://www.doritchrysler.com
Albert Glinsky http://www.albertglinsky.com

Mar 01 2011

A Persistence of Memory

ARE PROUD TO PRESENT:

A Persistence of Memory

Exhibition of Works by: Alexandra Dementieva and mikhael a crest sator ArXeNeKrOHeN, with a Performance by Daria Pravda

We warmly invite you to attend the opening reception this Wednesday,
the 2nd of March
6:30pm – 10:00 With a performance at 9:00PM
81 Wooster St. Suite 4wm, New York, NY
rsvp[at]frantsgallery.com

A Persistence of Memory

Exhibition of Works by Alexandra Dementieva and mikhael a crest sator ArXeNeKrOHeN with a Performance by Daria Pravda
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Feb 08 2011

Reception of The Sterligov Exhibition

St. Petersburg Arts Project warmly invites you to attend the Reception of The Sterligov Exhibition.


Friday, February 18th  6:30pm-10pm
81 Wooster St, 4th floor, New York, NY 10012
Tel: +1 212 3430104
www.frantsgallery.com
info@frantsgallery.com
Visit by appointment

Many art historians and critics characterize artists of Sterligov’s school as “direct heirs of the Russian Avant-Garde”.  All the masters are pupils and followers of Vladimir STERLIGOV (1904-1973), a brilliant representative of the Russian Avant-Garde and a pupil of Kazimir Malevich.  In the early sixties and up until his death in 1973, a group of artists assembled around Sterligov and developed his creative principles.

Jan 18 2011

Artists of Sterligov’s Group

FRANTS GALLERY SPACE:  “Artists of Sterligov’s Group” at the gallery’s New York branch, as a part of events by Association of Galleries of Cutting-Edge Art.


January 22 – February 29, 2011.
81 Wooster St, 4th floor, New York, NY 10012
Tel: +1 212 3430104
www.frantsgallery.com
info@frantsgallery.com
Visit by appointment

Many art historians and critics characterize artists of Sterligov’s school as “direct heirs of the Russian Avant-Garde”.  All the masters are pupils and followers of Vladimir STERLIGOV (1904-1973), a brilliant representative of the Russian Avant-Garde and a pupil of Kazimir Malevich.  In the early sixties and up until his death in 1973, a group of artists assembled around Sterligov and developed his creative principles.

Dec 05 2010

Petr Belyi – ‘A Doomed Forest’

Petr Belyi
at Frants Gallery Space (NY)
A DOOMED FOREST

at Frants Gallery Space (New York )
7:00 -10:00 PM
Opening: Friday, December 10 – 2010
RSVP 212 343 0104
or send email to rsvp@frantsgallery.com

Probing the nature of loss is central to many of Peter Belyi’s works.
We see before us objects that have been taken out of their natural order with the help of effective manipulation – a cold, artificial light.  Time has left its mark upon them, such that their connection to the natural order, to the natural way of things, is evident.
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May 28 2010

St Petersburg Odditorium

St.Petersburg Arts Project  (NY) cordially invites you to attend the opening reception for the exhibition of works by Yuri Shtapakov, Marina Koldobskaya, Svetlana Scherbinina, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Nikolai Rechetnyak, Elena Gubanova, Ivan Govorkov, Evgenia  Konovalova, Ludmila Belova, ArXeNeKrOHeN and Cyland MediaLab

St Petersburg Odditorium

May 28th, 2010
6:00 -10:00 PM

FRANTS GALLERY SPACE (NY)
81 Wooster Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10012

Feb 17 2010

Vitaly Pushnitsky at Arco

Fear not, globalization has detoured the aorta of Arco; a fair that has long been heralded as one of the most premier international art events, and unlike most fairs today, is clearly known for it’s trusted diction towards exhibiting cultural boundaries,В  true to where we (artists) call home. This coming together, which is held in Madrid, Spain, on the 17th – 21st of February,2010, is a commitment of over 200 galleries and 1000 artists, from around the world, all spotlighting the importance of cultural and personal identity, it’s preservation, through contemporary art, and it’s circulation.

17th – 21st
of February, 2010

FRANTS GALLERY SPACE (NY)
81 Wooster Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10012

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Dec 11 2009

Alexander Dashevsky – “Containers”

St. Petersburg Arts Project (NY)
cordially invites you

to attend the opening reception
for the exhibition of works by
Alexander Dashevsky

“CONTAINERS”

December 11th, 2009
6:00 -10:00 PM

FRANTS GALLERY SPACE (NY)
81 Wooster Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10012

Sep 18 2009

Vladimir Kozin – “RUBBERS”

Vladimir Kozin
at Frants Gallery Space (NY)
RUBBERS, WIRE SUPREMATISM


at Frants Gallery Space (New York )
Opening: Friday, September 18 – 2009

Text from “Kommersant” on English and Russian. RTF 23kb

It seems like galoshes were called product в”number one” by the language of soviet official papers. They were dull and unpleasant, according to those days fashion, but now they became amusing and even stylish. In the same time it is a bit creepy thing, if you remember the unforgettable “Krasnyj Treugolnik” (“Red Triangle”) – a place of forced labour, called “chemistry”, where galoshes were produced. Rubber product “number two” was a condom ” an amusing, indecent and even secret, but very unpleasant thing, according to soviet way of thinking. Now it is banal, like a sugar candy. There are also enemas, pipettes, pacifiers, gas masks, police batons ” tools of salvation and suffering.

In short – rubber is not an ordinary material.