Forthcoming Publication on the First Russian Art Exhibition of 1922

Forthcoming Publication on the First Russian Art Exhibition of 1922

The Russian Art & Culture Group would like to draw your attention to the forthcoming publication 100 Years On: Revisiting the First Russian Art Exhibition of 1922.

The editors and active members of the Russian Art & Culture Group, professor Isabel Wünsche and Miriam Leimer, compiled an interesting volume emphasizing on the Berlin First Russian Art Exhibition of 1922. Participants of last years International Conference in Berlin and other experts in the field provided intriguing material and insights.

We are looking forward to this book and already agree with the description of the publishing house Böhlau that “the combination of longer, thematic essays and short features, along with reproductions of newly identified works and a selection of unpublished archival materials make this book valuable to both a scholarly and a general readership.”

Of course, we will inform you once the volume is published in late 2022!

Congratulations, Dr. Borkhardt!

Congratulations, Dr. Borkhardt!

The Russian Art & Culture Group would like to congratulate Sebastian Borkhardt for the publication of his PhD thesis on Wassily Kandinsky!

In „Der Russe Kandinsky“. Zur Bedeutung der russischen Herkunft Vasilij Kandinskijs für seine Rezeption in Deutschland, 1912-1945 [“The Russian Kandinsky”: On the Significance of Vasilii Kandinskii’s Russian Origin for His Reception in Germany, 1912-1945.] Sebastian discusses how Kandinsky’s work was perceived and discussed in Germany during the artist’s stay there.

We are delighted that this well-researched work is now available for the German reader and thankful for this enrichment of the scholarship on Russian art in Germany.

So, Congratulations! once again and the best of luck for your future projects, Dr. Sebastian Borkhardt!

Congratulations, Dr. Malycheva!

Congratulations, Dr. Malycheva!

The Russian Art & Culture Group would like to congratulate Tanja Malycheva for the publication of her PhD thesis on Valentin Serov!

In Valentin Serov: Bildfindungsprozesse des russischen Künstlers im gesamteuropäischen Kontext [Valentin Serov: Image Genesis Processes of the Russian Artist in a Pan-European Context] Tanja discusses Serov’s voyages and their inspirational character.

We are delighted that her well-researched work is now available for the German reader and thankful for this enrichment of the scholarship on Russian art in Germany.

Her publication is generously supported by the Kroll Family Trust

So, Congratulations! once again and the best of luck for your future projects, Dr. Tanja Malycheva!