'Reminding us of the essential link between humans and all creatures great and small', the Mayfair Magazine features our exhibition of Irina Starkova's work on show until the end of the month.
Don't forget to come visit Erarta Galleries London to see our incredible exhibition by Irina Starkova titled: Still Lives.
The exhibition will run until 31 May 2016.
Click the link below to view our exhibition catalogue and don't forget to follow this extraordinary artist on Facebook and Instagram.
Irina Starkova - Aviary, 150x150cm, Oil on canvas - This painting will be featured during the Irina Starkova, Still Lives exhibition from 22 April - 31 May 2016.
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Erarta Galleries London are pleased to announce the introduction of an exciting young artist, Irina Starkova to our exhibition program. Her upcoming exhibition titled: Still Lives will take place from 22 April - 31 May 2016.
Born in Moscow, 1987, Irina currently resides between London and Monaco. From an early age, Irina became interested in photography and the art of processing and developing film. Her oil on canvas work is largely figurative, with inspiration from Chuck Close and Lucian Freud. Her more recent series’ have taken on a more Pop-Art edge, largely inspired by her friend Grayson Perry, which has seen her experiment with spray painting techniques.
For the Still Lives exhibition at Erarta Galleries London, she has created a series of detailed oil paintings which fuse her love of portrait painting and nature, as well as allowing her to expand into a new area of art, creating a selection of limited edition giclée prints especially for the exhibition.
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To celebrate the first days of spring, come down to Erarta Galleries London to see our latest exhibition of works by Dina Bogusonova! 🌷💐
04.03 - 16.04
Russian Art and Culture explains a little more about our upcoming show of Dina Bogusonova's work, 'The Light'.
A sneak peek at a piece from our upcoming exhibition 'The Light' by Dina Bogusonova, opening 04 March.
Beautiful blossom paintings with explosions of colour!
D. Bogusonova, Morning, Oil on canvas, 120x160cm.
Have a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year from the team at Erarta Galleries London!
Erarta Galleries London is proud to be hosting invited guests of the Russian Ball in London ahead of tomorrow's big event!
Our exhibition of Sergey Shutov will run throughout Russian Art Week till 19 December.
A little sneak peak at what's in store for those who are attending our exhibition preview this evening...
Our upcoming show 'Russian Landscape' is the first retrospective of famed non-conformist Sergey Shutov's work in the UK!
The exhibition featuring works from some of his most iconic series' will be available to view from 13 November to 19 December 2015.
Pop-art icon of our generation, Romero Britto has opened his first ever exhibition in Russia at the Erarta Museum in St. Petersburg!
'Romero Britto: The Formula of Success' will run until 13 December at the museum, and works of art by the artist are available to purchase through Erarta Galleries St. Petersburg.
The Kompass' Olga Chiruk has covered our new exhibition of Valery Barykin's tongue-in-cheek prints on show in the gallery throughout the summer.
Read it here: http://thekompass.rbth.co.uk/event/sex-and-propaganda-new-pin-exhibition-erarta-1150
The collection of Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art in St. Petersburg, Russia, is now digitally available to view via the Google Cultural Institute's Art Project!
Millions of people worldwide will now be able to expand their horizons towards Russian contemporary art via a 3D virtual tour of the museum.
Stop by the gallery today at 4pm for a talk on 'Contemporary Art in Russia' by our Gallery Manager, Matthew Burgess. Part of Brown's London Art Weekend in Mayfair.
The children in Year 2 at Sheringdale Primary School in Southfields, London have prepared some answers to one of the poems that accompany Leonid Tishkov's photographic works.
"The moon is a bundle of light on a sleigh.
The sky worries, when will she return?
Where have they taken her?"
Chloe thinks they may have taken her to a factory to be made into jewellery!
Maxim Boxer's Auction today at 6pm.
For our Russian Art Week opening we would like to take the opportunity to say a Special thanks to Snow Queen Vodka for the wonderful bar and entertainment, delicious catering by Baltic Restaurant and beautiful floral decor by The Flower Fashion, all of which our guests liked and enjoyed. More sneak previews of our night yet to come...
If you have not yet seen what we have in show, then please do join us for Maxim Boxer's live auction tomorrow (2nd June) at 6pm.
Leonid Tishkov, Private Moon exhibition can now be viewed, as well as an opportunity to meet the artist by 2nd June.
Special thanks to The Flower Fashion, for their wonderful floral decor for the special opening of Russian Art Week 2015.
Today at 3PM we invite you to join the talk by the celebrated Russian artist Leonid Tishkov for Maxim Boxer's Cartoon-Like exhibition and auction.
To celebrate Russian Art Week, world-renowned, Russian artist Leonid Tishkov brings his ‘Private Moon’ to London for the first time since 2013. Tishkov also participates as curator of Maxim Boxer’s exhibition and auction on our lower ground floor.
With Maxim Boxer’s exhibition and auction, It will examine the tradition of “cartoon-like art” in Russia, tracing the evolution of its visual language and distinctive humour from the lubok imagery of the 18th century towards the contemporary pictorial art, comics, and animation.
We are pleased to present Leading Culture Destinations as one of our partners for Russian Art Week.
Snow Queen Vodka will sponsor our exclusive Russian Art and Culture (Russian Art Week) opening party. This beautiful martini called ‘Lunar Love’ is especially designed around the theme of Leonid Tishkov's ‘Private Moon’, containing organic vodka with ginger, cloudy apple and lemon.
Preparations for our Russian Art Week show featuring Leonid Tishkov's 'Private Moon' is well underway!
Open to the public from this Saturday, 30th May.
Erarta Galleries London is excited to announce our partnership with Snow Queen Vodka for the opening of Russian Art Week.
Organised by Russian Art and Culture this cultural and artistic week starts from next weekend 30th May. More updates on exciting events to follow next week.
To celebrate Chelsea Flower Show, please do check out our beautiful floral art installation by The Flower Fashion , (8 Berkeley Street) exclusively until 23 May.
We had so much fun "In the Animal World” hosted by Urban Events, special thanks to Margarita Bagrova for curating the Children's Art event around our current exhibition Exposed by Katya Krasnaya. If you have not yet seen the show please do so before 23rd May.
Lunar Love at Erarta - by Mayfair Times. You can now collect their special edition of Russian Art Week magazine here in the gallery.
Special thanks to IFAW our partner for hosting their Major Donor Reception yesterday.
Wildlife Extra News by Powell Ettinger
The Russo-British Chamber of Commerce (RBCC) promotes, facilitates and supports business between Russia and the UK.
Members of RBCC enjoyed an exclusive evening view of Exposed by Katya Krasnaya
Does art just reflect, or can it help to save our wildlife?
by Philip Mansbridge, Regional Director of IFAW - International Fund for Animal Welfare.
We are very pleased to have the limited edition diptyque 'Rosafolia' candle for the current opening of Exposed by Katya Krasnaya, The scent of rose and ivy complimented the characteristics of the artists flair and exhibition.
Generously supported by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, Exposed by Katya Krasnaya aims to bring particular focus to the ever-narrowing gap between rural and urban landscapes and habitats. The exhibition can be viewed as a contemporary reaction to conservation in a constantly developing world.
Erarta Galleries is dedicated to promoting contemporary Russian art, representing more than 150 artists from over 20 regions of Russia.
The Erarta project is dedicated to promoting contemporary Russian art both domestically and on the international stage. The project is the biggest global one of its kind and consists of four principal parts:
-Erarta Museum in Saint Petersburg, the largest private museum of contemporary art in Russia with over 2300 works by more than 170 artists from over 20 regions of Russia in its collection. The museum is also one of Russia's top attractions.
-The international group of Erarta Galleries, established in New York, London, Zurich, St Petersburg and opening in Hong Kong in Autumn 2013, offer clients the opportunity to buy contemporary art. The galleries aim to introduce contemporary Russian artists to the global art market as well as to discover and support emerging new talents. Clients can buy original paintings, sculptures and other art forms, with proceeds of sales in the commercial galleries enabling Erarta to financially support living artists.
-Erarta Design offers interior design solutions involving contemporary Russian art to corporate clients and in exceptional cases, private individuals. Erarta can create custom solutions involving original works of art and/or print, giclee or wall-art reproductions manufactured by Erarta Workshop for offices, hotels and restaurants as well as private residences and public places.
-Special programmes created by Erarta which are aimed at popularising contemporary art and often involve participants in the creative process. These include annual events like "Showcase yourself at Erarta" celebrations of public creativity, the "Cross-Art" festival and the "E-Motion Pictures" festival of short films about painting.
Erarta does not aim to extract profits - rather, any profit acquired is reinvested back into the project and goes towards supporting and promoting contemporary Russian art. A non-profit organisation, Erarta Fund, headquartered in Saint Petersburg, has been especially established for these purposes. The fund also deals with and develops sponsorship and partnership programmes.
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