Kandinsky's retrospective to be represented in Europe

V. Kandinsky. In black square. 1923. Oil on canvas. Guggenheim Museum, New York

On October 25, the Lenbachhaus Munich gallery launched the large international retrospective show of works by Vasily Kandinsky (1866−1944). He influenced the development of art of the 20th century a lot. In April the exhibition will move to the Pompidou Parisian Centre, and in September, 2009 it will be opened in the New York Guggenheim Museum.

The exposition featured the works from collections of three museums which have the largest for today collection of works by Kandinsky. Public will have an opportunity to see 95 pictures by the artist made in 1907 – 1942 which represent all the main periods of his work.


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Detective story with «Bunches of Flowers»

P. Konchalovsky. (?) Bunch of Flowers. Oil on carton. 70.0 x 100.0. Estimate €100,000–120,000. The lot was put off from sale

A Paris Auction House Aguttes together with Cabinet d’Expertise Dan Coissard held sales specialised in the works of impressionists, post-impressionists, art-nouveau and abstract paintings on June 26. As it was announced by Russian Antique information agency, the event took place in the Drouot Hotel in Paris.

Continuing the Russian Week on the threshold of special Russian Sales of the famous French Auction House Tajan, Russian paintings of the XIX and XX centuries were presented by special auction section.