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Artists

Alexandra Exter

1882-1949

Mikhail Larionov

1881-1964

Natalia Gontcharova

1881-1962

Vladimir Tatline

1885-1953

Olga Rozanova

1886-1918

Alexandre Rodtchenko

1891-1956

Lioubov Popova

1889-1924

Alexandra Exter

1882-1949

Natalia Gontcharova

1881-1962

Ilia Tchachnik

1902-1929

Vladimir Tatline

1885-1953

Olga Rozanova

1886-1918

Alexandre Rodtchenko

1891-1956

Jean Pougny

1894-1956

Lioubov Popova

1889-1924

Nadiejda Oudaltsova

1886-1961

El Lissitzky

1890-1941

Gustav Klucis

1895-1938

Ivan Klioune

1873-1943

Robert Falk

1886-1958

Georges Annenkov

1889-1974

ANDRÉ LANSKOY

1902-1976

MAXIM KANTOR

1957-now

MICHEL COMTE

1954-now

ERAN SHAKINE

1962

DANIEL ORSON YBARRA

1957-now

Born in Uruguay, Daniel Orson Ybarra became interested in Art from the age of 12 through a correspondence in the form of drawings from Mexico City.


At the age of 18, he embarked on an 8-year adventure, which brought him to South and North America, Europe, Scandinavia, North Africa, and the Gulf countries.
In 1984, Daniel Orson Ybarra moved to Geneva where he spent most of his time, with Barcelona, a city in which he collaborated with architects with projects on space and a relationship with air and lightness.

Daniel Orson Ybarra’s work was presented with individual exhibitions as well as private collections. Including the Atarazanas Museum (Spain) & the R.R. collection (Spain).

 

Nancy Vuylsteke de Laps

1967-now

Nancy Vuylsteke de Laps was born on the 19th of April in 1967, in Anvers, Belgium. She started her education by studying classical sculpture at the Bruges Fine-Arts Academy.

Her real education took place in Paris where she was lucky enough to be an apprentice of Noorzadé Brener (whose whereabouts are currently unknown ) and she was a former student of Ossip Zadkine who had his own studio near Montparnasse.

Under Nuzarde Brener’s leadership Nancy had learned to express the mystery of human body, although she studied it only “visually”.

For this artist sculpture was a body and life lesson, transmission of the forms in their true state.

Catherine Zoubtchenko

1937- now

The art of Catherine Zoubtchenko, through Abstraction, offers us a universe, landscapes, geographies, where reign – she tells us “balance and harmony”.


Thanks to the vocabulary of pure colors and lines of Abstraction, it is indeed possible to reach the universal. 

Unlike his master Lanskoy, Zoubchenko did not confine himself to what Mondrian polemically called “pathetic lyricism” as an expression of struggle and combat, sometimes of tragedy, as “a reflection of the unconscious desire to free oneself from the oppression of imbalance.

 

VINCENT LEMAITRE 

1969-now

Vincent Lemaitre is a French abstract painter. He is a promising artist with great potential.

Vincent Lemaitre’s paintings are life-like and live for themselves. They are raw and impressive as they get right to the point. Between modernity and tradition, they call out to the spectator who is immersed in an abstract and a blurry universe.

Vincent Lemaitre has been developing his practice for 15 years, his works are original and innovative. They are composed of glued, torn or lacerated paper on canvas.

Through this combination of collage with abstract painting, Lemaitre is able to display unique work, created with repeated patterns and the same background.

“I seek a primitive painting, incantatory, before or after civilization, a face to face with a human stripped of everything, something raw and direct that liberates other worlds and refers to its own essence.

It is a long-term approach. Over the past fifteen years I have been experimenting with the plastic effects of glued paper and then ripped, scraped, washed out, more generally, altered paper.

With the support of painting, I developed this unique technique of painting / collage proper to my approach, in which I experience simple concepts related to sign, rhythm, repetition and color.”

Igor Novikov

1961-now

Igor Alekseevich Novikov, a Russian artist, was born on the 2nd January 1961 in Ceadir-Lunga, Moldova, in the family of the artist Novikov Alexey Ivanovich who is a member of the USSR Union of Artists, and an academician of the Academy of Arts of Russia. Igor Novikov belongs to the generation of Moscow’s non-conformist artists, whose creative development was in the era of the collapse of the Soviet Union.

In 1967 Igor Alekseevich Novikov went to the school of drawing in the House of Pioneers in the city of Chisinau. In 1970 he entered the Art School I. Repin Chisinau, and in 1980 graduated from it. A year later he entered the Moscow Academy of Arts, where he studied in the workshops of Yu. Korolev and T. Salakhov. In 1987 he graduated and received the state diploma of the artist-painter, in the same year he joined the Union of Artists of the USSR, and together with the artist S. Mironenko, he organized the association of young avant-garde artists “Furmanny Lane” in Moscow, which became part of the movement of Soviet non-conformism until its closure in 1991.

 

As a student from 1981, Igor had the opportunity to exhibit his work at various exhibition venues in Moscow, as well as abroad. In 1984 he created an art group and art center “ARX”. As part of the group he participated in his first exhibition in a communal apartment at Chistye Prudy. The first members of the group were Alexey Novikov, Andrei Kazakov, Yuri Andropov and Mikhail Lyubomudrov. In 1984, the Warsaw avant-garde club “Remont”, as part of a creative exchange under the program of the International Cultural Festival of the USSR and Warsaw, held the first exhibition of the Soviet artist Novikov in Poland. In 1986, a trip to India took place as part of a creative exchange on the program of the International Cultural Festival of the USSR and India. In 1988, a personal exhibition was held in the exhibition hall of the Hermitage Garden in Moscow. In 1988, Igor attended a lecture course at the Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, and additionally held the Red and White exhibition at the Havenmuseum with the publication of a catalog. In May 1988, the opening of the personal apartment exhibition “Hyperborea” took place in the workshops on Furmanny Lane. In 1989, a large exhibition of non-conformism “Furmanniy Lane” was organized in Old Norbin’s Manufacture Warsaw with the publication of the catalog. In 1990, a large exhibition of non-conformism “Furmanniy Lane” in the Museum of Martigny, in Switzerland, with the publication of a catalog was organised. In the same year, in the State Art Gallery of the Moscow Foundation for Culture M. Gorbachev, there was an exhibition entitled Horizons, Mount Meru with his father with famous artist Novikov Alex Ivanovich, as well as an exhibition at the international art fair Herbst in Frankfurt, Germany and the exhibition “Soviet Art of Glasnost “in the gallery” Du Cygne “in Geneva, Switzerland. Numerous catalogs have been published.

 

 

Ulie Schwab

1950-now

Ulie Schwab is an abstract Swiss painter of German origin. After passing her senior high-school exams in a language school, she moved to the Lake Geneva region in the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Here she studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and later worked in this field. 

From a young age, she dedicated herself to various creative arts such as painting, sculpture, ceramics, Ikebana, dance and music. Among other institutions, she studied at the Ecole ABC de Paris and also under the tuition of the artist Pierre Beck.

 She opened her studio in Bursins in 2009. Since then, she has devoted herself entirely to painting, working as a freelance artist. Her style, her technique and blend of colors are very personal. The creation of reliefs, various color layers and the inclusion of minerals confer to her paintings a special light and reflection. Her favorite themes evolve around the energies of the universe, the energies of mankind and the energies of nature. 

The practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as her passion for Asian culture have strongly influenced her artistic approach. Her paintings exhale at the same time a certain serenity and a positive energy which invite the viewer to slide into a state of well-being and to move at ease in his own free spaces. 

 

Salvador Dali

1904-1989

Salvador Dalí is among the most versatile and prolific artists of the 20th century and the most famous Surrealist. Though chiefly remembered for his painterly output, in the course of his long career he successfully turned to sculpture, printmaking, fashion, advertising, writing, and, perhaps most famously, filmmaking in his collaborations with Luis Buñuel and Alfred Hitchcock.

Dalí was renowned for his flamboyant personality and role of mischievous provocateur as much as for his undeniable technical virtuosity. In his early use of organic morphology, his work bears the stamp of fellow Spaniards Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró. His paintings also evince a fascination for Classical and Renaissance art, clearly visible through his hyper-realistic style and religious symbolism of his later work.

Alexandra Exter
Alexandra Exter

1882-1949

Mikhail Larionov
Mikhail Larionov

1881-1964

Vladimir Tatline
Vladimir Tatline

1885-1953

Olga Rozanova
Olga Rozanova

1886-1918

Lioubov Popova
Lioubov Popova

1889-1924

Alexandra Exter
Alexandra Exter

1882-1949

Ilia Tchachnik
Ilia Tchachnik

1902-1929

Vladimir Tatline
Vladimir Tatline

1885-1953

Olga Rozanova
Olga Rozanova

1886-1918

Jean Pougny
Jean Pougny

1894-1956

Lioubov Popova
Lioubov Popova

1889-1924

El Lissitzky
El Lissitzky

1890-1941

Gustav Klucis
Gustav Klucis

1895-1938

Ivan Klioune
Ivan Klioune

1873-1943

Robert Falk
Robert Falk

1886-1958

Georges Annenkov
Georges Annenkov

1889-1974

ANDRÉ LANSKOY
ANDRÉ LANSKOY

1902-1976

MAXIM KANTOR
MAXIM KANTOR

1957-now

MICHEL COMTE
MICHEL COMTE

1954-now

Igor Novikov
Igor Novikov

1961-now

Ulie Schwab
Ulie Schwab

1950-now

Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali

1904-1989